Panorama ◽  
2021 ◽  
Vol 15 (29) ◽  
pp. 13-31
Herdian Herdian ◽  
Fatin RN Wahidah

Academic dishonesty is still a concern of researchers in various parts of the world. this is because there are still many academicians doing this unethical behavior. We examine how Grit plays a role in academic dishonesty. Does grit guarantee students not to commit academic dishonesty? A quantitative approach is used in this research. A total of 408 students in Indonesia participated (M = 95; F = 313). The measuring instrument used is the Academic Dishonesty Scale adapted from Ampuni et, al (2019) with α = 0.860 and the Grit Scale for Children and Adult used by Wahidah (2019) with α = 0.727. The results show that Grit has a significant negative effect on academic dishonesty. The more gritty, the lower the academic dishonesty will be. We also discuss the implications in relation to education

account ◽  
2020 ◽  
Vol 7 (1) ◽  
Gledis Angrayni Mustari ◽  
Efriyanto Iyan ◽  
Nedsal Sixpria

PENGARUH FINANCING TO DEPOSIT RATIO (FDR), NON PERFORMING FINANCING (NPF) DAN BIAYA OPERASIONAL PENDAPATAN OPERASIONAL (BOPO) TERHADAP PROFITABILITAS PADA BRI SYARIAH PERIODE 2011-2018 Gledis Angrayni [email protected]@gmail.comNedsal [email protected] Program Studi Keuangan dan Perbankan Syariah Politeknik Negeri Jakarta  ABSTRACTThe purpose of this research is to examine the influence of FDR, NPF and BOPO to Profitability that measure with ROA. The approach used in this research is quantitative approach. The object of this research is PT BRISyariah, Tbk. The research used quarterly period annual report of PT BRISyariah Tbk since 2011-2018 and data from OJK. The data analyzed by multiple linear regression and completed by a classic assumption and descriptive statistics. Hypotheses test used t-statistic and f-statistic at level significance 5%. The result has shown that FDR and NPF variables has no effect significant to ROA. While BOPO has a significant negative effect to ROA. The value of coefficient determination showed that the result is 82% of the variation of the dependent variable can be explained by the independent variables in the model. While the reduce 18% is explained by other causes that are not included in the model. Keywords: FDR, NPF, BOPO, Profitability (ROA) ABSTRAKPenelitian ini bertujuan untuk menguji pengaruh FDR, NPF dan BOPO terhadap Profitabilitas yang diukur dengan ROA. Pendekatan penelitian ini yaitu menggunakan pendekatan kuantitatif. Objek penelitian ini adalah PT BRISyariah, Tbk. Dengan menggunakan data laporan keuangan triwulan periode 2011-2018 dan data dari Otoritas Jasa Keuangan. Teknik analisis data yang digunakan adalah regresi linier berganda dilengkapi uji asumsi klasik dan statistik deskriptif. Hipotesis diuji menggunakan uji t dan uji f dengan tingkat signifikansi 5%. Hasil penelitian ini menyatakan bahwa FDR dan NPF tidak berpengaruh signifikan terhadap ROA. Sedangkan BOPO berpengaruh negatif signifikan terhadap ROA. Sementara secara bersama-sama FDR, NPF dan BOPO berpengaruh signifikan terhadap ROA. Nilai dari koefisien determinasi menunjukan hasil sebesar 82%, yang berarti sebesar 82% dari variasi variabel terikat bisa dijelaskan oleh variabel bebas dalam model tersebut, sedangkan sisanya sebesar18% dipengaruhi oleh faktor lain yang tidak dimasukan ke dalam model penelitian.Kata kunci: FDR, NPF, BOPO, Profitabilitas (ROA)

2018 ◽  
Vol 3 (01) ◽  
pp. 42 ◽  
Siti Rohima

<p><span class="fontstyle0">This study aims to determine the effect of PAD, DAU, regional expenditure and<br />economic growth to the development gaps in the province of South Sumatra.<br />The data used is secondary data in the GRDP, regional expenditure, PAD and<br />DAU per district / city in the period 2008- 2015. In this study, using a quantitative approach. Technical analysis of using Williamson index calculation and linear regression. These results indicate that the PAD and Expenditure have a positive effect, on the contrary DAU and economic growth have a significant negative effect on the development gaps District / City in the<br />province of South Sumatra.</span></p><p><span class="fontstyle0"><br /></span><span class="fontstyle2">JEL Classification: </span><span class="fontstyle0">H70, H77, O10</span></p><p><span class="fontstyle0"><br /></span><span class="fontstyle2">Keywords: </span><span class="fontstyle0">DAU, Development inquality, Economic Growth, PAD, Regional<br />Expenditure</span></p>

