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The Journal of Consumer Sciences is an official publication of the South African Association of Family Ecology and Consumer Sciences (SAAFECS).

The Journal of Consumer Sciences (JCS) publishes articles that focus on consumer experiences in different places and from different perspectives and methodological positions. The journal will consider research from within the fields of consumer studies, consumer science, home economics, family studies, consumer education, consumer rights and consumer behaviour.  We also consider household and/or individual food security to be a facet of food consumerism and hence those working in this field should consider publishing in this journal. The journal also welcomes current consumer-related research that examines the impact of environmental, community and sustainability issues.


Vol 47 (2019)

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Articles

Learners’ views on the entrepreneurial activities engaged in during practical work in Consumer Studies EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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JC Ngwenya, LNL Shange
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JC Ngwenya, LNL Shange
The influence of supermarket attributes on consumer selection of a supermarket: a South African perspective EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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KM Makhitha, NM Khumalo
The potential of the South African consumer studies curriculum to foster indigenous knowledge EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A Du Toit
Fashion design praxis and practice: the duality between “design for” and “design with” EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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N Harvey, P Ankiewicz, F van As
Modifying monthly household expenditure allocations: An exploration of South African BoP consumers EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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J Lappeman, JM Chigada, P Pillay
The sustainability of rural Malawi households’ energy consumption practices amidst prevailing socio-economic conditions EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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MG Kachale Mchakulu, AC Erasmus, NC Sonnenberg
Employability skills: What is required of consumer sciences graduates? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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M du Preez, LJ van der Merwe, SB Swart


ISSN: 0378-5254
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