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Nhan đề: Factors associated with low educational motivation among ethnic minority students in Vietnam.
Tác giả: Tien, Tran Ngoc
Từ khoá: Academic performance
Educational motivation
Ethnic minority students
Việt Nam
Tùng thư/Số báo cáo: Ritsumeikan Journal of Asia Pacific Studies;Volume 32, 2013
Tóm tắt: This paper discusses the issue of academic underachievement among ethnic minority students at secondary level in Lam Dong Province, Vietnam through an examination of the factors relating to low educational motivation and its consequences for academic performance. The findings revealed that ethnic minority students faced numerous challenges in gaining and/or maintaining adequate motivation for education. They did not enjoy sufficient conducive conditions for formal schooling, and their living environment was not appropriate for good educational performance. Otherfactors included limited parental engagement, low level of peer support, and above all low occupational outcomes that reduced the motivation to view education asa social ladder. As a result, they undervalued education, hardly accepting that education could result in positive outcomes 102 in their life, and therefore they lacked motivational attitudes and aspirations for high educational performance.
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