How would you explain the relationship between socio-cultural perspectives and perspectives on motivation and assessment?
The sociocultural perspective is one method of trying to understand why humans behave the way they do. This perspective seeks understanding by examining the rules of the social groups and subgroups that an individual belongs to. The reasoning is that these rules can often influence a person's actions. Some of the groups that can affect a person's behavior include the race, religion, social class, and peer groups they belong to.
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