—Indonesia is a religion and strongly implemented
their religion belief value on their everyday life. However, the
issue of corruption in Indonesia is increasingly happening and
should receive special attention. It shows that the corruptions
behavior did not implement what being teach in their religion.
Furthermore, the data show that corruption also involves the
people who are in government institution. The objective of this
study is to see how the religious orientation, personality, moral
integrity, organizational climate can affect the intentions of the
anti – corruptions behavior. The study involved 203 Civil
Servants in the Ministry of Religion Affairs in Indonesia as a
representative population from government institutions. They
were administered a set of scales. Each scale is made on a
4-point Likert rating scale (range from strongly agree to
strongly disagree). By using SPSS software and LISRELL,
multiple regression analysis was used to analyze the research
hypotheses. The result of this research shows that all
independent variables did bring impact to dependent variable.
—The anti corruption intentions, moral integrity,
organizational climate, personality, religious orientation.
The authors are with the Faculty of Psychology, State Islamic University
of Jakarta, Indonesia (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Cite: Zulfa Indira Wahyuni, Yufi Adriani, and Zahrotun Nihayah, " The Relationship between Religious Orientation, Moral
Integrity, Personality, Organizational Climate and Anti
Corruption Intentions in Indonesia," International Journal of Social Science and Humanity vol. 5, no. 10, pp. 860-864, 2015.