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Vol.52-1 April 2009
CONTENTS. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education,52(1).

Fumitoshi, KAWAHARA; Miyuki, OKADA(2009).Fostering Communication Skills of Elementary School Students in Home Economics Education (1): A Lesson Plan. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education,52(1),p.10.

Akiko, IJU; Reiko, ASAI(2009).Junior High School Students and Studies Concerning the Elderly: Focusing on Studying Experiences, and Levels of Concern and Support for the Elderly. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education,52(1),p.17.

Miyuki, OKADA(2009). Paternal Roles in a Gender-Equal Society: Analysis of Home Economics Textbooks. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education,52(1),p.34.

Tomoko, YOSHINAGA; Katsuyo, KUBO(2009). The Effects of Taste Comparison of Local and Imported Vegetables on the Teacher Training Students’ Views on the Fool Ingredients. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education,52(1),p.42.

Junko, UDAKA(2009). Edible Portion Weight and Rough Guide for Food Group Intake Estimated by Food Volume in Dishes. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education,52(1),p.51.

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Vol.52-2 July 2009
CONTENTS. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education,52(2)

Kazue, MOCHIZUKI(2009)
. Teachers’ Positionality and Citizenship Education in Home Economics Classroom: A Discourse Analysis on High School’s Family class. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education,52(2),p.101.

Keiko, FUKUDA(2009). Issues and Learning Strategies for Nurturing Citizenship in The Home Economics Education : Analyses of the perceived ability of the subjects. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education,52(2),p.110.

Miyuki, OKADA; Fumitoshi, KAWAHARA(2009). Fostering Communication Skills of Elementary School Students in Home Economics Education (2): Evaluation of the Lesson Plan. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education,52(2),p.118.

Yoko, TANAKA(2009). Propulsion of Recycling clothes Clothing and Awareness of Needlework Teachers during the 15-year war between 1931 and 1945. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education,52(2),p.129.

Yoko, SUZUKI; Tomoko, NAGATA; Junko, AKAMATSU; Noriko, SAKAKIBARA; Masako, NAKAI; Fumiko, NODA; Yuki, YANO(2009). Attitudes of High School Home Economics Education Teachers concerning the Subjects required order the Enforcement Ordinance of the Educational Personnel Certification Law. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education,52(2),p.135.

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Vol.52-3 October 2009
CONTENTS. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education,52(3).

Kumi, KOBAYASHI; Yoshiko, NAGAYAMA; Yukio, NAKANISHI; Akiko, SUZUKI; Masako, YANAGI; Yoko, ZAITSU; Mayumi, AKASAKI; Miwa, MATSUZONO(2009). Comments from Leaders of Home Economics Teachers on the Research Report, “Decision-Making of Students about Home and Family Life” (part 1): The Analysis of Comments of the Interview Survey. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education,52(3),p.165.

Masako, YANAGI; Yoko, ZAITSU; Mayumi, AKASAKI; Miwa, MATSUZONO; Kumi, KOBAYASHI; Yoshiko, NAGAYAMA; Yukio, NAKANISHI; Akiko, SUZUKI(2009). Comments from Leaders of Home Economics Teachers on the Research Report, “Decision-Making of Students about Home and Family Life” (part 2): The Analysis of Comments of “Contact Detonation”. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education,52(3),p.173.

Tamaki, MITSUNO; Hiroko, OGUCHI(2009). Effects of instruction timing on the basic sewing skills and products: From the subjective evaluation of the fifth graders and objective evaluation. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education,52(3),p.183.

Yoko, TANAKA(2009). Discussion on the clothing during the fifteen-year war of 1931-1945: An analysis of the Journal, Hifuku. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education,52(3),p.194.

Noriko WATASE(2009). The Reformation of the Secondary School Home Economics Curriculum in British Columbia. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education,52(3),p.202.

Yoko, TANAKA(2009). The Clothing Control and the State of Supply during the wartime (1937-1945). Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 52(3),p.211.

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Vol.52-4 January 2010
CONTENTS. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education,52(4).

Kiyohiro, KONDO; Keiko, TAKIYAMA(2010). Consumer Education for Forming Value Recognition of the Elementary School Children (Part 1): Actual Conditions of Purchasing Behavior and Value Recognition about Confectioneries. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education,52(4),p.249.

Kiyohiro, KONDO; Keiko, TAKIYAMA(2010). Consumer Education for Forming Value Recognition of the Elementary School Children (Part 2): Presenting Teaching Method through a Simulation of Confectionery Product Development. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education,52(4),p.262.

Misako, KUWAHATA; Reiko, ASAI; Fukumi, IHA; Keiko, IMAMURA; Sanechika, KUNIYOSHI; Katsuyo, KUBO; Ayako, KURAMOTO; Chizuko, TATEYAMA; Yoshie, FUKUHARA; Mitsuko, MIYASE(2010). Home Economics Classes on “Living Issues” and “Living Culture” in Kyushu and Okinawa (Part Ⅲ): Considering Study Contents on “Living Issues” and “Recreation of Local Community”. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education,52(4),p.271.

Misako, KUWAHATA; Reiko, ASAI; Fukumi, IHA; Keiko, IMAMURA; Sanechika, KUNIYOSHI; Katsuyo, KUBO; Ayako, KURAMOTO; Chizuko, TATEYAMA; Yoshie, FUKUHARA; Mitsuko, MIYASE(2010). Home Economics Classes on “Living Issues” and “Living Culture” in Kyushu and Okinawa (Part Ⅳ): Proposals for Lesson Plans on “Living Culture,” “Living Issues” and “Recreation of Local Community”. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education,52(4),p.282.

Ikuyo, KAMANO; Yoko, ITO(2010). Educational Effectiveness of Experience in Early Childhood Education and Care through the Changes of Image for Children and Their Self-Efficacy. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education,52(4),p.290.