The Influence of Formal and non Formal Educations, Ethnic, Gender, Parent's Job, and Business Environment on Entrepreneurial attitudes of High School Students in East Java Province
Kodrat, David Sukardi
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Purpose – The influence of formal and non formal educations, ethic, gender, parents’ job and business environment on entrepreneurial attitudes of high scholl students in east java. These terms have also long become topics of high interest in both vocation academic and practice. Design or methodology or approach – The authors undertook a content analysis carrying out on 200 respondents, which led to direct communication with students of high school. Findings – This study finds, there is correlation between independent variables and dependent variables is the most important factor to entrepreneurial attitude. By using t test stated that independent variable like Formal Education (X1), Non Formal Education (X2), Ethnic (X3), Gender (X4), Parents Job (X5), Business Environment (X6) - each has a partial and significant influence on Entrepreneurial Attitude (Y). Independent variables in the F test can be concluded that it has influence simultaneously on Entrepreneurial Attitude (Y). Research limitation/implication – This study is limited to ethnics of Java, Madura, Padang, Arab and Tionghoa in East Java.