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Title Learning in culture and context : approaching the complexities of achievement motivation in student learning / Janine Bempechat, Julian G. Elliott, editors.

Published San Francisco : Jossey-Bass, 2002.

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Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bund  370.154 LEAR {Bund81 20190820}    AVAILABLE
Physical description 114 pages ; 23 cm.
Series New directions for child and adolescent development, 1520-3247 ; no. 96.
New directions for child and adolescent development. 1520-3247 ; no. 96.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents 1. Culture and Contexts of Achievement Motivation / Julian G. Elliott, Janine Bempechat 7 -- 2. Parenting Self-Efficacy Among Japanese Mothers: Qualitative and Quantitative Perspectives on Its Association with Childhood Memories of Family Relations / Susan D. Holloway, Kazuko Y. Behrens 27 -- 3. Learning Models in Different Cultures / Jin Li 45 -- 4. Achievement Motivation Across Cultures: Some Puzzles and Their Implications for Future Research / Neil Hufton, Julian G. Elliott, Leonid Illushin 65 -- 5. Implicit Theories of Intelligence Across Academic Domains: A Study of Meaning Making in Adolescents of Mexican Descent / Gisell Quihuis, Janine Bempechat, Norma V. Jimenez, Beth A. Boulay 87 -- 6. Contexts and Culture in Psychological Research / Robert A. LeVine 101.
Summary Advances in achievement motivation theory, combined with an increased interest in cross-national comparisons of academic achievement, have resulted in a burgeoning research literature on ethnic and cultural influences on student motivation and achievement. In their attempts to place achievement differences in cultural context, many investigators have focused on the ways in which culture exerts its unique influence on the socialization of academic achievement. Yet in continuing to rely on traditional, quantitative methods of inquiry, our understanding of the nature of these differences has become stagnant. This volume of New Directions for Child and Adolescent Development considers the greater insights that come from research that is contextualized, emphasizes individual meaning making, and embraces methods of inquiry that allow for a deep conceptual understanding of the rich and varied ways in which achievement and motivation develop both between and within cultures and contexts of learning.
Other author Bempechat, Janine, 1956-
Elliott, Julian, 1955-
Subject Achievement motivation in children.
Achievement motivation in adolescence.
Variant Title Achievement motivation in student learning.
ISBN 0787963240