Academic Dishonesty Siswa di Masa Pandemi Covid-19: Implikasinya pada Bimbingan dan Konseling

Diana Dewi Wahyuningsih, Eny Kusumawati, Imam Setyo Nugroho

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Academic dishonesty yaitu perilaku menyimpang dari aturan akademik yang dilakukan oleh siswa di berbagai jenjang pendidikan untuk mendapatkan hasil ujian atau pengakuan yang baik atas tugas akademiknya dengan jalan mencontek, plagiarisme, bekerja sama dalam kecurangan ujian, maupun memalsukan data. Artikel ini bertujuan untuk mengekplorasi tingkat adacemic dishonesty siswa pada masa pandemi covid-19 dilihat dari perbedaan jenis kelamin, tingkatan kelas serta usia. Metode penelitian yang digunakan yaitu survey dengan jenis cross sectional survey design yang melibatkan 493 siswa sekolah menengah kejuruan yang dipilih menggunakan teknik cluster sampling. Instrumen pengumpulan data penelitian menggunakan academic dishonesty scale. Teknik analisis data yang dilakukan yaitu analisis deskriptif, uji t-test dan Uji Anova. Hasil penelitian membuktikan bahwa siswa sekolah memengah kejuruan memiliki tingkat academic dishonesty pada kategori sedang. Lebih lanjut penelitian ini menemukan bahwa dilihat dari perbedaan jenis kelamin siswa laki-laki memiliki tingkat academic dishonesty lebih tinggi dari siswa perempuan. Hal yang sama juga terjadi ketika dilihat dari setiap indikator academic dishonesty. Pada perbedaan kelas dan perbedaan usia menunjukkan bahwa tidak ada perbedaan yang signifikan antara siswa kelas 10 dan siswa kelas 12 serta siswa berusia 15, 16, 17, 18 dalam tingkat academic dishonesty. Diskusi lebih lanjut dibahas dalam artikel ini.


Abstrac: Academic dishonestyis behavior deviating from academic rules carried out by students at various levels of education to get good test results or recognition of their academic assignments by cheating, plagiarism, cooperating in exam fraud, or falsifying data. This article aims to explore and determine the level of student academic dishonestyduring the Covid-19 pandemic seen from differences in gender, grade level and age. The research method used is a survey with a type of cross sectional survey design involving 493 vocational high school students who were selected using cluster sampling technique.. The research data collection instrument uses an academic dishonestyscale. The data analysis technique used is descriptive analysis, t-test and Anova test. The results of the study prove that vocational high school students have a level of academic dishonestyin the medium category. Furthermore, this study found that seen from the gender differences, male students had a higher level of academic dishonestythan female students. The same thing also happens when viewed from each indicator of academic dishonesty. In terms of class differences and age differences, it shows that there is no significant difference between grade 10 and grade 12 students and students aged 15, 16, 17, 18 in the level of academic dishonesty. Further discussion is discussed in this article


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Academic Dishonesty; Pandemi Covid-19; Bimbingan dan Konseling

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