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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 1, January 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Construct Measurement Of Academic Procrastination Of Eleventh Grade High School Students In Sukoharjo

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AUTHOR(S)

Budi Lenggono, Fatwa Tentama

 

KEYWORDS

Academic Procrastination, Construct Reliability, Construk Validity, Measurement Model, Procrastination Prevalence, Reason For Procrastination, Student

 

ABSTRACT

This research aims to analyze the construct validity and construct reliability of academic procrastination, as well as to analyze the dimensions and indicators forming academic procrastination construct. Academic procrastination is measured with two dimensions, namely the prevalence of procrastination and reason for procrastination. The subjects of this research were 60 11th grade high school students in Sukoharjo. The research applied the academic procrastination scale as data collection method. The data were analyzed with Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) SmartPLS 3.2.8 using reflective construct by CFA 2nd Order. Based on the analysis, the dimensions and the indicators forming academic procrastination construct are valid and reliable. The dimension dominantly reflecting the academic procrastination construct is the reason for procrastination with 0.816 loading factor. The dimension least reflecting the academic procrastination construct is the prevalence of procrastination with 0.776 loading factor. The results show that every dimension and indicator can reflect and form the academic procrastination construct. Therefore, the measurement model can be accepted for the theory illustrating academic procrastination is in accordance with the empirical data obtained from the subjects.

 

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