The Effect of Religiosity, Academic Background, and Students’ Activity on Students’ Ethical Judgement Towards Fraud and Corruption
Habib W. Alfachri, 16312215
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We are dealing with the ethical judgement many times and occasions in our daily activities. Therefore, the researcher wants to find out, how specifically religion, academic background, and also activity affecting the ethical judgement. This study was intended to find out the impact of religiosity, academic background, and also students’ activity in students’ ethical judgement towards fraud and corruption. This research was done using a quantitative approach with students from Universitas Islam Indonesia and also Universitas Teknologi Yogyakarta as the respondents. There are 206 respondents participated in this research, 103 from each campus, and those results are compared and analysed using multiple linear regression and compared by using independent sample t-test. The results of this study are the religiosity and students’ activities have a positive and significant relationship on students’ ethical judgement towards fraud and corruption, while the academic background has an insignificant impact on the ethical judgement.
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