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Culture, motivation, and learning: a multicultural perspective

Zusho A, Njoku H ...see all

Culture, Motivation and Learning: A Multicultural Perspective (2007) pp. 91-113 Published by Information Age Publishing

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Abstract

The current st~~tly attempts to extend our understanding of how cultitral factors relate to basic ~noti\;ational processes, specifically achievement goals. Analyses were guided by the following two questions: First, are there rnean- level differences in goal endorsement? And second, do the patterns of rela- tions between the goals vary across ethnic and c~~ltr~ral ally diverse samples are presented, incl~~ding and Anglo A~ner-ican lines? Data on cultur- Asian Americans, Nigerian, students. In general, the findings of both correlational and factor analyses suggest that the theo~,etical distinction between mastery (i.e., intrinsic) and performance (i.e., extrinsic) goals may not be as precise as theory would suggest, particularly fol. tltose students from interdepen- dent c\~ltures

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Authors

  • Akane Zusho

  • Hyacinth Njoku

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