Effect of Discipline Learn, Learn Independence, Achievement Motivation, and Conformity Peers on Cheating Behavior

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Osly Usman

State University of Jakarta - Faculty of Economics

Nabilla Hanum Erwananda

State University of Jakarta, Faculty of Economics

Date Written: December 28, 2019

Abstract

This study aims to determine whether the effect of the Discipline Learning, Learning Independence, Achievement Motivation, and Conformity Peers against Cheating Behavior. The research was carried out for two months, starting in November to December 2019. The research method used was survey method with approach of causality. The population in this study were students totaling 201 respondents. Data collection techniques using literature techniques and questionnaires. Data were analyzed using SmartPLS software version 3. PLS (Partial Least Square) with structural equation analysis (SEM). Results showed that each variable has the same effect. It can be said, if the higher Discipline Studying the lower the intensity of students in cheating. Learning self-reliance is high then the lower the intensity of students in cheating. Achievement motivation is higher, the higher also the intensity of students in cheating. Conformity Peer higher also the intensity of students in higher cheat. The above description shows that there are significant jointly and significant correlation between Discipline Learning, Learning Independence, Achievement Motivation, and Conformity Peers.

Keywords: Discipline Learning, Learning Independence, Achievement Motivation, Conformity Peers, Cheating Behavior, Education

Suggested Citation

Usman, Osly and Erwananda, Nabilla Hanum, Effect of Discipline Learn, Learn Independence, Achievement Motivation, and Conformity Peers on Cheating Behavior (December 28, 2019). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3510464 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3510464

Osly Usman

State University of Jakarta - Faculty of Economics ( email )

Jakarta, ID Jakarta
Indonesia

Nabilla Hanum Erwananda (Contact Author)

State University of Jakarta, Faculty of Economics ( email )

Jakarta Timur, Jakarta
Indonesia

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