RPT_390_Motivations_and_Constraints

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Motivations & Constraints
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Motivations Motivations Personally felt needs or desires that lead people to specific behaviors or actions in expectation of some kind of positive outcome/experience
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Intrinsic Motivations Intrinsic Motivations Needs within the individual that lead people to specific behaviors E.g., Maslow’s hierarchy of needs
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Extrinsic Motivations Extrinsic Motivations Motivations as influenced by pressures and forces from an individual’s social and cultural environment E.g., work, family, social class, culture, wellbeing
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Constraints Constraints Factors, elements or processes which inhibit people from participating in activities Two types Intervening/structural Antecedent
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Structural Constraints Structural Constraints Prevent and/or limit participation by intervening between preference and participation Examples?
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Antecedent Constraints Antecedent Constraints Negatively influence initial preference to participate Examples?
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