| Published: February 24, 2019
School Belonging as a Moderation of Influence Peer Attachment on School Misconduct of Students
The phenomenon of juvenile delinquency becomes very important to study because there are many problems that refer to both violations of misbehavior at school to criminal offenses. Schools are actually a place for teenagers to socialize with friends, teachers and existing rules so that they can make them mature and responsible individuals. However, it is not denied that the influence of peer attachment can have a negative influence on adolescents, one of which is behavior that violates school rules such as truant, steal, smoke, have sex outside of marriage, dating, drinking alcohol, drugs, vandalism, bullying, to brawl. This study aims to see whether school belonging can moderate the influence of peer attachments on decreasing adolescent school misconduct behavior in school. The study was conducted on upper secondary students with a population of 81 children. Data analysis used moderated regression analysis (MRA) techniques. The results were obtained that there was a significant effect of 28% peer review on student misconduct and with β 0.0015; alpha 0.05 indicates that school belonging can moderate the effect of peer attachments on school misconduct significantly
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© 2019, Musthafa. F.F, Putriana. D, & Latipun
Received: January 28, 2019; Revision Received: February 21, 2019; Accepted: February 24, 2019
Published in Volume 07, Issue 1, January-March, 2019