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Monograph

  • Leonhäuser I-U (ed.), Center for international Development and Environmental Research (ZEU) of Justus-Liebig-Universität Giessen (2002): Women in the Context of International Development and Co-operation. Review and Perspectives. Selected Papers and Abstracts presented at the Justus-Liebig-University, 26.-28. Oct. 2000. (eds.): Journal for International Development and Environmental Research. Volume 3. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang GmbH, European Publisher of Sciences, ISBN 978-3-631-38535-7 Pick It! .

 

Scientific Paper

 

Book chapters

  • Gojenko B, Möser A, Leonhäuser I-U (2014): Land Use and Nutrition Security - Case Study in Rural Uzbekistan. In: Pawlowski I (ed.): Natural Resources and Human Welfare in Central Asia. Göttingen: Cuvillier Verlag, p. 125-150.
  • Yildiz J, Leonhäuser I-U (2014): Reduced Household Income – Coping Strategies for Daily Food. In: International Federation for Home Economics (ed.): Family Socioeconomic and Cultural Issues: A Continuing Home Economics Concern, e-paper. Im Internet unter: http://ifhe.org/epaper-family-2014/, p. 122-136.
  • Idalinya J, Bauer S, Leonhäuser I-U (2008): Interlinks between cash crops, food crops, food security and smallholder farming in Western Kenya: Disentangling the old rural development fashion? http://www.tropentag.de/2008/abstracts/full/448.pdf, p. 1-8.
  • Leonhäuser I-U (2006): Foreword on Schweitzer von R: Home Economics Science and Arts. Managing Sustainable Everyday Life. In: Center for international Development and Environmental Research (ZEU) of Justus-Liebig-Universität Giessen. (eds.): Journal for International Development and Environmental Research. Volume 17. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang GmbH, European Publisher of Sciences, p. 320.
  • Leonhäuser I-U (2006): Consumer Policy in Germany: A new era and perspectives for an integrative concept of consumer policy research. In: Rauma A L, Pöllänen S and Pirita Seitamaa-Hakkarainen (eds.): Human Perspectives on Sustainable Future. Joensuu, Finland, p. 222-231.
  • Seemüller T, Leonhäuser I-U, Oltersdorf U (2005): Nutrition and ambience, the state of the art. Influence factors during a meal. In: Oltersdorf U et al. (eds.): Consumer and Nutrition, Challenges and Chances for Research and Society. Reports of Federal Research Institute of Nutrition and Food (BfEL), Volume 2. Karlsruhe, p. 195-206.
  • Leonhäuser I-U (2002): Eulogy to the prize winner Dr. Emma Zapata Martelo. In: Leonhäuser I-U (ed.): Women in the context of International Development and Co-operation – Review and Perspectives. Journal for International Development and Environmental Research. Volume 3. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang GmbH, European Publisher of Sciences, p. 5-9
  • Leonhäuser I-U (2002): Concerning food patterns in a comparative way. In: Butijn CAA et al. (eds.): Changes at the other end of the chain: Everyday consumption in a multidisciplinary perspective. Maastricht, Nederland: Shaker Publishing, p. 19-30.
  • Leonhäuser I-U (2002): Foreword. In: Bergmann K: Dealing with Consumer Uncertainty. Public Relations in the Food Sector. Berlin, Heidelberg, New York: Springer Publishing, p. VII.
  • Leonhäuser I-U, Köhler BM (1999): Public Health and Nutrition in Germany: The State of the Art – Conclusions for an Integrated Concept. In: Köhler BM, Feichtinger E, Dowler E, Winkler G (eds.): Public Health and Nutrition. The Challenge. Berlin: Edition sigma, p. 278-288.
  • Leonhäuser I-U (1993): Families and Private Households in their Function of Responsibility for sustainable Health and Health Promotion in Germany. In: Schweitzer R v (eds.): Cross-Cultural Approaches to Home-Management. Serial: Foundation „The Private Household“, Volume 18. Frankfurt: Campus Publishing, p. 65-73.

