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ArtikelThe mediating role of educational meaning in the relationship between home academic culture and academic performance  
Oleh: Bowen, Gary L. ; Bowen, Natasha K.
Jenis: Article from Bulletin/Magazine
Dalam koleksi: Family Relations vol. 47 no. 01 (Jan. 1998), page 45-51.
Topik: achievement; at-risk children; educational meaning; family; time use; school
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Isi artikelThis article examines the direct and indirect effects of home academic culture on the academic performance of 538 middle and high school student participants in the Communities In Schools (CIS) program. As hypothesized, and consistent with assumptions from social-cognitive-behavioral theory, home academic culture exerted an indirect effect on academic performance through educational meaning. An indirect path through time on homework was also revealed. Educational meaning and time on homework were positively and directly related to academic performance. Time on television had a small negative direct effect on academic performance. One demographic association found was that non- White students reported greater educational meaning than White students. Implications for research and practice are discussed.
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