Financial Literacy Education in the United States: Library Programing versus Popular Personal Finance Literature
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Publisher:American Library Association
Citation:Faulkner, A. (2016). Financial Literacy Education in the United States: Library Programming versus Popular Personal Finance Literature. Reference & User Services Quarterly, 56(2), 116-125. https://doi.org/10.5860/rusq.56n2.116
It is essential that librarians providing financial literacy programming understand how their programming ties in with the available personal finance literature. Consequently, this article intends to explore the interplay between the differing audiences, content and goals addressed by the popular personal finance genre and financial literacy library programming respectively. The author will explore how library programming and the most popular financial literacy resources compare and contrast, and address how overlap, and the surprising degree of separation between these mediums, will impact the financial literacy education accessible to various demographic groups and the role library programming may play in the movement to come.
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