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Periodical articleNnyepi, M.S. (ed.) (2013)
A tracer study of home economics graduates in Botswana: a case of the University of Botswana
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 25 #3. p. 311-324.

Periodical articleManwa, Lillian; Motsi, Emily (2010)
Role of gender in the teaching and learning of home economics: a case in Masvingo peri-urban
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 22 #2. p. 215-225.

Periodical articleGlotzer, Richard; Engberg, Lila (2007)
Teacher trainees in Ghana in the early 1960s: women and the teaching of home science
Abstract presentGhana Studies. Volume 8. p. 103-126.

Periodical articleKeregero, M.M.; Mdluli, H.N. (2003)
See this publicationCompetencies of graduate students before and after enrollment in the home economics degree programme at the University of Swaziland
UNISWA Research Journal of Agriculture, Science and Technology. Volume 6 #2. December. p. 96-105.

Periodical articleSongsore, Jacob; MacGranahan, Gordon (2003)
Women's Household Environmental Caring Roles in the Greater Accra Metropolitan Area: A Qualitative Appraisal
Abstract presentResearch Review. Volume 19 #2. p. 67-83.

Periodical articleKeregero, M.M.; Mduli, H.N. (2001)
See this publicationRequired competencies for employment in the catering industry in Swaziland
UNISWA Journal of Agriculture. Volume 10. p. 76-85.

Periodical articleMhango, M.W. (2000)
An investigation of male and female employment opportunities and training needs in home economics related businesses in Botswana
Mosenodi. Volume 8 #1. p. 19-25.

Periodical articleOtunga, R.N. (2000)
Re-orientation changes in the high school home science curriculum within a changed education system: a case study of Kenya
Egerton Journal of Humanities, Social Sciences and Education. Volume 3 #1. August. p. 146-155.

Periodical articleKeregero, M.M.; Magongo, Z.A. (1998)
Performance in home economics: does a headstart make a difference?
UNISWA Research Journal of Agriculture, Science and Technology. Volume 2 #1. June. p. 29-36.

Periodical articleMndebele, C.B.S. (1998)
Career guidance competencies for Swaziland agricultural, commercial, home economics, and technical studies teachers
UNISWA Research Journal of Agriculture, Science and Technology. Volume 2 #1. June. p. 23-28.

Periodical articleMberengwa, Lois R. (1997)
Home economics or what? A historical perspective of home economics in Zimbabwe
Abstract presentZimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 9 #3. November. p. 287-303.

Periodical articleMndebele, C.B.S. (1996?)
Sex stereotyping: discrepancy scores for determining vocational inservice needs of home economics and technical studies teachers in Swaziland
UNISWA Research Journal of Agriculture, Science and Technology. Volume 1 #1. p. 134-142.

Periodical articleMberengwa, Lois R. (1996)
A follow-up study of graduates in the Bachelor of Education Home Economics degree programme
Abstract presentZimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 8 #2. July. p. 78-99.

Periodical articleMurat, F. (1995)
A la recherche d'un logis introuvable
Économie de la Réunion. #78. juillet-août. p. 4-7.

Periodical articleTummala, Kamala (1995)
Relevance of Home Economics Knowledge Base for Social Work Practice in Botswana
Abstract presentJournal of Social Development in Africa. Volume 10 #1. p. 53-64.

Periodical articleZwane, P.E.; Edmond, M. (1995)
Assessment of training needs of the apparel industry in Swaziland
UNISWA Research Journal. Volume 9. January. p. 92-98.

Periodical articleTumuti, D.W. (1994)
In-service training needs of home economics extension agents in Nyeri District of Kenya
Maseno Journal of Education, Arts, and Science. Volume 2 #1. January. p. 45-64.

Periodical articleNkiwane, L. (1993)
Possibility of introducing a practical in the textile industry for university home economics students
Zimbabwe Bulletin of Teacher Education. Volume 3 #1. March. p. 1-20.

Periodical articleZwane, P.E.; Stufflebeam, T. (1993)
Problems experienced by secondary school teachers in teaching clothing and textiles
UNISWA Journal of Agriculture. Volume 2. p. 55-63.

Periodical articleSigot, A.J. (1992)
Nutrition education in home economics curricula
Medicus (Nairobi, Kenya). Volume 11 #11. November. p. 30-33.

Periodical articleSiyakwazi, P.D. (1992)
Young people's attitudes towards household work: an analysis by age and its implications on home economics curriculum at secondary level
Abstract presentZimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 4 #1. March. p. 32-48.

Periodical articleMhango, M.W. (1991)
Fashion show, an interdependent learning experience for University of Malawi students
Journal of the University of Malawi. #4. August. p. 59-62.

Periodical articleTumuti, D.W. (1991)
The nature of work and problems of rural women in Kenya, implication for home economics
East African Journal of Education. Volume 1 #2. December. p. 18-24.

Periodical articleDube, M.; Habedi, M. (1990)
Factors influencing students to enroll in agriculture, home economics, and agricultural education in the University of Swaziland, Faculty of Agriculture
SIER Bulletin. #11. November. p. 17-26.

Periodical articleMberengwa, Lois R. (1990)
Integration of weaving into the home economics curriculum in Zimbabwean secondary schools
Abstract presentZimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 2 #3. November. p. 274-286.

Periodical articleNkungula, Alice (1990)
Home economics teacher quality in Zimbabwean secondary schools
Abstract presentZimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 2 #3. November. p. 239-249.

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