 

Publications in scientific journals

  • Abdalla S, Leonhäuser I-U, Bauer S, Elamin E (2013): Factors influencing crop diversity in dry land sector of sudan. Sky Journal of Agricultural Research 2 (7): 88–97.
  • Leonhäuser I-U (2013): Food and Nutrition Security: Examples of International Develop-ment Work in Sub-Saharan African Regions. Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal 41 (4): 353–362.
  • Maina Njuthe I, Leonhäuser I-U, Bauer S (2012): Adoption of improved agricultural technologies among smallholder farm households in Nakuru District, Kenya. Journal of Agricultural Extension and Rural Development Vol 4 (8), pp. 147-163
  • Parveen S, Leonhäuser I-U (2009): Promoting household food security trough empowering rural women in Bangladesh. Bangladesh Journal of Progressive Science and Technology 7 (1): 25-30
  • Köhler J, Leonhäuser I-U (2008): Changes in Food Preferences during Aging. Ann Nutr Metab 52 (suppl. 1): 15-19. http://content.karger.com/ProdukteDB/produkte.asp?Aktion=ShowPDF&ArtikelNr=115342&Ausgabe=235742&ProduktNr=223977&filename=115342.pdf
  • Parveen S, Leonhäuser I-U (2008): Factors Affecting the Extent of Economic Empowerment of Women in Farm Households: Experiences from Rural Bangladesh. International Journal of Human Ecology 9: 117-126.
  • Cheon H, Leonhäuser I-U, Moon S-J (2005): A Cross-Cultural Study of the Family Leisure Motivation and Family Leisure Constraints between German and Korean Families. International Journal of Human Ecology. 1: 29-39.
  • Köhler J, Lehmkühler S, Leonhäuser I-U (2004): Nutrition Behaviour of Families with Low-Income. International Journal of Human Ecology 5 (1): 117-130.
  • Leonhäuser I-U, Dorandt S, Willmund E, Honsel J (2004): The benefit of the Mediterranean Diet – Considerations to modify German food patterns. European Journal of Nutrition 43 (Suppl. 1): I/31-I/38.
  • Leonhäuser I-U (2003): Women's Role in the Context of Coping with Everyday Life: Challenges for Public and Privacy in Germany. International Journal of Human Ecology 4 (1): 55-70.
  • Macedo S, Leonhäuser I-U, Vaz de Almeida MD (2002): Food habits of a Portuguese immigrant population living in Germany. Alimentaçăo humana 8 (2): 61-79.
  • Naska A, Vasdekis VGS, Trichopoulou A, Friel S, Leonhäuser I-U, Moreiras O, Nelson M, Remaut AM, Schmitt A, Sekula W, Trygg KU, Zajkas G (2000): Fruit and vegetable availability among ten European countries: how does it compare with the “five-a-day” recommendation? British Journal of Nutrition 84 (4): 549-556.
  • Lagiou P, Trichopoulou A, Henderickx HK, Kelleher C, Leonhäuser I-U, Moreiras O, Sekula W, Trygg K, Zajkas G (1999): Household budget survey nutritional data in relation to mortality from coronary heart disease, colorectal cancer and female breast cancer in European countries. European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 53 (4): 328-332.
  • Steinmetz T, Fortmann-Mölling B, Wenisch S, Leonhäuser I-U (1999): Availability of Magnesium from Various Commercially Available Oral Preparations in a Variety of Dosage Forms: Comparative In: Vitro Study. Journal of Medicinical Food 2 (2): 65-71.
  • Leonhäuser I-U (1995): Nutrition Behaviour as an Object of Research – An Overview of special Points of View. AGEV Series, Volume 10. Ernährungs-Umschau 42 (suppl.): 139-141.

 

Publications in journals

  • Bergmann K, Dorandt S, Leonhäuser I-U (2004): Uncertainty of Consumers: Explanations and Perspectives of Food Confidence. Fresenius Environmental Bulletin13 (1): 34-46.
  • Trichopoulou A, Lagiou P, Nelson M, Remaut de Winter A-M, Kelleher C, Leonhäuser I-U, Moreiras O, Schmitt A, Sekula W, Trygg K, Zajkas G (1999): Food Disparities in 10 European Countries: Their Detection Using Household Budget Survey Data – The DAta Food NEtworking (DAFNE) Initiative. Nutrition Today 34 (3): 129-139.

