The study reported here explored level of interest and preferred delivery method of Extension programming related to financial management and relationship skills education. These two subjects comprise areas of Extension that often receive less recognition but appear as pertinent issues in the lives of many individuals. Using a diverse sample of 512 residents from the state of Georgia, findings from the study indicate high levels of interest for receiving information in both program areas. Additionally, findings highlight how delivery method preferences depend on both the particular audience and particular content areas.
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Futris, T. G., Nielsen, R. B., & Barton, A. W. (2011). Financial Management and Relationship Skills Education: Gauging Consumer Interest and Delivery Preferences. The Journal of Extension, 49(4), Article 2. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol49/iss4/2