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Vol.55-1 May 2012
CONTENTS. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education,55(1).

Yukiko, SATO(2012). Approaches to and Future Tasks of Housework in Home Economics Education: Analysis of Textbooks for Senior High School Home Economics Education. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 55(1),p.12.

Akiko, UENO(2012). Teaching Cultural Diversity in Families: Learning from Canadian Secondary Education Curricula and Textbooks. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 55(1),p.13-23.

Ikuko, NAKADA; Keiko, KUBO(2012). Factors Affecting a Positive Attitude toward the Life Planning of High School Students and Examination of Teaching Methods for Life Planning. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 55(1),p.33.

Yoshikazu, TSUCHIYA; Kaoru, HORIUCHI(2012). High School Students’ Perspectives on Home Economics Education: A Comparison between Part-time and Full-time Students. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 55(1),p.42.

Michiko, TOMITA(2012). How High School Students Receive Gender Massages from Videos. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 55(1),p.52.

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Vol.55-2 August 2012
CONTENTS. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education,55(2).

Emiko, ISHIJIMA(2012). High School Students’ Attitude toward Social Participation and its Relationship with Home Economics Education. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 55(2),p.82.

Hiroko, OGAWA; Takae, YOSHIHARA; Akiko, UENO; Masako, MURO(2012). Challenges for Home Economics Education Clarified by a Survey on Adults’ “Life Skill”: A Comparison between the Cohort which Studied under the 1977/1978 Course of Study and that which Studied under or before the 1969/1970 Course of Study. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 55(2),p.94.

Takako, HAYAMI; Hiroko, ISHIDA(2012).Teaching Practice of “Consumers’ Rights and Responsibilities” Aiming for Consumers’ Independence. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 55(2),p.102.

Shoko, IBUKA; Tomoko, NODA(2012).
Narrative Approach to Home Economics Education: Interactions of “Why” questions in a Lesson. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 55(2),p.111.

Fukumi, IHA(2012). Children’s Learning Process for Reconsidering the Meaning of their Daily Activity: A Case of Collaborative Classroom Learning Activities for Children. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 55(2),p.123.

Misako, KUWAHATA; Mitsuko, MIYASE(2012).
A Study of Home Economics Classes Regarding “Living Issues” and “Living Culture” of Local Communities in Kumamoto Prefecture. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 55(2),p.134.

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Vol.55-3 November 2012
CONTENTS. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education,55(3).

Yoshiteru, MUROSAKI(2012). Bringing up students who are resistant to disasters: Collaboration in education on disaster damage reduction. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 55(3),p.149.

Keiko, FUKUDA; Mari, GOTO(2012). Effectiveness of Home Project Employing Problem-solving with Practical Reasoning: Focusing on the use of learning strategies. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 55(3),p.161.

Shoko, IBUKA; Tomoko, NODA(2012). How to Learn from Dietary Life of Children: The Lesson on “Why Children Eat Alone”. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 55(3),p.171.

Sadako, TAKASAKI; Mieko, SAITO; Kimiko, KONO(2012). The Present Situation of Food Preparation and the Attitudes of Home Economics Teachers. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 55(3),p.182.

Yoko, SUZUKI(2012). Promotion of Food and Nutrition Education by “Cooking Bus” in U.K.. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 55(3),p.190.

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Vol.55-4 February 2013
CONTENTS. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education,55(4).

Yoko, ITO(2013). Pursuit of Home Economics educational research in a reciprocal relation with class practices. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 55(4),p.226.

Namine, TOBA; Keiko, KUBO(2013). Factors affecting elementary school students’ participation in housework and home economics education to promote such participation. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 55(4),p.236.

Momoko, KINRA; Sanechika, KUNIYOSHI(2013). Family Communication and Adoption of Life Skills. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 55(4),p.245.

Kaoru, TATEYAMA(2013). Experience in Early Childhood Education and Care that Promotes Interaction with Preschoolers through the Use of Picture Books. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 55(4),p.253.

Michiyo, KAWASHIMA; Ritsuko, IMAMURA; Nami, YAMAMOTO; Junko, AKAMATSU (2013). Analysis of Japanese Senior High School Home Economics Textbooks and A Course of Study: Focusing on Clothing Safety & Security in Everyday Life. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 55(4),p.263.