The Effect of Interest in Learning, Self-Efficacy and Peer Conformity on Cheating Behavior
15 Pages Posted: 12 Jul 2019
Date Written: July 5, 2019
The case of cheating seems to be an inseparable thing in education in Indonesia. Cure behavior can be derived from internal or external actors of a student. Students who are familiar with the behavior of cheating will be hard to leave. This research was conducted in Indonesia by using the object of vocational students in Jakarta. The sample used for this study was 145 respondents. This study aims to: 1) determine the effect of learning interest in cheating behavior; 2) knowing the effect of self-efficacy on cheating behavior ; 3) knowing the effect of peer conformity on cheating behavior; and 4) influence interest in learning, self-efficacy, and peer conformity towards cheating behavior. The population in this study were vocational school students in East Jakarta. To answer the hypothesis in this study using multiple regression with F test and t test. It can be concluded that: (1) there is no influence of the family environment on learning motivation; (2) there is an effect of learning readiness on learning motivation;(3) there is no influence of learning discipline on learning motivation; and (4) there is no influence of family environment, learning readiness, and learning discipline on learning motivation.
Keywords: Interest in Learning, Self Efficacy, Peer Conformity, Cheating Behavior
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