The Relationship Between Self-Esteem and Academic Motivation Among Male Secondary Education Students
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Master of Arts
Linda J. Cowden
The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between self-esteem and academic motivation among male adolescents. Sixty-five male students from a St. Louis area college preparatory school volunteered to participate in this study. These students completed a test consisting of Russell Ivan's (1969) Academic Motivation Scale and Morris Rosenberg's (1965) Self-Esteem Scale. A Pearson-Product Moment correlation analysis was performed to determine the correlation between the two scales. The results suggest that self-esteem is not correlated with academic motivation among adolescent males.
Burke, John Luddy III, "The Relationship Between Self-Esteem and Academic Motivation Among Male Secondary Education Students" (1998). Theses. 211.
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