Academic journal article Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences

Reflections: Responses to the Re-Design of the Journal

Academic journal article Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences

Reflections: Responses to the Re-Design of the Journal

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We would like to share a few readers' comments about the new look and feel of the Journal.

Just received my journal-GREAT JOB!! The publication looks so much more user friendly, and the tabs for section ID certainly point you in the direction you wish to read. I liked the whole thing.

Becky Newell (Indiana)

Be sure to review the January 2002 issue of the Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences that carries the theme of Financial Literacy. This is a publication of the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences. Carol L. Anderson is the Journal's new editor and Jeanne M. Hogarth, Program Manager, Consumer Policies, Consumer and Community Affairs, Federal Reserve Board, has written the feature article. Many of us know Jeanne as a colleague and friend, formerly associate professor in the College of Human Ecology's Department of Policy Analysis and Management. There's a great reference list in Jeanne's article. Note also a listing of what family and consumer sciences (FCS) professionals can do in the policy arena related to financial literacy that appears at the end of the article on page 25.

Josephine Swanson (NY)

Thank you for the "new face" and "body" on the Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences. It has been a long time coming and it is most welcome, refreshing and in keeping with other reader friendly publications. …

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