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Motifs « identitaires » d'engagement en formation et motivation à la formation

Abstract : This study takes as its starting points the acknowledged fact that the society of Reunion Island is characterised by high levels of exclusion from employment, as well as the behaviour of trainees under­taking vocational courses, as observed by teaching teams. It attempts to assess the importance of the role played by identity-based motives, within the context of individuals’ engagement on training courses, in the expression and develop­ment of training motivation. Projects, motivation processes (self-determination, skills perception, etc.) and the high dropout rate amongst trainees registered on vocational courses in Personalised Training Workshops (APP) are analysed and related to the identity-based motives underlying engagement on training courses. The results reveal the connec­tions between motivation processes and the role of identity in motivation. The study also highlights the lack of real motivation at the start of training courses, especially in terms of attendance levels, a factor which is particularly important in the case of self-training programmes within an institutional context such as that offered by the Personalised Training Workshops.
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Julien Vernet. Motifs « identitaires » d'engagement en formation et motivation à la formation. Kabaro, revue internationale des Sciences de l'Homme et des Sociétés, 2005, L'identité et la construction de l'identité dans les îles du Sud-Ouest de l'océan Indien, III (3-4), pp.121-130. ⟨hal-03485417⟩



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