Research & Published Papers
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Home Economics Leadership and Philosophy
Please consult the Keynote section for additional papers on home economics philosophy.
Everyday life: A home economics concept (2012) http://www.kon.org/archives/forum/19-1/mcgregor.html with Vija Dislere (Latvia), Home economics philosophy in Latvia (2012) http://www.kon.org/archives/forum/19-1/mcgregor-dislere.html The role of philosophy in home economics (2012) http://www.kon.org/archives/forum/19-1/mcgregor2.html Next practice innovations in family and consumer sciences (718 kb) Home Economics Holomovement, Docent Lecture, University of Helsinki, 2012 (3268 kb) Defogging the professional, philosophical mirror (238 kb)
International Journal of Home Economics (2010)
Home economics in higher education: Pre-professional socialization (1353 kb)
International Journal of Consumer Studies (2011)
The Wilberian Integral Approach [KON Working Paper] (2011) http://www.kon.org/hswp/archive/mcgregor_2.htm 2010 Name changes and future-proofing the profession (228 kb) 2011 Home economics as an integrated, holistic system: Revisiting Bubolz and Sontag's 1988 human ecology approach. (2286 kb) 2010 Integral leadership and practice: Beyond holistic integration (468 kb)
2010 Integral leadership and practice: Beyond holistic integration in FCS. Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences, 102(1), 49-57.
Integral Metatheory for Home Economics (FCS) Practice (2009) (648 kb)
Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal, 38(2), 142-157.
A millennial recruitment and retention blueprint for home economics professional associations (2009) (438 kb)
Posted with permission of the International Journal of Home Economics, IFHE
Meta-review of home ec book reviews in the IJCS (121 kb)
International Journal of Consumer Studies, 33(4), 515-520 (2009)
Preserving Integrity during university program changes (336 kb)
International Journal of Home Economics, 2(1) 15-29 (2009)
Historical presence of home economics in IJCS (2009) (797 kb) Choosing our future: Ideologies matter in the home economics profession (2008) (212 kb)
Becoming family literate: A new construct and platform for practice (2009) (1169 kb) International Conceptualizations of a 21st Century Vision for the Profession (2009) http://www.kon.org/archives/forum/18-1/mcgregor.html
International Conceptualizations of a 21st Century Vision for the Profession (2009)
Intellectual Showcasing: Articulating the Thinking Behind our Practice (182 kb) http://chek.edu.pk/NURTURE2007.pdf Professional Competency Domains for Home Economics (2007) http://www.kon.org/archives/forum/17-2/home_economics_professional_competency_domains.html Typology of home economics styles (with a postmodern critique) http://www.kon.org/hswp/archive/typology.htm A Satire: Confessions of recovering home economists http://www.kon.org/hswp/archive/recovering.html
This paper was co-written by me and 10 authors from around the world. It is radical and we welcome the dialogue that will stem from this!
Home economics Leadership (Stephen Covey's model) (185 kb)
Sue McGregor. (1997). Embracing a new future: A leadership imperative. Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences, 89(3), 12-18. Posted with permission.
Understanding Home Economics Lingo (182 kb)
Sue McGregor. (1997). Envisioning our collective journey into the next millennium. Journal of Home Economics Education, 35(1), 26-38.
Home Economic Paradigms (169 kb)
Sue McGregor. (1997). The impact of different paradigms on home economics practice. Journal of the Home Economics Institute of Australia, 4(3), 23-33. Posted with permission of the Home Economics Institute of Australia and the journal editor.
Home Economists Perceptions of International Development (145 kb)
Sue McGregor. (2002). Home economists’ perceptions of international development. International Journal of Consumer Studies, 26, 4, 303-312. . Reprinted with permission of the editor. Copyright held with Blackwell Publishing.
Human, family and social development (ECO) article (91 kb) Spiritual well-being (91 kb) Critical science approach: A primer http://www.kon.org/cfp/critical_science_primer.pdf
Kappa Omicron Nu FORUM, 15 (1)
Critical discourse analysis: A primer http://www.kon.org/archives/forum/15-1/mcgregorcda.html
Kappa Omicron Nu FORUM, 15(1)
Philosophical Well-being http://www.kon.org/hswp/archive/philosophical.html Quality of Living, Standard of Living and Well-being (677 kb)
Quality of Living, Standard of Living and Well-being (1998, McGregor and Goldsmith)
Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences