SPIRITUALITY AS A POTENTIAL PSYCHOLOGICAL (PSYCAP) TOOL FOR FACING ACADEMIC STUDENTS IN ACCOUNTING STUDENTS

  • Wini Komalasari Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Ekonomi Sutaatmadja, Subang, Indonesia
  • Asep Kurniawan Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Ekonomi Sutaatmadja, Subang, Indonesia
Keywords: Spirituality, Psychology, Accounting Student

Abstract

This study presents the relevance of spirituality as a potential Psychological Capital of students pursuing a bachelor's degree in accounting to deal with academic stress, the condition of positive individual psychological development, consisting of variables of expectation, self-efficacy, resilience, and optimism. The data collected is a representative sample of 64 accounting students at STIESA and QUIZ who have responded to the survey. The results show that there is a significant influence between academic stress and spirituality.

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2020-02-29
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