Analyzing the Motivational Factors to Learn Functional English in students of Mass Communication at University of Sindh

Authors

  • Jan-e-Alam Solangi University of Sindh Jamshoro
  • Yusra Shahani University of Sindh Jamshoro

Keywords:

English, Extrinsic, Intrinsic, Mass Communication, Motivation

Abstract

This study shall attempt exploration of the extrinsic and intrinsic factors of motivation that empowers the students of Mass Communication students at the University of Sindh in their first year to contemplate subject of Functional English. The study attempts to examine that the mass communication students are all the more outwardly persuaded to use English language for communication. First year undergraduate students have been taken as participants for the study. 100 participants were selected as a sample from the research population. The overall survey comprises of 13 questions with the participant students to respond to all the statements. Dornyei's survey questionnaire was adapted to answer the research questions. It reflected to explore the natural and outward persuasive elements in English language students at the department of mass communication. SPSS programming software was used for the analysis of information that is gathered from the investigation. The examination addressed that in mass communication department, the students for English language are all more outwardly persuaded to communicate with capability. It is in contrast to inborn inspirational components. It was long lasted addressed to the factors that are extrinsic in nature like attaining graduation degree, going after a superior position after their graduation were among the extraneous variables that were being prioritized. These were seen as components to be focused to learn English in examination.

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Published

2022-06-30

How to Cite

Solangi, J.- e-A., & Shahani, Y. (2022). Analyzing the Motivational Factors to Learn Functional English in students of Mass Communication at University of Sindh. Pakistan Journal of Media Sciences, 3(1), 320–346. Retrieved from https://media-sciences.com/index.php/pjms/article/view/102

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Articles in English