How do I find information about financial literacy? Last Updated: Mar 30, 2021 Views: 23
Start your research for financial literacy in Opposing Viewpoints in Context.
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personal financial literacy
You may need to scroll through the results to find information that is applicable to your focus. You can use the links on the page to limit the results to magazines, academic articles, videos, or more. This is a general topic and you may need to narrow down your focus. Select a source type (magazines) and then click on the Subjects box on the right side of the page.
For more information, try one of our other databases, like EBSCOhost, using more specific terms.
Copy and paste the searches below into the search box. The two letters before the search terms (i.e. "SU" or "TI") is a shorthand way of searching specific areas of an article (like subjects or the title) to narrow the search. In the future, you can use the Advanced Search link to select fields that you want to search.
TI "personal financial literacy"
Click on the search button.
Try these other searches:
SU "financial literacy" AND SU "financial management"
SU "financial literacy" AND SU children "financial literacy" AND (important* or value)
The quotation marks tell the database to search for the terms as a phrase and the asterisk (*) searches for all forms of the word (important, importance).
And try this method: type in financial literacy letter by letter. As you do, topics starting with this will be listed in a dropdown from the search box. You can scroll down to one that looks helpful and click on it and then go to the results.
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