List and describe the five extrinsic factors in Hunter's theory of motivation
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... List and describe the five extrinsic factors in Hunter's theory of motivation. A. Madeline Hunter, an educator from of California, LosAngeles, developed a theory of motivation known as “intrinsic/extrinsic theory” (“Motivation,” par.49). Hunter believed that there are two aspects of motivation that work in human beings, i.e. the intrinsic, or internal, and the extrinsic, or external (“Motivation,” para.49). Without motivation, human beings do not work to their full potential. This fact applies to education also. Hunter knew that “no one can make a child learn” (“Relationships,” par.1). However, she believed that “circumstances in the environment can be arranged so that a child will be encouraged to...