Perbedaan Kecurangan Akademis Siswa SMA ditinjau dari Jenis Kelamin dan Jurusan Sekolah

Rizka Ariyanti Razak

Abstract


Academic cheating is one of the phenomena that occur in the world of education. Many factors can affect academic cheating including internal, external, and demographics. This study aims to determine differences in academic cheating in terms of demographic factor (gender and schools majors) in high school. Subjects of this study (N = 86) were second-grade students from one of the public high school in Surabaya. Data collection techniques using non-probability sampling. The research method uses comparative quantitative, namely the Mann-Whitney U Test on gender variables and the Kruskall-Wallis test on school majors variables.The results of the Mann-Whitney U Test analysis showed that the significant value was 0.238 and the Kruskal-Wallis test results showed a significant value of 0.229.These results have a significance value greater than 0.05 (p> 0.05) which means there is no difference in academic cheating in terms of gender and school majors. Gender differences and school majors do not guarantee students not to commit academic cheating because the students has the same pressure to get high grades on subjects. This is also supported by the environment that implements the performance goal orientation.


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academic cheating; gender; school majors

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.24114/konseling.v20i1.22843

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