2 edition of masculine focus in home economics found in the catalog.
masculine focus in home economics
Judy H. Dowell
|Statement||written by Judy H. Dowell and Bonnie B. Greenwood for the Home Economics Education Association of the National Education Association.|
|Contributions||Greenwood, Bonnie B., joint author., Home Economics Education Association.|
|LC Classifications||TX165 .D68|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||26 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||26|
|LC Control Number||75010815|
Sign in - Google Accounts. This three-book course provides a firm foundation in Home Economics to all lower secondary school students, particularly those going on to study Home Economics for CXC examinations. The course meets the needs of students following Resource and Technology courses in Home and Family Management. In addition, it offers numerous opportunities for design skills development in the areas of Food Reviews: 2.
Filed under: Home economics -- Early works to The Economist, by Xenophon, trans. by Henry Graham Dakyns (Gutenberg text) The Cook's Pocket-Companion and Compleat Family-Guide: Being a Collection of the Very Best Receipts (London: Printed for J. Staples, ), . Equipped for Life: Gendered Technical Training and Consumerism in Home Economics, Abstract In tracing the development of technical education in American colleges and universities, historians have tended, perhaps inevitably, to concentrate . Nancy McNeal Roman came Cornell in as an instructor in home furnishings and administrator of the 4-H program. She had received a bachelor's degree in home economics from the University of Chicago in and an M.A. in Education from Columbia University in
Home Economics. Home economics as a field of study in the United States was formed before the start of the twentieth century by a group of women, most of whom were scientifically educated and reform-oriented, as well as men who were interested in applying science and philosophy to improving everyday life. Frustrated by the lack of opportunity for educated women in the male-dominated. This is the first book to examine the central tenets of economics from a feminist point of view. In these original essays, the authors suggest that the discipline of economics could be improved by freeing itself from masculine biases. Beyond Economic Man raises questions about the discipline not because economics is too objective but because it is not objective enough. British anthropologist Mary Douglas () proposed a two-dimensional ordering of ways of looking at the world: 1. ‘Group’ or inclusion - the claim of groups over members, and 2. ‘Grid’ or classification - the degree to which interaction is subject to rules. Douglas saw these categories as relating to a wide variety of beliefs and social actions.
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