The Effect of Religiosity and Self-Efficacy to Improve Students’ Literacy: A Study on Academic Cheating
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- Academic cheating; Religiosity; Self-efficacy; Literacy
This study aims to determine the effect of religiosity and self-efficacy to improve students’ literacy on students’ academic cheating partially and simultaneously. It was explanatory survey research that highlights the relationship between research variables by testing the hypotheses that had been formulated previously. This research was conducted at MI An-Nur (pseudonym) (Islamic elementary school) in East Java, with a sample of 81 students from 516 of the total population. The data were collected by using the questionnaire method as a self-report, in which students are asked to answer the questions by choosing an answer that suits them, Religiosity Scale, Self-efficacy Scale, and Academic Cheating Scale. All scales had already tested the validity with product-moment and the reliability was tested with Cronbach Alpha. The results were that all items used in this study were valid and reliable. Data analysis was done to determine the effect of each variable partially and simultaneously. The data analysis techniques in this study used multiple linear regression analysis models with F-test and T-test. The Findings were: (1) religiosity affected students’ academic cheating, (2) self-efficacy did not affect students’ academic cheating, and (3) religiosity and self-efficacy affected students’ academic cheating simultaneously.
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TY - CONF AU - Siti K. Khotimah AU - Ainun Nadhirah AU - Fathin Fadhilah AU - Netty Herawati PY - 2022 DA - 2022/01/13 TI - The Effect of Religiosity and Self-Efficacy to Improve Students’ Literacy: A Study on Academic Cheating BT - Proceedings of the International Conference on Madrasah Reform 2021 (ICMR 2021) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 331 EP - 339 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.220104.049 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.220104.049 ID - Khotimah2022 ER -