Abstracts from scientific symposium or congress

  • Yildiz J, Leonhaeuser I-U (2013): Declining of household income leads to a change in nutrition – Findings from case studies of Giessen, Germany. Ann Nutr Metab 63 (suppl1): 996. Im Internet unter: http://icn2013.com/pages/downloads/book_of_abstracts/!

  • Pahr-Hosbach S, Leonhäuser I-U (2013): “Food means everything” - Dietary acculturation of Asian Indian Migrants in Singapore and major influencing factors. The 8th Asian Graduate Forum On Southeast Asian Studies. July 26 - 26, 2013, Singapore.

  • Gojenko B, Leonhaeuser I-U (2013): Land use, food and nutrition security - case study in rural Uzbekistan.
    http://www.iamo.de/fileadmin/scarled/img/pdfs/ppts/C2_3_Gojenko.pdf

  • Schwarzenberg E-M, Heiny J, Leonhaeuser I-U (2013): Nutrition and Health Behaviour in Mountainous Regions of Georgia. Proc Germ Nutr Soc 18: 57
  • Leonhaeuser I-U, Dreschl-Bogale S, Leichsenring M (2012): Higher education network for applied human nutrition between Eastern Africa and Europe: Results of a European-funded project. Abstract Book, XXII. World Congress IFHE (16 – 21 July), Melbourne, Australia, p.88-89
    http://www.ifhe2012.org
  • Suwandinata H, Leonhaeuser I-U (2012): Children’s influence on family decision making process in food buying and consumption: An empirical study of children’s influence in Jakarta, Indonesia. Abstract Book, XXII. World Congress IFHE (16 – 21 July), Melbourne, Australia, p. 72
    http://www.ifhe2012.org
  • Volz J, Leonhaeuser I-U (2012): Behavioral intentions of Georgian small scale farmers in the Greater and the Lesser Caucasus – An application of the Theory of Planned Behavior (Ajzen). In: Arce C, Seoane G (eds.) (2012): V European Congress of Methodology. Book of Abstracts. Santiago de Compostela, Spain, 17th-20th July 2012. Universidade de Santiago de Compostela: 277-278.
  • Banka M, Leonhaeuser I-U (2011): Influence of claims on food choice process of elderly German consumers – An applied mixed method-approach to gain in-depth data, Annual Meeting of the International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (ISB-NPA), 15.-18.06.2011, Melbourne, Australia
    http://isbnpa.eproceedings.com.au/papers/O15.2.pdf
  • Abdalla S, Leonhäuser I-U, Bauer S (2010): Measuring Food Consumption using Coping Strategies Adopted by Farm Households in the Dry Land Sector of Sudan. http://www.tropentag.de/2010/abstracts/full/740.de
  • Yildiz J, Leonhäuser I-U (2010): Food shopping behaviour in times of restricted budget. Poster to be presented at the 9th Annual Meeting International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (ISBNPA), 9-12 June 2010. Minnesota
  • Banka M, Leonhaeuser I-U (2010): Research Project INGA 60+: Information behaviour on nutrition and health claims – Focus on consumers aged 60+. Abstract Book on 2010 Annual Conference of the ISBNPA, June 9-12, 2010, Minneapolis, University of Minnesota, School of Public Health, p 326-327
  • Jansen L, Leonhaeuser I-U (2009): Study ANNA50plus: acceptance of new nutrition labelling by consumers aged 50plus, 4th International Consumer Sciences Research Conference, 24 - 26 June 2009, Scotland (Edinburgh), p. 195-196.
  • Banka M, Leonhaeuser I-U (2009): Consumer behaviour on nutrition and health claims: focus on consumers aged 60+, 4th International Consumer Sciences Research Conference, 24 - 26 June 2009, Scotland (Edinburgh), p. 195-196.
  • Jansen L, Leonhaeuser I-U (2009): Acceptance of New Nutrition labelling by consumers aged 50plus (ANNA 50plus). 4th International Consumer Sciences Research Conference, 24 - 26 June 2009, Scotland (Edinburgh), p. 212-213.
