ENHANCING STUDENT MOTIVATION AT COLLEGE LEVEL THROUGH EFFECTIVE CONFLICT MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES

Authors

  • Farida Siddique MPhil. Scholar, Department of Education, Minhaj University, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
  • Shafqat Ali Professor, Department of Education, Minhaj University, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
  • Iffat Basit Assistant Professor, Department of Education, Alhamd Islamic University Islamabad, Pakistan

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https://doi.org/10.53664/JSRD/05-02-2024-03-26-38

Abstract

This study investigated the impact of conflict management strategies (task, relationship, and value) on college students' motivation toward learning. A sample of 392 students from the intermediate classes in public and private colleges from urban & rural areas participated. Data were collected using a self-developed rating scale and analyzed with SPSS software. The results revealed that task conflict management showed little variations between school types, relation & value conflict management significantly affected motivation, with public schools outperforming private ones. Gender-based differences were noted in the relationship conflict management, with male respondents displaying lower motivation levels. Urban schools generally exhibited lower motivation than rural schools across all conflict resolution categories. Present results emphasized how crucial it is to use prevention approaches towards specific conflicts and to apply positive stimulation to students to promote more positive relations and thus motivate students in different educational environments. If the technologies employed where novelties’ little chance of support would be available to those lacking in IT expertise.

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Published

21-05-2024

How to Cite

Farida Siddique, Shafqat Ali, & Iffat Basit. (2024). ENHANCING STUDENT MOTIVATION AT COLLEGE LEVEL THROUGH EFFECTIVE CONFLICT MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES. JOURNAL OF SOCIAL RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT, 5(2), 26–38. https://doi.org/10.53664/JSRD/05-02-2024-03-26-38

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