—This study aimed to explore five values orientation, integrity and culture, the core values that can lead javanese government officer to behave corruption or anticorruption. The five values orientation are theoretical, economic, social, aesthetic, politic and religious. Study of Values (S.O.V) from Allport, Vernon and Lindzey based on Spranger theory and A.C.P Integrity Scale based on the Corruption Eradication Commision (C.E.C) are used to collected the data. Subject were 91 head of government office in “X” province in Indonesia, echelon II,II,IV. both gender, under 57 years old, javanese. The results showed that religious was the highest values of most subjects. Subject with high score of integrity had two dominant values, religious and social. Subjects with low integrity had higher values on economic and religious rather than others. Subjects with low integrity could be involved on conflict between two values and perhaps make a wrong decision and to fall into misfortune.
—Five values, anticorruption, integrity, Javanese government officer.
Retno Kumolohadi is with the Faculty of Psychology and Socio Cultural Sciences of Universitas Islam Indonesia (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Cite:Retno Kumolohadi, "Exploring Values, Integrity and Anticorruption of Javanese Government Officer," International Journal of Social Science and Humanity vol. 3, no. 2, pp. 151-155, 2013.