  • Heumann N, Lemke S, Leonhäuser I-U, Kruger A (2008): Qualitative research exploring the influence of household composition and intra-household dynamics on nutrition security among farm workers, North West Province, South Africa. Abstract for the Nutrition Congress, Evidence based Nutrition: Leading the way in Innovation, 28.09. – 02.10. 2008, Pretoria South Africa. South African Journal of Clinical Nutrition 21(3), suppl. 1, p.195.
  • Köhler J, Leonhäuser I-U, Möser A, Zander U, Meier-Gräwe U (2008): Eating behaviour of German families of low socio-economic status. XXI. World Congress, International Federation for Home Economics, July, 26-31, 2008, Lucerne, Switzerland, Abstract Book, p.77.
  • Nduma IN, Leonhäuser I-U, Boland H, Bauer S (2008): Household-level determinants of adoption of improved agricultural technologies among smallholder farm households in Nakuru District, Kenya. XXI. World Congress, International Federation for Home Economics, July, 26-31, 2008, Lucerne, Switzerland, Abstract Book, p.11.
  • Parveen S, Leonhäuser I-U (2008): Measuring farm women’s access to productive resources: towards leading to empowerment. XXI. World Congress, International Federation for Home Economics, July, 26-31, 2008, Lucerne, Switzerland, Abstract Book, p.10.
  • Parveen S, Leonhäuser I-U (2008): Analysing the economic empowerment of women in farm households: Lessons from Rural Bangladesh. 8th International Conference, International Society for Third Sector Research (ISTR), 09. – 12.07. 2008, Barcelona, Spain. Abstract: http://www.istr.org/conferences/barcelona/cd/pdf/abstracts/Parveen.Shahnaj.pdf
  • Idalinya J, Bauer S, Leonhäuser I-U (2008): Interlinks between cash crops, food crops, food security and smallholder farming in Western Kenya: Disentangling the old rural development fashion? http://www.tropentag.de/2008/abstracts/full/448.pdf
  • Seemüller T, Rothe EC, Leonhäuser I-U (2008): Ambience: The influence of socio-demographic- and psychological factors on the perception and evaluation of meals. XXI. World Congress, International Federation for Home Economics, July, 26-31, 2008, Lucerne, Switzerland, Abstract book, p.78.
  • Walter C, Friedrich L, Leonhäuser I-U (2008): Nutritional and health behaviour of children in low-income families. XXI. World Congress, International Federation for Home Economics, July, 26-31, 2008, Lucerne, Switzerland, Abstract Book, p.19.
  • Zander U, Meier-Gräwe U, Möser A, Leonhäuser I-U, Köhler J (2008): Doing family meals: The food wok in modern German families. XXI. World Congress, International Federation for Home Economics, July, 26-31, 2008, Lucerne, Switzerland, Abstract Book, p.77.
  • Möser A, I-U Leonhäuser, U Zander und U Meier-Gräwe (2007): School lunch or eat at home? –An integrative behavioural research design. Poster to be presented at the 6th Annual Meeting International Society for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity (ISBNPA), 22. - 24.6.2007, Oslo.
  • Zander U, U Meier-Gräwe, I-U Leonhäuser und A Möser (2007): Routine daily food preparation and family diet – a qualitative study. Poster to be presented at the 6th Annual Meeting International Society for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity (ISBNPA), 22. - 24.6.2007, Oslo.
  • Heumann N, Lemke S, Leonhäuser I-U, Kruger A (2006a): Right to Food for everyone? Nutrition Security of Farm Worker Households in the North West Province, South Africa. Nutrition Congress 2006, 24-27.09.2006, Feather Market Centre, Port Elisabeth, South Africa. South African Journal of Clinical Nutrition 19 (suppl.3), p.9.
  • Heumann N, Lemke S, Leonhäuser I-U, Kruger A (2006b): Everyday Life Experiences of Farm Worker Households in the Context of Nutrition Security – Case Study of a South African Farm, North West Province. IUAES/PAAA/ASnA Intercongress, Transcending Postcolonial Conditions: Towards Alternative Modernities, University of Cape Town, South Africa, 3-7.12.2006, p.82.
