THE INFLUENCE OF SCHOOL CULTURE, CLASSROOM CLIMATE AND BOARDING SCHOOL PROGRAM ON STUDENT DISCIPLINE AT MAN 3 PALEMBANG

Authors

  • Mariyani Civic Education, Post-Graduate Program of Yogyakarta State University
  • Abdul Gafur D. A Post Graduate of Yogyakarta State University

Keywords:

School culture, Climate class, Boarding school program, discipline

Abstract

This study aims to determine the influence between school culture, classroom climate and boarding school program on student discipline at MAN 3 Palembang. Sample technique used is saturated samples or all members of the population were taken all of the 316 students in class X. Data collection is done through giving questionnaires to students. Data analysis is done through categorization test and hypothesis test through simple regression test and multiple regression. The results showed that 1) there is significant influence of school culture on student discipline attitude MAN 3 Palembang. With a contribution of 17.9%; 2) there is significant influence of classroom climate on student discipline attitude of MAN 3 Palembang with contribution of 56,6%; 3) there is significant influence of boarding school program on student discipline attitude MAN 3 Palembang with contribution of 2.0%; and 4) there is a significant joint influence between school culture, classroom climate and boarding school program on student discipline attitude of MAN 3 Palembang. Overall, these three variables contributed 76.5% to students' disciplinary attitude so that there are 23.5% other factors that influence student discipline attitude MAN 3 Palembang.

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Published

15-03-2018

How to Cite

Mariyani, & Abdul Gafur D. A. (2018). THE INFLUENCE OF SCHOOL CULTURE, CLASSROOM CLIMATE AND BOARDING SCHOOL PROGRAM ON STUDENT DISCIPLINE AT MAN 3 PALEMBANG. International Education and Research Journal (IERJ), 4(3). Retrieved from https://ierj.in/journal/index.php/ierj/article/view/1524