Perceived obligation and language learning motivation: a preliminary inquiry into the individual versus group obligation orientations of Japanese EFL high school students and their motivation to learn English

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Title: Perceived obligation and language learning motivation: a preliminary inquiry into the individual versus group obligation orientations of Japanese EFL high school students and their motivation to learn English
Author: Rubrecht, Brian Guenter
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Department: Curriculum and Instruction
Subject: English language--Study and teaching (Secondary)--Japan Motivation in education--Japan Achievement motivation in adolescence--Japan Competition (Psychology) in adolescence--Japan Second language acquisition
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2152/2183
Date: 2004

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