  • Leonhäuser I-U (2006): Consumer Policy in Germany: A new era and perspectives for an integrative concept of consumer policy research. Abstracts - the 5th International Household & Family Research Conference: Human Perspectives on Sustainable Future, Savonlinna, Finland 6-9, June 2006, p.34.
  • Heumann N, Lemke S, Leonhäuser I-U, Kruger A (2005): “I won’t go hungry as long as my friends are here” - Social networks as response to nutrition insecurity among farm dwellers in the North West Province, South Africa. Oral presentation, Conference Anthropology Southern Africa 2005, Continuity, change and transformation: Anthropology in the 21st Century, University of KwaZulu Natal, Durban, South Africa, 22-24.09.2005.
  • Lemke S, Leonhäuser I-U, Heumann N, Kruger A (2005): Underlying Causes of Nutrition Insecurity among Farm Worker Households, North West Province, South Africa. Abstracts of the 18th International Congress of Nutrition, Durban, South Africa 19.–23.09.2005, Annals of Nutrition & Metabolism, 49 (suppl. 1) 1-440 (2005). Karger, p.57.
  • Möser A, Leonhäuser I-U (2005): Nutrition socialisation in German family households: opportunities and boundaries. Abstract Book the 4th Annual Meeting International Society for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity (ISBNPA), Amsterdam, 16.-18. June, p.130.
  • Möser A, Leonhäuser I-U, Zander U, Meier-Gräwe U (2005): Employment Rate of Women and Everyday Life Food Routines – An International Comparison. Abstracts - 18th International Congress of Nutrition, Durban, South Africa, 19.–23.09.2005. Annals of Nutrition & Metabolism, 49 (suppl. 1) 1-440 (2005). Karger, ISBN: 3-8055-8015-0 , p.367.
  • Parveen S, Leonhäuser I-U (2005): How empowered are the rural women? An empirical analysis from Bangladesh. Abstracts of the 18th International Congress of Nutrition, Durban, South Africa 19.–23.09.2005, Annals of Nutrition & Metabolism, 49 (suppl. 1) 1-440 (2005). Karger, ISBN: 3-8055-8015-0., p.95.
  • Seemüller T, Leonhäuser I-U (2005): The perception and evaluation of meals in two different real eating situations. In: CCFRA Elsevier: 6th Sensory Science Symposium. Harrogate, UK. 7.-11.08.2005, poster 95.
  • Zander U, Meier-Gräwe U, Möser A, Leonhäuser I-U (2005): Everyday Food Practices Exemplified by German Family Households. Abstract Book of the 18th International Congress of Nutrition, Durban, South Africa, 19.–23.09.2005, p.261.
  • Möser A, Zander U, Leonhäuser I-U, Meier U (2004): Food provisioning in family households – Triangulation of quantitative and qualitative research methods. Abstract 9th Karlsruhe Nutrition Congress “Consumer and Nutrition. Challenges and Chances for Research and Society”: Karlsruhe, 10.-12. October, p.183-185.
  • Parveen S, Leonhäuser I-U (2004): Empowerment of Rural Women in Bangladesh: A Household Level. Analysis. Abstracts of German Tropentag, Humbold-University, Berlin, 5.-7. October 2004, p.95. http://www.tropentag.de/2004/abstracts/full/382.pdf
  • Parveen S, Leonhäuser I-U, Dorandt S (2004): Perception of Rural Women on Gender Awareness in Bangladesh. Abstracts of the International IFHE Conference “Cooperation and Interdependence – Fostering Leadership and Home Economics for Healthy Communities”. Kyoto, Japan, 1.-7. August, p.57.
  • Seemüller T, Leonhäuser I-U, Oltersdorf U, Wild R (2004): Nutrition and Ambience: Influence factors during a meal. Nutrition Congress, Karlsruhe,10.-12. October 2004, p.195-206.
  • Seemüller T, Leonhäuser U-I, Oltersdorf U, Wild R (2004): Nutrition and Ambience: Influence Factors during a Meal. Abstract Book European Conference on sensory science of food and beverages “A sense of identity”. Florenz, 26.-29. September, poster 123.
