This research used survey methods and an evolutionary context to explore the relationship between children’s perceptions of their parent’s academic engagement, children’s personal characteristics and their school achievement motivation. A sample of 100 students, 50 of urban and rural each, was selected for this purpose. Parents of academically motivated children have a cordial relationship with their children. Evidence shows that students have an advantage in school when their parents encourage and support their school activities. Parents of urban children are more optimistic, encouraging, caring and displaying more empathy for their children than parents of rural children.

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This research used survey methods and an evolutionary context to explore the relationship between children’s perceptions of their parent’s academic engagement, children’s personal characteristics and their school achievement motivation. A sample of 100 students, 50 of urban and rural each, was selected for this purpose. Parents of academically motivated children have a cordial relationship with their children. Evidence shows that students have an advantage in school when their parents encourage and support their school activities. Parents of urban children are more optimistic, encouraging, caring and displaying more empathy for their children than parents of rural children.

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This research used survey methods and an evolutionary context to explore the relationship between children’s perceptions of their parent’s academic engagement, children’s personal characteristics and their school achievement motivation. A sample of 100 students, 50 of urban and rural each, was selected for this purpose. Parents of academically motivated children have a cordial relationship with their children. Evidence shows that students have an advantage in school when their parents encourage and support their school activities. Parents of urban children are more optimistic, encouraging, caring and displaying more empathy for their children than parents of rural children.

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Effect of parental encouragement on achievement motivation of adolescents of rural and urban area

Dr. Kanika Khare

Assistant Professor, K.C. Bajaj College, Nagpur, India Google Scholar More about the auther

DIP: 18.01.111/20190704

DOI: 10.25215/0704.111

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This research used survey methods and an evolutionary context to explore the relationship between children’s perceptions of their parent’s academic engagement, children’s personal characteristics and their school achievement motivation. A sample of 100 students, 50 of urban and rural each, was selected for this purpose. Parents of academically motivated children have a cordial relationship with their children. Evidence shows that students have an advantage in school when their parents encourage and support their school activities. Parents of urban children are more optimistic, encouraging, caring and displaying more empathy for their children than parents of rural children.

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18.01.111/20190704

10.25215/0704.111

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Published in   Volume 07, Issue 4, October-December, 2019