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Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education


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Vol.54-1 April 2011
CONTENTS. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education,54(1).

Atsuko, TSURUTA; Yoko, ITO; Yoko, KATAOKA; Toshi, TAKANO; Rieko, MIYASHITA(2011). Factors enabling the Practice of Coeducational Home Economics and the Theory of Home Economics: Independent Curriculum in Nagano Prefecture in 1970s. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 54(1),p.11.

Yayoi, HIKAGE; Taeko, NARUMI(2011). Effects of Compulsory Courses for Boys and Girls on Knowledge of Dressmaking Terminology and Skills in High School Home Economics: Comparison of Survey Results before Compulsory Coeducational Home Economics Education and a Survey taken about 20 Years Later (2011). Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 54(1),p.22.

Rina, NISHIOKA; Kiyomi, KURAMOCHI(2011).Behavior of Junior High School Students in Early Childhood Education and Care Experience. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 54(1),p.30.

Masako, OKANO; Yoko, ITO; Kiyomi, KURAMOCHI; Toshiko, KANEDA(2011).Comparison between Effect of Experience in Early Childhood Education and Care in Home Economics Education and Internship Experience and Learning at a Childcare Facility. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 54(1),p.39.

Yukie, MORI; Akiko, OBOKATA; Atsuko, KUSANO(2011).Practice of Integration in Home Economics Education in Elementary and Junior High School in Nagano and Matsumoto City. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 54(1),p.48.

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Vol.54-2 July 2011
CONTENTS. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education,54(2).

Yoko, ITO; Atsuko, TSURUTA; Toshi, TAKANO; Yoko, KATAOKA; Rieko, MIYASHITA(2011). Life histories of teachers who struggled for the coeducational home economics: A Case of Nagano Prefecture in 1970s. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 54(2),p.84.

Miho, KAWAMURA(2011). A reappraisal of measurements used in cooking by Kozo Kondo in the early Showa era. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 54(2),p.95.

Mitsue, NONAKA(2011).To Enable Students to Solve Problems of Welfare for Themselves: The evolution of learner’s thinking during action- oriented learning strategies. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 54(2),p.107.

Yoko, TANAKA(2011).The Integrated Treatment of the Needlework and the Handcraft in Hand Sewing Subject of Elementary School. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 54(2),p.117.

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Vol.54-3 October 2011
CONTENTS. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education,54(3).

Akiko, UENO; Takae, YOSHIHARA; Hiroko, OGAWA; Masako, MURO(2011).University Students’ Life Skill Comparison in Japan and British Columbia, Canada. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 54(3),p.131-141.

Kyoko, HAMAJIMA(2011).New Home Economics Education in the “National Curriculum Guidelines Grades 1-9” in Taiwan (2003). Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 54(3),p.154.

Kazue, MOCHIZUKI; Kiyomi, KURAMOCHI; Kyoko, KANEKO; Michiko, SENO; Mutsuko, ABE(2011).Teachers’ Strategy on Home Economics Lesson of Linguistic Activity with Infants’ Dialogue Material: Focusing on the Classroom “Discourse”. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 54(3),p.164.

Kazuo, IRIE; Yasue, OKADA(2011).Influences of Realities of Junior High School and High School Students’ Home Life and Willingness to Learn Homemaking on their Expectation of Home Functions. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 54(3),p.174.

Mitsue, NONAKA; Noriko, ARAI; Hiroko, KAMATA; Yuko, KAMEI; Junko, KAWABE; Megumi, KAWAMURA; Mihoko, SAITO; Mitsue, SHINYAMA; Mayuko, SUZUKI; Yukiko, NAGASAWA; Yukio, NAKANISHI; Tomoko, WATAHIKI(2011). Situations and Problems of Home Economics Credits in Senior High Schools: Through Curriculum Investigation in 16 prefectures in Japan. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 54(3),p.184.

Yukiko, NAGASAWA; Noriko, ARAI; Hiroko, KAMATA; Yuko, KAMEI; Junko, KAWABE; Megumi, KAWAMURA; Mihoko, SAITO; Mitsue, SHINYAMA; Mayuko, SUZUKI; Yukio, NAKANISHI; Mitsue, NONAKA; Tomoko, WATAHIKI(2011). Conditions regarding the Number of Required Credits and Teacher Placement in Home Economics in Senior High School: Through Analyses of 2009 Survey of Home Economics Teacher Supervisors in all Prefectural Boards of Education in Japan. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 54(3),p.194.

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Vol.54-4 February 2012
CONTENTS. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education,54(4).

Kaoru, HORIUCHI(2012). The Educational Purpose of Home Economics Education Incorporating Gender Perspectives: Towards the Actualization of a Gender-Equal Society. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 54(4),p.225.

Mitsue, NONAKA; Noriko, ARAI; Hiroko, KAMATA; Yuko, KAMEI; Junko, KAWABE; Megumi, KAWAMURA; Mihoko, SAITO; Mitsue, SHINYAMA; Mayuko, SUZUKI; Yukiko, NAGASAWA; Yukio, NAKANISHI; Tomoko, WATAHIKI(2012). Situations and Problems of Home Economics Credits in Senior High Schools: Through Home Economics Teachers Investigation of 21 prefectures in Japan. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 54(4),p.235.

Tomoko, FUJITA(2012). Factors Affecting Adolescents’ Eating Habits: From the Viewpoints of Body Image, Commonsense Knowledge and School Knowledge. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 54(4),p.247.

Hiroko, KAWABATA; Taeko, NARUMI(2012). The Effects and Methods of Teaching Sashiko Stitching. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 54(4),p.257.

Sachiko, AOKI; Tomoe, MUNETA(2012). The Effect of Educational Cards ‘Karuta’ on the Views of Gender: A Case of Junior High School girls. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 54(4),p.266.