  • Leonhäuser I-U, Bergmann K, Dorandt S (2002): Uncertainty of consumers: Explanations and Perspectives of Food Security. In: Pylvänäinen E (ed.): Abstracts of the International Household and Family Research Conference 2002 “Consumers and families as market actors”, Helsinki: Edita, p.85.
  • Leonhäuser I-U, Bergmann K, Dorandt S (2002): Uncertainty of consumers: Explanations and Expectations of Food Security. Suppl.: Abstracts of the International Household and Family Research Conference 2002. Helsinki, July 17-19, 2002
  • Leonhäuser I-U, Burkard M, Lehmkühler S, Dürr S, Köhler J (2002): Childrens nutrition in low income households: The state of the art. Recommendations for health promotion and nutrition programmes. European Journal of Public Health 12 (4 suppl.), p.19.
  • Dorandt S, Leonhäuser I-U (2001): Shopping strategies of private households regarding regional food. Ann Nutr Metab 45 (suppl. 1), p.553.
  • Leonhäuser I-U (2001): Food security and nutrition – a household perspective. Abstract to the FAO Symposium: Food Security and Safety. 17th International Congress of Nutrition 2001, Vienna, 27.-31. August, p.522-523.
  • Leonhäuser I-U (2001): Food security and nutrition – a household perspective. Ann Nutr Metab 45 (suppl. 1): 522-523.
  • Macedo S M, Leonhäuser I-U, De Almeida M D V (2001): Food Habits of Portuguese Migrant Population Living in Germany. Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism. Official Journal of the Federation of European Nutrition Societies. 17th International Congress of Nutrition, August 27-31, Vienna, Austria, Ann Nutr Metab 45 (suppl. 1), p.155.
  • Trichopoulou A, Naska A, Remaut A M, Cueto Eulert A P, Leonhäuser I-U et al. (2001): The DAFNE Databank as a Tool for Monitoring Disparities in Meat Availability in Europe. Official Journal of Federation of European Nutrition Societies. 17th International Congress of Nutrition, August 27-31, Vienna, Austria. Ann Nutr Metab 45 (suppl. 1): 549.
  • Kanellou A, Leonhäuser I-U, Trichopoulou A (2000): Comparing the impact of socio-demographic characteristics on the food purchases, based on the household budget surveys in Germany, Greece and Hungary, the DAFNE Project. In: Groot-Marcus JP (eds.): A new century: Focus on the future. The expanding role of Home Economics. Abstract Research Presentations, 19th World Congress of International Federation for Home Economics (IFHE), 24-29 July 2000, Accra (Ghana), p. 49.
  • Lehmkühler S, Leonhäuser I-U (2000): Nutritional Behaviour of low income families. In: Groot-Marcus JP (eds.): A new century: Focus on the future. The expanding role of Home Economics. Abstract Research Presentations, 19th World Congress of International Federation for Home Economics (IFHE), 24-29 July 2000, Accra (Ghana), p. 34.
  • Leonhäuser I-U (1997): Public Health and Nutrition in Germany: the State of the Art - Conclusions for an Integrated Concept. Proceedings, 3rd European Interdisciplinary Meeting of Working Association for Nutritional Behaviour and Social Science Research Center Berlin - Research Group Public Health / 20th, October, Berlin, p.C-54.
  • Leonhäuser I-U (1997): The need for action and reorientation to cope with everyday realities. Europe: Challenges for Everyday Living. Home Economics as a Vehicle for Social Care. International Workshop, 21.-23.Oct. 1996, Vienna) In: Proceedings, Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water, Austria (BMLF) p.45-150.
  • Klapp S, Leonhäuser I-U (1996): Lunch in Child Day-Care-Centers. Quality, Acceptance and Educational Aspects of the Menus. International Federation for Home Economics (IFHE) (eds.): Research Abstracts, 18th World Congress of IFHE, July, 21-26. Bangkok/Thailand, p. 19
  • Straka D, Leonhäuser I-U (1996): The influence of parents in supporting Health Promoting Schools. International Federation for Home Economics (IFHE) (eds.): Research Abstracts, 18th World Congress of IFHE, July, 21-26. Bangkok/Thailand, p. 20

