Academic Cheating : Dimensi Fraud Diamond Theory

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Romah Wulansuci
Nujmatul Laily

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The purpose of this study was to test academic cheating behavior among students by using elements of the fraud diamond, namely pressure, opportunity, rationalization, and ability. Using a simple random sampling technique, the research sample was obtained as many as 195 accounting students. This research uses a quantitative approach with the type of explanatory research. Data collection obtained by distributing questionnaires and measured using a Likert scale. Data analysis was carried out using multiple linear regression. The results shows that the elements of opportunity and ability have a significant positive effect on students' academic cheating behavior. While the element of pressure and rationalization does not affect students in committing academic fraud.

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Wulansuci, R., & Laily, N. (2022). Academic Cheating : Dimensi Fraud Diamond Theory. Jurnal Pendidikan Ekonomi (JUPE), 10(2), 154-160. https://doi.org/10.26740/jupe.v10n2.p154-160
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