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Title: Impacts of online financial literacy training on battered women
Authors: Nguyen, Hoa T.
Keywords: Financial literacy training
Financial self-efficacy scale
Battered women
Program evaluation
Issue Date: 2012
Abstract: Economic security is critical to enable battered women to escape and not return to an abusive relationship. Financial literacy training has gained greater attention in the United States recently, especially since the economic crisis. This study attempts to measure the impacts of an online financial literacy training on battered women’s (1) financial literacy; (2) financial self-efficacy; and (3) self-esteem, using a quasi-experimental design. Standardized measurement for financial literacy and financial self-efficacy will be developed as a part of this study. Feedback from participants on how best to deliver the training and their financial needs will also be collected.
URI: http://purl.umn.edu/123372
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