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Journal of International Agricultural and Extension Education: From Early Beginnings to Sound Sustained Future
Written by Rama Radhakrishna, James Connors, Jack Elliot & Satish Verma   

10.5191/jiaee.2001.08304

 

Abstract

The Journal of International Agricultural and Extension Education (JIAEE) has been one of the primary outlets for publishing and disseminating research and development activities in international agricultural and extension education. Almost seven years have passed since the publication of the first issue of the journal. During this time, a total of 160 articles have been published. A review of these articles was undertaken to determine scope, focus, program areas, and subject matter topics of articles published in JIAEE. Findings include: 1) authors from a variety of public and private organizations representing all geographical regions of the world published articles in JIAEE, 2) articles published in JIAEE tend to be more research-oriented, and 3) subject matter topics such as extension education, agricultural education, sustainability, curriculum, and global issues, which have implications for both the U.S. and the developing world, were the topics frequently published in JIAEE.

 

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