Socially Oriented Motivational Goals and Academic Achievement: Similarities Between Native and Anglo Americans

@article{Ali2014SociallyOM,
  title={Socially Oriented Motivational Goals and Academic Achievement: Similarities Between Native and Anglo Americans},
  author={Jinnat Ali and D. M. Mcinerney and R. Craven and A. S. Yeung and Ronnel B. King},
  journal={The Journal of Educational Research},
  year={2014},
  volume={107},
  pages={123 - 137}
}
  • Jinnat Ali, D. M. Mcinerney, +2 authors Ronnel B. King
  • Published 2014
  • Psychology
  • The Journal of Educational Research
  • ABSTRACT The authors examined the relations between two socially oriented dimensions of student motivation and academic achievement of Native (Navajo) American and Anglo American students. Using confirmatory factor analysis, a multidimensional and hierarchical model was found to explain the relations between performance and social goals. Four first-order goal constructs (competition, social power, affiliation, and social concern) represented by 2 higher order factors (performance and social… CONTINUE READING

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