 

 Poster

  • Schwarzenberg E-M, Heiny J, Leonhäuser I-U (2013): Food Consumption and Nutrition and Health Behaviour in Mountainous Regions of Georgia. 50. Scientific Congress of German Society of Nutrition e.V., 20.-22.03.2013, Bonn.
  • Blume-Werry R, Heiny J, Leonhäuser I-U (2013): Food Supply in Mountainous Regions of Georgia. 50. Scientific Congress of German Society of Nutrition e.V., 20.-22.03.2013, Bonn..
  • Yildiz J, Leonhäuser I-U (2013): Healthy eating despite restricted financial conditions? Findings from case studies from Giessen, Germany, Annual Conference of the ISBNPA, 22.-25.05.2013 Ghent, Belgium, Abstractbook: 642-643. Im Internet unter: http://secure.isbnpa.org/media/pdfs/abstracts/2013/ISBNPA2013_Abstract_Book.pdf
  • Banka M, Leonhäuser I-U (2010): Research project INGA 60+: Information behaviour on nutrition and health claims - Focus on consumers aged 60+, Annual Conference of the ISBNPA, 9.-12.06.2010 Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, Abstractbook (http://www.togpartners.com/isbnpa/ISBNPA%20Abstract%20Book%20PDF.pdf): 326.

 

  • Walter C, Friedrich L, Leonhäuser I-U, Jansen L (2007): Physical Activity of school aged children living in Nuremberg, Germany. 6th annual meeting of International Society for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity (ISBNPA), 20.-23-06.2007, Oslo, Norway.
  • Möser A, Leonhäuser I-U (2005): Nutrition socialisation in German family households: opportunities and boundaries. 4th Annual Meeting International Society for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity (ISBNPA), 16.-18.6.2005, Amsterdam.
  • Möser A, Leonhäuser I-U, Zander U, Meier-Gräwe U (2005): Employment Rate of Women and Everyday Life Food Routines – An International Comparison. 18th International Congress of Nutrition, 19.–23.9. 2005, Durban, South Africa.
  • Seemüller T, Leonhäuser I-U (2005): The perception and evaluation of meals in two different real eating situations. 6th Sensory Science Symposium, 7.-11. August 2005, Harrogate, UK.
  • Zander U, Meier-Gräwe U, Möser A, Leonhäuser I-U (2005): Everyday Food Practices Exemplified by German Family Households. 18th International Congress of Nutrition, 19.–23.9. 2005, Durban, South Africa.
  • Möser A, Zander U, Leonhäuser I-U, Meier U (2004): Food provisioning in family households – Triangulation of quantitative and qualitative research methods. Poster presentation on occasion of the9th Nutrition Congress Karlsruhe) Federal Research Centre for Nutrition and Food (BFEL) 10.–12.10.2004, Karlsruhe.
  • Oltersdorf U, Becker S, Bjarnason B, Gäbe K, Leonhäuser I-U, Meier-Ploeger A (2003): The Position of Fruits and Vegetables in the Diet of German School Children – Results of Several Case Studies. Poster for FENS-Congress, Rom.
  • Leonhäuser I-U (2002): “What is IFHE?” Poster presentation on the occasion of World Food Summit in Rom as representative of the International Federation of Home Economics (IFHE) (Nongovernmental organisation), 8.-12.6.2002, Rom.
  • Zander U, Munro I, Leonhäuser I-U (2002): “Apple or Chocolate?” Fruit and vegetable consumption of Australian children. International Household and Family Research Conference 2002, 17.-19.7.2002, Helsinki.
  • Dorandt S, Leonhäuser I-U (2001): Shopping Strategies of Private Households Regarding Regional Food. Presentation on the occasion of 17th International Congress of Nutrition. Organised by: Austrian Nutrition Society (ÖGE), The International Union of Nutritional Sciences (IUNS) and the University Vienna, 28.08.2001, Vienna.
  • Kanellou A, Leonhäuser I-U, Kaiser J (1999): Comparing the DAFNE-Household Budget Surveys’ Food Data with a Nutrition Survey in Germany. Poster presentation on the occasion of the 8th European Nutrition Conference, 17.-19.6.1999, Lillehammer/Norway.

