Upaya untuk Mengurangi Ketidakjujuran Akademik pada Mahasiswa melalui Peer Education

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Hazhira Qudsyi Achmad Sholeh Nyda Afsari

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Perilaku ketidakjujuran akademik (academic dishonesty) masih banyak terjadi di kalangan akademisi, diantaranya pada mahasiswa. Perilaku ketidakjujuran akademik dikalangan mahasiswa akan memicu terjadinya tindakan korupsi di dunia kerja nantinya. Sehingga, penting untuk menurunkan perilaku ketidakjujuran akademik pada mahasiswa. Tujuan penelitian ini adalah untuk melihat efektivitas RESMI religious self-monitoring sebagai strategi untuk mengurangi perilaku ketidakjujuran akademik pada mahasiswa melalui peer education. Penelitian ini menggunakan desain penelitian eksperimen, yakni dengan pretest-posttest control group design. Pengumpulan data yang digunakan dalam penelitian adalah dengan menggunakan skala ketidakjujuran akademik (Prayoga & Qudsyi, 2015), observasi, dan wawancara. Rancangan program intervensi RESMI (religious self-monitoring) akan diberikan dalam 8 sesi, yang secara umum terdiri atas orientasi program, psikoedukasi, refleksi, dan praktik. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan, bahwa RESMI (religious self-monitoring) diketahui efektif untuk menurunkan perilaku ketidakjujuran akademik pada mahasiswa (F=7.82) dengan sumbangan efektif sebesar 47,9%. Berdasarkan hasil tersebut, dapat disimpulkan bahwa religious self-monitoring (RESMI) melalui peer education terbukti dapat menurunkan perilaku ketidakjujuran akademik pada mahasiswa.

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