This book is for use in professional development courses in Family and Consumer Sciences and other programs that have their roots in home economics (human ecology, human sciences, human environmental sciences, human resources). It features articles from issues of the Journal of Family and
Consumer Sciences 1995-2004. A select number of articles printed prior to 1995 have been included for their historical value or because they present an important concept or perspective.
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Book Description Amer Home Economics Assn, 2004. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110846100010