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Journal of Human Sciences and Extension is a peer-reviewed, open-access, online journal focused on disseminating knowledge and information to academicians, educators, and practitioners. Topics addressed include human development (e.g., early care and education, youth development); family studies; agricultural education; leadership development; extension; health and wellness; apparel, textiles, and merchandising; nutrition and dietetics; family resource management; and program and staff development, planning, and evaluation. The journal seeks to bridge research and practice; thus, all manuscripts must give attention to practical implications of the work. The journal is sponsored by the School of Human Sciences at Mississippi State University and is published three times a year.

Current Issue: Volume 10, Number 3 (2022)

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Full Issue, Volume 10, Number 3
Journal of Human Sciences and Extension

Original Research

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All-Terrain Vehicle Safety Knowledge and Behaviors Among 4-H’ers
Jay Porter, Nick Fuhrman, Jason Peake, and Don Edgar

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A Descriptive Analysis of Remote Work Adoption in the United States
Paul A. Hill, Amanda D. Ali, Lendel K. Narine, and Debra M. Spielmaker

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Why Youth Leave 4-H After the First Year: A Multistate Study
Kendra M. Lewis, Sarah Hensley, Marianne Bird, Jeannette Rea-Keywood, JoLynn Miller, Car Mun Yok, and Nancy Shelstad

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Traditional and Virtual Hypertension Self-Management Health Education Program Delivered Through Cooperative Extension
Michelle Parisi, Ellie Lane, Cheryl J. Dye Dr., Rhonda Matthews, Danielle McFall, Ethan Bain, and Windsor W. Sherrill

Brief Reports

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Nudging to Health Training Acceptability by Food Pantry Personnel Supports Clients’ Healthier Food Choices
Kelly K. Kunkel, Aysegul Baltaci, Carolina De La Rosa Mateo, Sunghun Lim, and Dianne Davis-Kenning

Practice and Pedagogy

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Aligning Instruction with Extension Professional Competencies for an Enhanced Undergraduate Extension Education Minor
Joseph L. Donaldson, Wendy Warner, Jacklyn Bruce, Joy Morgan, Harriett Coleman Edwards, and Rose Vaughan

Emerging Scholarship