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MOTIVATION - THE FACILITATOR FACTOR OF THE INCULTURATION PHENOMENON IN SCHOOL

Emil Lazä‚r
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Emil Lazä‚r: University of Craiova

Social Sciences and Education Research Review, 2017, vol. 4, issue 1, 88-97

Abstract: The present study proposes an analysis of motivation, in the context of its development within the fundamental institution that produces, manages and disseminates knowledge: namely, school. Within the (de facto) present context we wanted to reflect on the importance of the motivation in implementing the socio-cultural factors of the reference background (school), these playing an essential role in shaping and structuring the individual in terms of psycho-behavioral and with ideological value, resulting in the process of enculturation. In the circumscribed area of pedagogy, there is a conceptual approach, as a reflection of shades of the terms: acculturation, enculturation, inculturation, highlighting commonalities or differences as opposing to the approached situations, offering useful coordinates for thorough analysis of the interaction processes. A conclusion and also an objective, finally emerge by finding strategies, methods and pedagogical techniques, to reduce current problems, that lead to a higher demotivation, which are to be validated by the results obtained in schools, and they remain culturation factors insofar that the values they promote keep their high standards.

Keywords: motivation; inculturation; school; culture (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: A2 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2017
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