Original Research

Heejae Lee, Sheri Worthy
1-19
A Qualitative Analysis of Young Adults’ Health and Wellness Perceptions, Behaviors, and Information Seeking
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Anna P Whitehall, Mary Katherine Deen, Louise A Parker, Laura G Hill
20-39
“Making time to make a difference”: Program Effects of a Cultural Competency Training
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McKayla Brubaker Nichols, Quisto Settle, Alisha Hardman, Laura Downey
40-59
The Food Factor: Relating Brand Viewership to Behavior and Behavioral Intention
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Jacqueline Parr, Marilyn Bruin
60-79
A Qualitative Study: Small Business Merchandising Strategies in Rural Minnesota
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Amy Harder, Lendel K. Narine, Matt Benge, Marina Denny, Kristi Farner
80-95
Exploring Early Career Extension Agents’ Perceptions of Their Mentors, Best Liked Coworkers, and Organizational Commitment
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Antonio Alba-Meraz, Aysegul Baltaci, Carolina De La Rosa Mateo, Gabriela Burk, Jose Lamas, Francisca Mendoza , Monica Cruz-Zorrilla, Oswaldo Cabrera-Vidal
94-114
Expansion of a Financial Education and Family Asset Protection Program for Latinos in Rural Minnesota
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Suzanna Windon, Mariah Stollar, Rama Radhakrishna
115-134
Examining Volunteer Management Needs and Preferred Professional Development Delivery Methods Among Extension Educators
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Practice and Pedagogy

Kari Robideau, Karen Matthes
156-164
Using Webinars to Teach Extension Audiences: A Rubric to Evaluate and Improve
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Laura E. Balis, Hannah F. Kesterson, Drew T. Brown, Chance Marshall, Samantha M. Harden
165-179
Move More, Sit Less: Applying the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans to Extension Programs
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Emerging Scholarship

Kristin Riggsbee, Alexandra Nussbaumer, Elizabeth Hall, Elizabeth Anderson-Steeves, Christopher Sneed, Janie Burney
206-222
Barriers and Facilitators to Implementing Healthy Food Retail Programs: Extension Agents’ Perceptions
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The 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.