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"International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health"

2022, Vol. 9, Issue 6, Part B

The influence of plagiarism and scientific attitude on learning outcomes of sports students


Author(s): Tri Setyo Guntoro

Abstract: The purpose of this study was to reveal (1) the level of plagiarism, scientific attitudes, and learning outcomes of sports students (2) the differences in levels of plagiarism, scientific attitudes, and learning outcomes of sports students in terms of gender (3) the influence of the level of plagiarism, scientific attitudes on achievement sports student learning. This type of descriptive research with ex post facto design will be used. There are three variables revealed in this study, namely the level of plagiarism, scientific attitude, and learning achievement of sports students. The subjects in the study were sports students in the Sports Science and Physical Education Programs who were taken based on the distribution of online instruments. Through this technique, there were 59 students who filled out the research instrument. There were three research instruments used. First, the Plagiarism Action Questionnaire (ATP) was used to determine the level of plagiarism committed by sports students. Second, the Scientific Attitude Questionnaire (KSI) which consists of 8 question items that were used to find out how the scientific attitude of sports students was. Fourth, documentation was used to determine student learning achievements based on GPA. The data analysis technique used was descriptive analysis, two-way ANOVA and path analysis. All of these analyzes will be assisted by the SPSS version 26 program. The results of the study found (1) the level of plagiarism tended to be low which means this is good; while for the scientific attitude of students had a high average value; and for student learning achievement, the GPA value was relatively satisfactory because it was close to 3.00; (2) there was no difference in the level of plagiarism, scientific attitude and learning achievement of sports students in terms of gender; (3) there was an influence of the level of plagiarism and scientific attitude on the learning achievement of sports students.

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How to cite this article:
Tri Setyo Guntoro. The influence of plagiarism and scientific attitude on learning outcomes of sports students. Int J Phys Educ Sports Health 2022;9(6):111-114.
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