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Vol.57-1 May 2014
CONTENTS. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education,57(1).

Hiroko, OGAWA; Kiyoko, NAKAJIMA; Jin, ISHII; Masaru, TANAKA; Jyunkichi, SUGIURA; Masamitsu, OGAWA(2014). Suggestions and Proposals from Teaching Practice of Housing in Home Economics Education at Junior and Senior High School. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 57(1)p.13.

Takako, HAYAMI; Takamine, KUROMITSU(2014). The Issues of University Students’ Acquisition of Knowledge and Skill in Cooking and Clothing Production in Home Economics. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 57(1)p.21.

Keiji, NISHITANI; Akiko, NOBUKIYO; Sono, SATO(2014). Current State and Problems of Food Education in Elementary School: From the Viewpoints of Roles and Problems in “Home Economics” as a Subject. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 57(1)p.33.

Masako, YANAGI; Noriko, NAKAYA; Katsuko, MAKINO; Takae, YOSHIHARA; Junko, TAINOSHOU(2014). Home Economics Professors’ Views about Advice and Comments at Open Home Economics Classes of University-Affiliated School. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 57(1)p.45.

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Vol.57-2 August 2014
CONTENTS. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education,57(2).

Karin, Hjälmeskog(2014). A Think Piece: Consumer Education for a Sustainable Society, Swedish Home and Consumer Studies as an Example. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 57(2)p.77-84.

Masako, SATO; Katsue, ISHII(2014). An Examination of Cooking Study of the French “Sense of Taste Education” Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 57(2)p.93.

Miho, KAWAMURA; Rie, YOSHIKAWA(2104).Cooking Classes in Elementary School and Their Efforts: With a Focus on Acquiring Knife Skills. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 57(2)p.102.

Kyoko, ONO; Midori, OTAKE(2014). Lesson Development for Education for Sustainable Development in Elementary School’s Home Economics. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 57(2)p.111.

Madoka, HIRASHIMA; Mitsuyo, HORI; Yuka, ISOBE; Hiroko, NAGANO(2014)
.Cooking Lessons in High Schools and Their Effects on the Cooking Knowledge and Skills of College and Vocational School Students. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 57(2)p.123.

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Vol.57-3 November 2014
CONTENTS. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education,57(3).

Ryohei, MATSUSHITA(2014). Redefinition of Home and the Turn of a Way of Life: Morality/ Ethics as Guides to Rethinking the Home Economics Education. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 57(3)p.151.

Noriko, ARAI; Keiko, TAKEUCHI; Toshiko, MATSUDA; Mayuko, SUZUKI; Tomoko, WATAHIKI(2014). Empowering Problem-Solving Literacy within Home Economics Teachers: The Development of a Teacher Training Lesson Program and its Evaluation in the framework of “The Teacher License Renewal Program”. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 57(3)p.163.

Hideyo, OYA; Midori, OTAKE; Haruko, AMANO(2014). Process of the Establishment of Home Economics Education in Boys’ Preparatory Schools: Using Interviews with Home Economics Education Teachers. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 57(3)p.173.

Sachiko, AOKI(2014). The Improvement of Teaching Abilities of Students in Teacher Training Course: Through Comparing Simulation Lessons and Practical Lessons. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 57(3)p.183.

Hyojung JUNG; Midori, OTAKE(2014). The Change of Co-education about Practical Arts and Home Economics according to the Revision of National Curriculum since World War Ⅱ in Korea. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 57(3)p.195.

Miwako, AMANO(2014). Experiences of Kindergarten and Nursery School Children through Interaction with Junior High School Students on ‘Experience Activity Days’. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 57(3)p.207.

Shoko, IBUKA; Mika, HATTORI(2014). Ability Development in Practical Classroom Performance of University Students: A Case Study of Food Selection Class in Home Economics Education. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 57(3)p.216.

Kaoru, TATEYAMA(2014). Experience of Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) in Home Economics as a Compulsory Subject at Boys’ High Schools. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 57(3)p.226.

Rie, IMOTO; Keiko, SEMBA(2014). Significance of Study about Food Production on a Farm in Fostering of Home Economics Teachers. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 57(3)p.237.

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Vol.57-4 February 2015
CONTENTS. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education,57(4).

Yukiko, SATO(2015). Tasks of Career Education in Senior High School Home Economics from a Gender-Equal Perspective. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 57(4)p.272.

Ayumu, KOBAYASHI; Keiko, ITO(2015). Structure of Difficulties in Home Economics: Learning Experiences of College Students. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 57(4)p.282.

Tokue, MISAWA; Chiyuri, NAGAYAMA; Noriko, MATSUDA; Izumi, ISHIYAMA(2015) Relationship between the Resilience and Family Communication of Junior High School Student. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 57(4)p.289

Yuki, YANO(2015). Changes and Problems of Food Safety Learning in Elementary School Home Economics: Analysis of Home Economics Textbooks in Elementary School. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 57(4)p.301.

Noriko, KISHI; XiaoMin, WEI(2015). Home Economics Education in “Integrated Practical Activities” in China: A Case Study of Quzhou Dacheng Primary School. Journal of the Japan Association of Home Economics Education, 57(4)p.310.