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For more elaborate description, see [http://mature-ip.eu/files/deliverables/D1.1_Ethnographic_Studies_Knowledge_Maturing_Model.pdf Deliverable D1.1]

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As motivation is a wide and open field, the ethnographic studies have shown that it is more valuable to describe and address motivational barriers, rather than trying to decompose determinants of motivation as such. Those determinants rarely occur in isolation; real-world phenomena are complex mixtures so that the decomposition does not yield much added value. Barriers, however, and their systematizations allow for identification of different fields of intervention.

Within the MATURE project, a motivational model has been developed that identifies three different dimensions

For more elaborate description, see Deliverable D1.1