Self-motivatedvolunteers give more hours on average and these volunteers who weremotivated enough to approach, their main organization on their own initiativegave more hours, on average, than other volunteers. The review of literaturesheds light upon various motivational components of volunteerism which mayfunction to encourage an individual by one or another way.
It is significantlyimportant to understand the human motivational factor when it comes to un-paidvolunteerism. The literature has enlightened several driving forces that makespeople to exert him/her self in the field of volunteerism. The person’s senseof determination for volunteerism is also a subject to learn. The volunteershave a pre-determined objective which transform under certain motivationalfactor and engage people to volunteerism.
Two variable that has talk about inarticle is internal and external components of motivation. There are apparentbarriers in any volunteerism however, it would become an essential tounderstand the motivational factors to learn more about one’s interest and selfinvolvement towards the object (Johnson, 2017)These articles have focused onsuch motivational factors which are found most common among the people who areinvolve in un-paid volunteerism. The reason to study these factor is to analysethe ability, behaviour, strength, and effort toward a goal that aroused,sustained and stopped them.
The student motivational factors are also oftensame as in general, this would mainly have separated between extrinsic andintrinsic motivational factor. The main and yet often general motivationalfactors include socialization, sense of community, service learning and anothersocial requirement. However, there are other motivational factors for studentvolunteerism which has good amount of weight among the all motivationalfactors.
The entire terms of motivation in volunteerism is to provide distinctimage and demonstration of how these factors should have utilize to get to geta great satisfaction among volunteers and achieve higher intentions to continuewith volunteerism ( (Stukas, 2016)