ACHIEVEMENT MOTIVATION OF ADOLESCENTS WITH AND WITHOUT HEARING IMPAIRMENT: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS By Aiswarya M. and Dr.A.Hameed

Abstract 

 Achievement Motivation can be considered as the ability to achieve heights and better denominations in life. It is the inner thirst of a person to enhance the standards of one’s own personal as well as social designations. Present study is an attempt to find out and compare the level of Achievement Motivation among adolescents with and without Hearing Impairment. Sample size of the study was 100 students where 50 students were with Hearing Impairment and 50 students, without Hearing Impairment. Deo – Mohan Achievement Motivation Scale was used for data collection. Computation of Frequencies and Percentages and Mean Difference Analysis were used for analysing the collected data. The study reveals that there exists significant difference between Achievement Motivation of students with and without Hearing Impairment. As per the results of the study, adolescents with Hearing Impairment found to have better Achievement Motivation than that of students without Hearing Impairment. 

Keywords: Achievement Motivation, Adolescents with Hearing Impairment, Adolescents without Hearing Impairment, Comparative Analysis

[1] Senior Research Fellow, Department of Education, University of Calicut

[2] Assistant Professor, Department of Education, University of Calicut

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