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  • Arkadiusz Pietluch
Arkadiusz Pietluch
Polonia
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8260-9001
Núm. 38 (2022): Junio, Artículos, Páginas 229-246
DOI: https://doi.org/10.30827/portalin.vi38.23596
Recibido: Dec 30, 2021 Aceptado: Mar 17, 2022 Publicado: Mar 23, 2022
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Las corrientes motivacionales dirigidas describen un compromiso intensificado a largo plazo en busca de una identidad futura altamente deseada. Si bien los fundamentos teóricos del constructo están bien establecidos y es posible observar un creciente interés de la investigación en la inducción de corrientes en tiempo real, especialmente en el contexto de las lenguas extranjeras (FL), se sabe poco respecto a los factores específicos que contribuyen a la atípica longevidad de las DMC, ya que se cree que las corrientes abarcan escalas de tiempo de meses o incluso años. Este estudio de método mixto es, por tanto, un intento de llenar el vacío existente en la investigación sobre las DMC. Una vez realizada la fase inicial de la investigación, que buscaba identificar casos prospectivos de DMC entre 247 estudiantes de inglés como lengua extranjera (EFL) en escuelas de idiomas privadas, se aplicó el análisis temático para examinar la naturaleza exacta de las experiencias de DMC identificadas. Se identificaron dos factores primarios que contribuyen a la longevidad de las DMC, a saber, el crecimiento de la autonomía de los estudiantes y la reaparición del objetivo propio de las DMC.

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