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Call for Papers: Special Issue
Journal of Home Economics Education Research (JHEER)
Call for Papers

Special Issue: Future Directions of Home Economics Education

Guest Editors:
Sue L. T. McGregor PhD, IPHE, Professor Emerita (MSVU) (sue.mcgregor@msvu.ca)
Taemyung Yoo PhD, Korea University (retired), Professor Emerita (Gyeongsang National University, Korea) (taemyungyoo@hanmail.net)
 
March 28, 2022

The Korean Home Economics Education Association (KHEEA) has published a professional journal since 1989. Originally called the Journal of the Korean Home Economics Education Association, it is now the Journal of Home Economics Education Research (JHEER). This recent name change reflects the association’s vision of accommodating home economics education-related research from a broader and more global, international context. JHEER is thus positioned as a venue for global collaboration and interchange to gain deeper insights into home economics education. 
Education is one of several viable career paths for communicating home economics with other venues including government and public service, business and industry, media, nongovernment and nonprofit organizations, and human services. Home economics education involves teaching home economics to non-home economists including school children, college and university students, and adults within the general public. This education helps people learn about home economics and the powerful role it can play in their lives. Through home economics education, people can gain knowledge, clarify values, and take inspired action.
The JHEER publishes original, innovative, and interdisciplinary articles that cover diverse issues in home economics education. The journal’s target readers include educators, researchers, administrators, and policy specialists who are involved in home economics education in diverse academic and community settings. The journal welcomes manuscripts that present research (quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods), theoretical and conceptual statements, philosophical arguments, program evaluations, curriculum development and assessments, reviews, and case studies with clearly articulated implications for research, policymaking, and/or educational practice.
To promote the renamed journal and its re-envisioned focus, the Editorial Board is publishing a special issue on Future Directions of Home Economics Education, which concerns where home economics education can or should go in the future. What research, theoretical innovations, conceptualizations, curricular, policy, and practice innovations are available or required to move home economics education in new directions? Respecting the intended audience of the journal (educators, researchers, administrators, and policy specialists), contributors are invited to submit articles related to the following topics or related ideas: 
 
  • lessons learned from teaching home economics during the global pandemic (COVID)
  • pedagogical and curricular home economics education innovations
  • theoretical or conceptual home economics education innovations
  • home economics education philosophy
  • home economics education for critical, transformative, and emancipatory learning
  • home economics education and home economics literacy
  • home economics education leadership
  • home economics education curricular or program evaluations with insights into future directions
  • home economics education’s policy role and presence relative to individual and family well-being, wellness, and quality of life
  • papers about perennial issues normally addressed by home economics education with insights into how the research/study moves this education in new directions (e.g., housing and shelter, protection and security, food security, nutrition and health status, textiles and clothing, design and furnishings, child care, youth development, generational issues, family relations and dynamics, resource management, and consumer behaviour, policy, finances, and sustainability).
Contributors
For this special issue, the JHEER welcomes contributions from both KHEEA members and nonmembers in home economics education and related disciplines.
Guidelines for Authors
Please use the 7th edition of the American Psychological Association (APA) (2020) manual. Manuscripts should use A4 paper, be in Microsoft Word (.docx) or the Korean Hangul Word Processor (.hwp) format, use font size 11 and Times New Roman and be double spaced and no longer than 8000 words including references, tables, and figures. If prudent, manuscripts should undergo English language editing before submission. Authors should respect the generic Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) guidelines for ethics (see https://publicationethics.org/) and complete the JHEER’s Research Ethics Compliance Form. Additional author guidelines and journal policies are available at the journal website(Author guidelines and journal policy) . There are no submission or publication fees for this special issue.
Submission Deadlines and Process 
To be considered for inclusion in JHEER’s first Special Issue (December 2022), manuscripts should be submitted for peer review no later than September 30, 2022. Manuscripts should be sent electronically to the Editor at em.jheer@gmail.com.