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A comparative study of matriculation students' motivation for learning mathematics according to gender in five Burmese Migrant Learning Centers in Mae Sot, Thailand (Digital Production Press, Assumption University, 2015)
Among the several components of motivation for learning, the individual's sense of goal orientations, the impression and value of learning tasks, control of learning beliefs and perceptions of personal self-efficacy for learning are important components of the Social Cognitive Theory of Motivation for Learning, which provides the theoretical framework for this study. A number of studies have found that the gender gap in mathematics is highly correlated to perception of the culture of gender inequality in a society. The objectives of this study ...