Findings also showed a significant effect on communication based on the parent/guardian is SES. Parents/guardians who reported lower incomes ($75, 000 or less) scored significantly lower on the financial knowledge scale than parents/guardians who reported higher incomes (more than $75, 000). Parents/guardians who reported more financial communication with their child had students who reported more communication about finances with their parent/guardian. Greater parent/guardian financial knowledge was associated with lower total communication as reported by parents/guardians; however, greater parental/guardianship communication was associated with higher student knowledge scores. Female students reported greater total financial communication with their parent/guardian than male students, as well as greater communication than males for most of the individual financial topics. Mothers/Female guardians also reported greater communication with their student about finances than fathers/male guardians reported, as well as greater communication than fathers/male guardians for most of the individual financial topics. Fathers/Male guardians talked with their children more about investments and the family's current financial situation than mothers/female guardians.Table 27 MANOVA of Students a#39; Communication Type Between Students who Did Not Have a Job and Students who had a ... job 145 2.67 4.78 No job 134 1.75 3.27 Use of credit cards 0.04 0.845 Part time paying job 145 1.32 3.12 No job 134anbsp;...
|Title||:||Financial Knowledge and Communication of Teenagers and Their Parent Or Guardian|
|Author||:||Patricia O'Connell Mullins|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|