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ETHIC AND THE AFFECTING FACTORS: INSIGHTS FROM SHARIA ACCOUNTING STUDENTS Istiariani, Irma
Journal of Islamic Accounting and Finance Research Vol 2, No 1 (2020)
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri (UIN) Walisongo Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (265.603 KB) | DOI: 10.21580/jiafr.2020.2.1.5037

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Purpose - The purpose of this study was to explore many factors that affect the accounting students? ethics such as intellectual, emotional and spiritual quotients.Method - The data of this study were obtained from questionnaires. The sample consists of 90 Sharia Accounting students who studied at the FEBI UIN Walisongo. The sample was collected by purposive sampling method and it was analysed with SPSS.  Result - The result shows that there are three factors affecting the students? ethics. They are intelligence, emotional and spiritual quotients. The emotional and spiritual quotients have the positive effect on students? ethics. The intelligence quotients has a negative effect on the students? ethics.Implication - This study suggests to improve students? emotional and spiritual quotients for better students? ethics quality.Originality - This research is the first study that researched about the ethical students in Sharia Accounting students.
Pentingnya Kecerdasan Emosi dan Spiritual terkait Isu Sensitivitas Etika Auditor (Studi Kasus pada Internal Auditor BNI Syariah) Istiariani, Irma
Economica: Jurnal Ekonomi Islam Vol 9, No 2 (2018)
Publisher : Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis Islam UIN Walisongo

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21580/economica.2018.9.2.2720

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Auditing and ethical sensitivity research in the academic area has often done, but these research is seldom done on the syaria banking sector, like Syaria BNI with the respondence is internal auditor. The central issue in this research is the author want to show empirically how matter important the EQ and ESQ toward ethical sensitivity and whether an inconsistence with the previous research. The method used literature research to explore the data. The results indicated that ethical sensitivity the internal auditor in Syaria BNI had linked with emotional and spiritual intelligence. Practical implications indicate the importance of emotional and spiritual intelligence that is closely related to the ethical sensitivity auditor conducted by internal auditor Syaria BNI.Penelitian audit dan sensitivitas etika di bidang akademik sudah sering dilakukan, tetapi penelitian ini jarang dilakukan pada sektor perbankan syariah, seperti syariah BNI dengan responden adalah auditor internal. Isu sentral yang terdapat di dalam riset ini adalah penulis ingin menunjukkan secara empiris seberapa penting kualitas kecerdasan emosional dan spiritual terhadap sensitivitas etika. Metode yang digunakan di dalam penelitian ini studi literatur sebagai alat untuk memperoleh sumber data. Hasil dari penelitian ini adalah tingkat sensitivitas etika internal di BNI syariah memiliki hubungan yang kuat dengan kualitas kecerdasan emosional dan spiritual. Implikasi praktis dari penelitian ini menunjukkan pentingnya kualitas kecerdasan emosional dan spiritual yang erat kaitannya dengan tingkat sensitivitas etika auditor internal BNI syariah.
Ethic and the affecting factors: Insights from sharia accounting students Istiariani, Irma
Journal of Islamic Accounting and Finance Research Vol 2, No 1 (2020)
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri (UIN) Walisongo Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21580/jiafr.2020.2.1.5037

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Purpose - The purpose of this study was to explore many factors that affect the accounting students’ ethics such as intellectual, emotional and spiritual quotients.Method - The data of this study were obtained from questionnaires. The sample consists of 90 Sharia Accounting students who studied at the FEBI UIN Walisongo. The sample was collected by purposive sampling method and it was analysed with SPSS.  Result - The result shows that there are three factors affecting the students’ ethics. They are intelligence, emotional and spiritual quotients. The emotional and spiritual quotients have the positive effect on students’ ethics. The intelligence quotients has a negative effect on the students’ ethics.Implication - This study suggests to improve students’ emotional and spiritual quotients for better students’ ethics quality.Originality - This research is the first study that researched about the ethical students in Sharia Accounting students.
Education Level, Spiritual Intelligence, and Love of Money: Do They Correlate to Ethical Perception? Istiariani, Irma; Arifah, Uliya
Shirkah: Journal of Economics and Business Vol 5, No 2 (2020)
Publisher : IAIN Surakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (678.715 KB) | DOI: 10.22515/shirkah.v5i2.309

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The aim of this study is to shed some light on the impact of education level, spiritual intelligence, and love of money on ethical perception of accounting students which still remains unexplored thus far. The data were taken from 100 accounting students of several universities in Semarang Indonesia as the respondents. The data were further analyzed by employing PLS (Partian Least Square). The data analyses revealed several compelling results. First, there was no significant impact of education level on ethical perception of accounting students. Second, spiritual intelligence positively influenced the students’ ethical perception. Third, the education level was found to have no significant effect on love of money. Fourth, the spiritual intelligence negatively correlated to love of money. Fifth, the love of money did not provide a significant impact on students’ ethical perceptions. These results contribute to providing positive insights for academic stakeholders in solving ethical problems of accounting students who are going to be professional accountants and auditors. Additionally, the results of this study should be considered as ‘a wake-up call’ for accounting professionals to be more alert toward the threat of ethical violations that could potentially endanger their credibility.