 

Article in proceedings

  • Yildiz J, Leonhäuser I-U (2013): Healthy eating despite restricted financial conditions? Findings from case studies from Giessen, Germany, Annual Conference of the ISBNPA, 22.-25.05.2013 Ghent, Belgium, Abstractbook: 642-643.
    http://secure.isbnpa.org/media/pdfs/abstracts/2013/ISBNPA2013_Abstract_Book.pdf
  • Nduma IN, Leonhäuser I-U, Bauer S (2007): Agricultural Technology and Information Response Initiative (ATIRI) in Kenya: Influence of Intrinsic Farmer-Group Characteristics on Household Adoption of Demand-Led Improved Agricultural Technologies. In: Tielkes E (eds.): Tropentag 2007. Utilisation of diversity in land use systems: Sustainable and organic approaches to meet human needs, International Research on Food Security, Natural Resource Management and Rural Development. Book of abstracts. Göttingen: Cuvillier Publishing, p. 181-182.
  • Leonhäuser I-U (2005): Ecotrophology – The State Of The Art and Perspectives. In: BilaTserkva State Agrarian University, Institute of European Integration (ed.): Proceedings of the 1st international scientific – practical conference, p. 269-271.
  • Parveen S, Leonhäuser I-U (2005): How Empowered are the Rural Women? An Empirical Analysis from Bangladesh. Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Nutrition, September 19-23, Durban, South Africa.
  • Lemke S, Leonhäuser I-U, Heumann N, Kruger A (2005): Underlying Causes of Nutrition Insecurity among Farm Worker Households, North West Province, South Africa. Proceedings of the 18th International Congress of Nutrition in Durban, South Africa. Ann Nutr Metab 49: CD-Rom, p. 7.
  • Leonhäuser I-U, Köhler J, Walter C (2004): Do we need meat? Meat Consumption – Where does it go to? Proceedings of the Congress of the International Society of Animal Hygiene (ISAH), Vol.2, October 11-13, Saint Malo, France, p. 353-358.
  • Parveen S, Leonhäuser I-U (2004): Empowerment of Rural Women in Bangladesh – A Household Level Analysis. In: Peters KJ, Kirschke D, Manig W et al. (eds.): German Tropentag 2004. Rural Poverty Reduction through Research for Development and Transformation, International Research on Food Security, Natural Resource Management and Rural Development. Book of Abstracts. Köthen: druckhaus köthen GmbH, p. 95.
  • Parveen S, Leonhäuser I-U and Dorandt S (2004): Perception of Rural Women on Gender Awareness in Bangladesh. Proceedings of the 30th Congress of International Federation for Home Economics (IFHE), August 1-7,Kyoto, Japan.
  • Lemke S, Vorster HH, van Rensburg FJ, Ziche J, Leonhäuser I-U (2003): Poor but successful – Women and food security in South Africa. Abstract Book, International Conference: Poverty, Food & Health in Welfare. July 1-4, 2003, Lisbon – Portugal.
  • Leonhäuser I-U (2000): Respondence to the keynote-speech: The Expanding Role of Home Economics in Advocacy for Families and Households: Rural Households and the Global Village. XIX th World Congress of the International Federation for Home Economics (IFHE) in Accra / Ghana, 24 - 29 July 2000 In: IFHE (Ed.) Newsletter No.1 Dec.
  • Leonhäuser I-U (1997): The need for action and reorientation to cope with everyday realities. In: Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management, Austria (Eds.): International workshop „Europe: Challenges for Everyday Living. Home Economics as a Verhicle for Social Change“, p. 145-150.

 

Research reports (not released)

  • Dreschl-Bogale S, Leonhäuser I-U (2013): HENNA project-EDULINK, Final Narrative and Financial Report to the EU-Programme EDULINK.
  • Leonhäuser I-U, Dreschl-Bogale S, Höher M, Volz J, Hameso S, Tessema B (2011): Partnerships with Universities in Developing Countries in the framework of DIES (Dialogue on Innovative Higher Education Strategies). Evaluation of the Partnership Activities between the Centre for International Development and Environmental Research (ZEU) and International Office (IO JLU) of Justus Liebig University Giessen and the University of Hawassa (HU) from 2007-2010. Final Report
  • Walter C, Köhler J, Leonhäuser I-U (2004): Ethic reasons for food preferences and food selections. Chapter 3 of Work-package 2, Task 2.1 in line with EU-project NUTRISENEX: Improving the quality of life of elderly people by co-ordinating research into malnutrition of the elderly, p.51-66.