2022 ◽  
Vol 2 (3) ◽  
pp. 6-13
. Herdian ◽  
Nadia Dwi Suci Ningtyas Putri

The COVID-19 pandemic is still being felt until September 2021 in several countries around the world. We examine the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, especially on unethical behavior during online learning—other phenomena such as ego depletion trigger academic dishonesty behavior that occurs. A total of 92 students participated in this research. The measurement tool uses the ego depletion scale and the academic dishonesty scale. The results show that ego depletion is a significant predictor of academic dishonesty. The contribution of ego depletion to academic dishonesty is 16.3%. Ego fatigue makes students choose an easier academic path, which they feel has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. So that the behavior of academic dishonesty increases. The implications and research suggestions are discussed in detail.

2018 ◽  
Vol 63 (4) ◽  
pp. 839-868 ◽  
Dov H. Levin

What are the effects of partisan electoral interventions on the subsequent character of the regime in the targeted country? Partisan electoral interventions have been frequently used by the great powers ever since the rise of meaningful competitive elections around the world. Such interventions have been found to have significant effects on the results of the intervened elections determining in many cases the identity of the winner. Nevertheless, there has been little research on the effects of partisan electoral interventions on the target’s subsequent level of democracy. This study investigates this question, testing three hypotheses derived from relevant political science literatures. I find suggestive evidence that covert electoral interventions have a significant negative effect on the target’s democracy increasing its susceptibility to a democratic breakdown. I also find preliminary evidence that the identity of the intervener has a mediating effect on the negative effects of covert interventions.

2021 ◽  
Vol 7 (1) ◽  
pp. 20-30
Fahrul Rozi

This research aims to determine the role of the disposition of patience on the effect of self-efficacy on academic cheating. Participants involved in this study were 340 people with 38% women (mean age of all subjects = 19.3 and SD = 2.01). The measuring instrument used to measure the self-efficacy variable is the General Self Efficacy Scale (Schwarzer & Jerusalem, 1995), the patience variable is measured by the First version of the Patience Scale (El Hafiz Lila, Rozi, Ilham, 2013), and the academic cheating variable is measured by the Academic Dishonesty Scale (Bashir & Bala, 2018). The statistical analysis used in this study is the moderating analysis of Process Hayes (2013) which provides an overview of the role of the disposition of patience on the effect of self-efficacy on academic cheating. The disposition of patience will strengthen the negative effect of self-efficacy on academic cheating. The results show that patience acts as a significant moderating variable on the effect of self-efficacy on academic cheating and the disposition of patience strengthens the negative effect between these variables. Where, the negative effect on the effect of self-efficacy on academic cheating depends on the disposition of the level of patience. The higher the disposition of patience, the higher the negative effect of self-efficacy on academic cheating.

Joko Sustiyo

Abstrak Tujuan penelitian ini untuk mengetahui pengaruh literasi keuangan terhadap perilaku konsumtif. Penelitian ini menggunakan pendekatan kuantitatif. Mahasiswa Program Studi DIII Akuntansi Jurusan Akuntansi Politeknik Keuangan Negara STAN adalah responden yang merupakan representasi generasi Z. Analisis data menggunakan analisis deskriptif dan analisis regresi. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan dua hal sebagai berikut, (1) capaian tingkat literasi keuangan mahasiswa adalah 62%, (2) literasi keuangan berpengaruh negatif secara signifikan pada perilaku konsumtif. Dengan demikian, perilaku konsumtif generasi Z dapat diminimalisir melalui peningkatan literasi keuangan. Abstract This study is to determine the effect of financial literacy on consumer behavior by using a quantitative approach. The subjects of this research were students of the Accounting Study Program Department of Accounting, STAN State Polytechnic who are representatives of generation Z. Descriptive and regression to analyze. The results are, (1) the level of student financial literacy is 62%, (2) financial literacy has a significant negative effect on consumer behavior. Thus, the generation Z consumptive behavior can be minimized through increased financial literacy.

