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IJSSH 2018 Vol.8(4): 100-104 ISSN: 2010-3646
doi: 10.18178/ijssh.2018.V8.943

Spiritual Well-being, Parent Attachment, and Moral Disengagement among College Students

Hazhira Qudsyi, Fani Eka Nurtjahjo, Nyda Afsari, Hanifah Nur Fitriani, and Achmad Sholeh
Abstract—This study aims to analyze prediction of spiritual well-being and parent attachment to moral disengagement among college students in Indonesia and China. The hypothesis on this study that both spiritual well-being and parent attachment can predict moral disengagement among college students. This study was conducted with a quantitative approach and performed in Universitas Islam Indonesia, Yogyakarta, Indonesia and Zhejiang University, Hangzhou Province, China. Participants of this study were 100 college students. Measurement of moral disengagement was done by using Moral Disengagement Scale which developed by Bandura, spiritual well-being variable was measured using The Spiritual Well-Being Scale (SWBS) by Darvyri et al, and parent attachment variable was measured using Inventory of Parent and Peer Attachment (IPPA) by Armsden and Greenberg. Result of data analysis showed that both spiritual well-being and parent attachment can predict moral disengagement among college students in level of significance <0.01 (R=0.394, p=0.001), with an effective contribution of 15.5 percent. There are significant correlation between spiritual well-being, parent attachment, and moral disengagement among college students in Indonesia and China. Besides that, result of data analysis showed that the highest effective contribution on moral disengagement was from mother attachment variable, with an effective contribution of 12.67 percent, and the lowest predictor was from spiritual well-being variable, with an effective contribution of 0.07 percent. Mother attachment is the highest predictor, even the other variables not included into measurement, mother attachment can predict moral disengagement independently. Weakness and research implications will be discussed in this paper.

Index Terms—Moral disengagement, spiritual well-being, parent attachment.

Hazhira Qudsyi and Fani Eka Nurtjahjo are with Department of Psychology Faculty of Psychology and Socio-Cultural Sciences Universitas Islam Indonesia, Indonesia (hazhira.qudsyi@uii.ac.id).
Nyda Afsari, Hanifah Nur Fitriani, and Achmad Sholeh are students in Department Psychology Faculty of Psychology and Socio-Cultural Sciences Universitas Islam Indonesia, Indonesia.

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Cite: Hazhira Qudsyi, Fani Eka Nurtjahjo, Nyda Afsari, Hanifah Nur Fitriani, and Achmad Sholeh, "Spiritual Well-being, Parent Attachment, and Moral Disengagement among College Students," International Journal of Social Science and Humanity vol. 8, no. 4, pp. 100-104, 2018.

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