Journal of Home Economics Research (JHER)

Editiorial Board

Elizabeth U. Anyakoha Ph.D
Professor
(Editor-in-chief)
Department of Vocational Education,
University of Nigeria, Nsukka
Carol L. Anderson Ph.D CFCS
Professor
College of Human Ecology Cornell University, Cornell, NY, USA
Nwakego Molokwu Ph.D
Associate Professor
Department of Vocational & Technical
Education, Ebonyi State University,
Abakaliki
Afiong Akpan Ph.D
Associate Professor
Department of Home Economics
University of Uyo, Nigeria.
Seline Okeke Ph.D
Chief Lecturer
Department of Home Economics
Nwafor Orizu College of Education, Nsugbe
Chinyere Igbo Ph.D
Professor
Department of Vocational Education
University of Nigeria, Nsukka
E.E.Uko-Aviomoh
Professor
Department of Vocational & Technical
Education, University of Benin, Benin- City.
Advisory Board
J.O. Mallum
Professor
Institute of Education
University of Jos, Jos.
Julia R. Gitobu
Professor
Department of Home Economics
Kenyata University, Kenya
Nkechi H. Ene-Obong
Professor
Department of Home Science, Nutrition & Dietetics University of Nigeria, Nsukka
A.A. Addo, Ph.D
Professor
Department of Home Science & Management Management, University of Agriculture,
University of Agriculture, Abeokuta
A. Uwaegbute, Ph.D
Professor
Department of Home Economics,
University of Agriculture, Umudike
B. Ukpore, Ph.D
Associate Professor
Department of Home Economics
Delta State University, Abraka.
H.J. Kaka PhD
Senior Lecturer Management
Department of Home Science and
Nasarawa State University, Keffi



Note to Contributors

  1. The Journal of Home Economics Research (JHER) is a scholarly trans- disciplinary research publication. Manuscripts to be considered for publication must be found very useful to both scholars and practitioners in Home Economics and related fields.
  2. Articles which should be typed double spacing should not exceed 10-12 A-4 pages including references and Abstracts.
  3. The title and institutional affiliation of the author and an abstract of not more than 120 words should precede the title.
  4. Manuscripts under consideration by other journals must not be submitted.
  5. Empirical reports must be written under the following distinctive headings.
    1. Introduction - with background of study: statement of problem, significance of study and appropriate literature built in.
    2. Objectives/Purposes/Research Questions/Hypotheses.
    3. Methodology - This should contain the following distinctive sub-headings: (a) Population, (b) Sample, (c) Instrument, (d) Data collection and analysis techniques
    4. Findings and Discussion.
    5. Conclusion
    6. References
  6. Non-empirical reports must have:
    1. Introduction - that shows clearly the focus of the article
    2. Main body - under distinctive headings that could have been reflected in the introductionConclusion with appropriate recommendations where necessary.
    3. Conclusion with appropriate recommendations where necessary
    4. References
  7. Literature must be relevant, rich and current. References should be according to the American Psychological Association (APA).
  8. Manuscript must be submitted in triplicate with a non-refundable review fee of $ 40, to:
  9. The Editorial Board
    C/o Professor Elizabeth U. Anyakoha
    University of Nigeria Nsukka
    Or online
    admin@heran.org or jherpublications@yahoo.com
    • Membership subscription $ 35
    • Non-membership subscription $ 40
    • Institutional subscription $ 65

HERAN Monographs

  • Improving your research methodology skills: Conceptualizing the concepts and Developing and Conceptual Frameworks (2009) E U Anyakoha (ed)
  • Entrepreneurship Education and Wealth Creation Strategies: Practical Tips for Economic Empowerment and survival (2009) 2nd Edition), E U Anyakoha (ed)
  • Research Issues in Home Economics (2002), E U Anyakoha (ed)
  • Research Imperatives and Challenges for Home Economics (2001), E U Anyakoha (ed)