2020 ◽  
Vol 3 (2) ◽  
pp. 93-108
Annisa Siti Fathonah ◽  
Dadang Hermawan

This study aims to determine and analyze how much influence the bank's internal factors such as Equity, Operational Costs per Operating Income (BOPO), Financing Deposit to Ratio (FDR), Non Performing Financing (NPF) as a mediator and external or macroeconomic factors namely inflation and Gross Domestic Product (GDP) on profitability represented by Return on Assets (ROA) at Bank Muamalat Indonesia for the period 2008-2018. The data used in this research are secondary data obtained from the publication of quarterly financial statements from 2008 to quarter 2 of 2018. The method that used in this research is path analysis with SPSS 20.0 as the analytical tool. The results of the study partially test the hypothesis (t-test), in substructure I shows that the capital variable has a significant negative effect on NPF, BOPO and inflation has a significant positive effect on NPF, FDR and GDP do not significantly influence NPF at Bank Muamalat Indonesia. In substructure II partially, Capital, BOPO, significant negative effect on ROA, FDR and NPF has a significant positive effect on ROA, Inflation and GDP does not significantly influence ROA while simultaneously significantly influencing ROA. Based on the sobel test, capital has a significant effect on ROA through NPF, BOPO has a significant effect on ROA through NPF, FDR has a significant effect on ROA through NPF, Inflation has a significant effect on ROA through NPF, while GDP has no significant effect on ROA through NPF.

2009 ◽  
Vol 57 (2) ◽  
pp. 197-203 ◽  
T. Sinkovč

The botanical composition of grasslands determines the agronomic and natural values of swards. Good grassland management usually improves herbage value, but on the other hand it frequently decreases the plant diversity and species richness in the swards. In 1999 a field trial in a split-plot design with four replicates was therefore established on the Arrhenatherion type of vegetation in Ljubljana marsh meadows in order to investigate this relationship. Cutting regimes (2 cuts — with normal and delayed first cut, 3 cuts and 4 cuts per year) were allocated to the main plots and fertiliser treatments (zero fertiliser — control, PK and NPK with 2 or 3 N rates) were allocated to the sub-plots. The results at the 1 st cutting in the 5 th trial year were as follows: Fertilising either with PK or NPK had no significant negative effect on plant diversity in any of the cutting regimes. In most treatments the plant number even increased slightly compared to the control. On average, 20 species were listed on both unfertilised and fertilised swards. At this low to moderate level of exploitation intensity, the increased number of cuts had no significant negative effect on plant diversity either (19 species at 2 cuts vs. 20 species at 3 or 4 cuts). PK fertilisation increased the proportion of legumes in the herbage in the case of 2 or 3 cuts. The proportion of grasses in the herbage increased in all the fertilisation treatments with an increased numbers of cuts. Fertiliser treatment considerably reduced the proportion of marsh horsetail ( Equisetum palustre ) in the herbage of the meadows. This effect was even more pronounced at higher cut numbers. The proportion of Equisetum palustre in the herbage was the highest in the unfertilised sward with 2 cuts (26.4 %) and the lowest in the NPK-fertilised sward with 4 cuts (1.4%).

2018 ◽  
Vol 6 (1) ◽  
pp. 133-153
Toufan Aldian Syah

Banking industry has a very important role in economic development in a country. Indonesia, which is the largest Muslim country in the world, certainly has the prospect of the development of Sharia Banking Industry is very good in the future. However, the development of Sharia Bank has been slowing down in recent years and the profitability of sharia comercial banking is still below the ideal value. This study aims to determine the internal factors and external factors that affect the profitability of Sharia Bank in the year of January 2012 until August 2017. The variables used in this study are ROA, Inflation, NPF, and BOPO. The data used is aggregate data of all Sharia Commercial Banks recorded at Bank Indonesia. Measurement of Statistic Description, F-Test, T-Test, Correlation Coefficient, Coefficient of Determination and Multiple Linear Regression using IBM SPSS 21 software. The results showed that significant negative effect of BI rate, NPF and BOPO was found, while Inflation variable showed negative but not significant. Overall, the above variables affect the ROA of 87.7%, while 12.3% is likely to be influenced by other factors.

Ahsha Vaksalla

Pornography is a debatable subject, both in Malaysia and around the world. Some feel it is harmless while others feel it is damaging. Pornography can bring about its own impact to the viewers. In Malaysia, the trend of viewing pornography among youngsters’ has been increasing. Studies have also shown Pornography can lead to unhealthy behaviors as a result of too much viewing. This study was conducted to discover the addiction level and the consumption effects on students at a Malaysian University. The researchers used purposive sampling to distribute questionnaires. The Scale used was the Internet Pornography Addiction Test and the Pornography Consumption Effects Scale consist of Positive and Negative dimension used to conduct the research. The research population (N=120) was students’ from University Tunku Abdul Rahman of Malaysia. There were significant relationship between the addiction and consumption. There were significant differences between the Positive and Negative Dimension as well. The Negative Effect Dimension is higher than the Positive Effect Dimension. There were significant differences between male and female students towards pornography addiction. However, there were not any significant differences among the genders in internet consumption. Male scored higher than female in the Internet Pornography Addiction. There were no significant differences between gender in the Positive and Negative Dimension.

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