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In line with this distinction, intrinsic motivation and extrinsic motivation have .
In line with this distinction, intrinsic motivation and extrinsic motivation have different associations with reading attainment. We consequently used parental occupation and home educational resources as important indicators of family SES. We also expected to find the status of parents’ respective occupations and the presence of plentiful educational resources at home playing key roles in fostering children’s reading development.
Furthermore, the few publications regarding the motivations and expectations of English primary .
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Negative Influence Of Parents On Children: Negative parenting style can be detrimental to a child’s development and behavior. Children who are victims of bad parenting are two times more likely to misbehave in front of others. They may often curse in front of their children. A child may learn how to swear just by imitating his parents.