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Introduction

Optimal and sustainable overall well-being of individuals and families has continued to be a major concern of Home Economics. The Home Economics Research Association of Nigeria (HERAN) recognizes that the world is not static. Daily, many breathtaking changes, occasioned by the world order, occur in the social, economic and political arena. Globalization enhanced by unprecedented information communication technology (ICT) revolution, with its various facets and challenges is on course. Poverty, unemployment, diseases including HIV/AIDS, environmental degradation, violence, crimes, and so on, are ravaging developing countries, including those in Africa and the rest of the world. These and many more impact on the family, leaving it with a barrage of challenges which threaten its very survival. This situation has crucial and enormous implications for Home Economics in the developing countries like Nigeria.

JHER Volume 27, No. 1, Sept. 2020

In this Issue

v Hierarchy of Responsible Consumption: Families Inspiring Members to Consume Responsibly - Kanu, C.C. 1-15

v Prevalence, Benefits and Challenges of Commuter Marriage among Married Staff Members of Universities in South-East Nigeria - Nwobi, C. A. & Iloeje, C. I. 16 - 25

v Food Hygiene Practices among Food Vendors in Ikorodu Local Government Area of Lagos State - Abusomwan, V. I. 26-35

JHER Volume 26, No. 2, Dec. 2019 

In this Issue

 Comparative Study of Economic Benefits of Rain-Fed and Dry Season Farming: Implications for Agricultural Extension in Benue State -Ivande, P.D., Obademi, A.O & Ugboji, A.U. 1 - 9

 Issues Relating to Sexual Activities among Female Undergraduates: A Case study of Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Ogun State. -Olurin, T. K.; Onifade, C.A.; Aduradola, R.R. &Adamu, C.O. 10 - 19

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