Influence on Emotional Intelligence through Money Attitude against Consumptive Behavior of Student

Dyanti Mahrunnisya, Mintasih Indriayu, Dewi Kusuma Wardani

Abstract


The research objective is to understand the influence on emotional intelligence through money attitude against consumptive behavior of student. The method used in this research was descriptive verification method with ex post facto and survey approach. The research held in Bandar Lampung City. Data collection technique were conducted by using questionnaires. Sampling technique in this study is Proportional Stratified Random Sampling, the number of samples as many as 165 students. The result showed 1) there is influence on emotional intelligence againts consumptive behavior of students in Bandar Lampung. The calculation obtained the coefficient of ρYX ­­­path was 0.289 which means the magnitude of influence on emotional intelligence against consumptive behavior as many as 0.289 or 28.9%. 2) The value of influence on emotional intelligence against consumptive behavior indirectly was obtained 5.15 %. In other words, emotional intelligence through money attitude has the role of the consumptive behavior of students.


Keywords


Consumptive Behavior, Emotional Intelligence, Money Attitude

Full Text:

PDF

References


Kathleen D. Vohs, Ronald J. Faber; “Spent Resources: Self-Regulatory Resource Availability Affects Impulse Buying”, Journal of Consumer Research, Volume 33, Issue 4, 1 March, Pages 537–547; 2007.

Pradipto, Y.D., Winata, C., Murti. K., & Azizah. A, “The Relationship between Self Regulation and Implusive Buying Behaviors Among Jakarta Young Adults,” Social and Behavioral Sciences, vol. 222, pp. 177-185, 2016.

Golsmith, R.E., Flynn, L.R., Clark, R.A, “Matrealistic, Brand Engaged and Status Consuming Consumers and Clothing Behaviors,” Journl of Fashion Marketing and Management, vol. 6, no. 1, pp. 102-119, 2012.

Xie, W., Yu, B., Zhou, X., Sedikides, C., & Vosh, K.D, “Money, Moral Transgressions, and Blame,” Journal of Consumer Psychology, pp. 1-8, 2013.

Durvasula, S., & Lysonski, S, “Money, Money, Money – How Do Attitudes toward Money Impact Vanity and Materialism”, Journal of Consumer Marketing, vol 27, pp. 169-179. 2010.

Dunn, L. F., & Mirzaie, I. A. 2012. Determinants of Consumer Debt Stress: Differences by Debt Type and Gender. Department of Economics: Colombus, Ohio State University.

Dontsov, A.I., Zinchenko, Y.P., Zotova, O.Y, “Nations of Secrurity as a Component of Students Attitudes towards Money”, Social and Behavioral Sciences, vol 86, pp. 93-103, 2013.

Goleman, D. 2009. Emotional Intellegance. Jakarta: PT Gramedia Pustaka Utama.

Onraet, E., Heal, A.V., Keerssmaecker, J. D., & Fontaine, J.R.J, “The Relationship of Trait Emotional Intellegence with Righ-Wing Attitudes and Subtle Racial Prejudice,” Personality and Individual Differences, vol. 110, pp. 27-30, 2017.

Franic, S., Dolan, C.V., Broxholme, J., Hu, H., zemojtel, T., et al, “Mendelian and Polygenic Inheritance of Intelligence: A Common Set of Causal Genes? Using Next-Generation Sequencing to Examine The Effects of 168 Intellectual Disability Genes on Normal-Range Intelligence,” Intelligence, vol. 49, pp. 10-22. 2015.

Fiori, M., & Antonakis, J, “The ability model of emotional intelligence: Searching for valid measures,” Personality and Individual Differences, vol. 50, pp. 329–334, 2011.

Armstrong, A. R., Galligan, R. F., & Critchley, C. R, “Emotional intelligence and Psychological Resilience to Negative Life Events,” Personality and Individual Differences, vol. 51, pp. 331–336, 2011.

Monteiru, D.L.C., Peneloza, V., Pinto, F.R., Coriaa, M.C.D., & Caldeon, L.M.O, “Attitudes towards Money and Motivational Orientation to Work in Brazilian Young Workers,”Contaduria Y Administration, vol. 60, pp. 11-30, 2015.

Ng, H.K.S., Tam, K.P., & Shu, T.M, “The Money Attitude of Covert and Overt Narcissists,” Personality and Individual Differences, vol. 51, pp. 160-165, 2011.

Kotler. P., & Armstrong. G. 2008, “Principles of Marketing, Pearson Education, Inc”, Upper Saddle River: New Jersey, 07458.

Kuenzel, J. & Musters, P, “Social Interaction and Low Involvement Products”, Journal of Business Research, vol. 60, pp. 876-883. 2007.

Weaver, T., Moschis, G. P., & Davis, T., “Antecedents of materialism and compulsive consumption: A life course study in Australia. Journal of Australian Marketing, vol. 19, pp. 247–256. 2011.

Cho. K., & Lee.J.M, “Influence of Smartphone Addiction Proneness of Young Children on Problematic Behaviors and Emotional Intelligence,” Computers in Human Bahavior, vol. 66, pp.303-311. 2017.

Saarni, C. 2007, “The Development of Emotional Competence: Pathways for Helping Children to Become Emotionally,” Westport: Praeger Publishers.

Bonsu, S.K. & Ghanqian, “Attitudes toward Money in Consumer Culture,” Journal of Consumer Studies. vol 32, pp.171-178, 2008.

Teng. F., Chen. Z., Poon. K.T., Zhang. D., & Jiang, “Money and Relationship: When and Why Thinking About Money Leads People to Approach Others,” Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, vol. 137, pp. 58-70. 2016.




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.11591/edulearn.v12i4.8031

Article Metrics

Abstract view : 36 times
PDF - 35 times

Refbacks

  • There are currently no refbacks.


Copyright (c) 2018 Universitas Ahmad Dahlan

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.


Journal of Education and Learning (EduLearn)
ISSN: 2089-9823, e-ISSN 2302-9277
Published by: Universitas Ahmad Dahlan (UAD) in collaboration with Institute of Advanced Engineering and Science (IAES)

View EduLearn Stats