The Effect of Socio-Economy Status of Family and Peer Group on the Consumptive Behavior for the Sixth Grade Students of SD Lab Undiksha Singaraja

Kadek Yudiana, Luh Indrayani


This study has the purpose to determine the effect of socioeconomic status of the family and peer groups of the consumtive behavior of primary school students. This study falls underthe category of quantitative research that uses numbers or statistics of the variables to be considered separately and then connected. This study is analyzed with regression analysis techniques and methods of data collection in the form of a questionnaire. The results showed that the socio-economic status of parents partial effect on consumptive behavior of students. Peer group has partial effect on consumptive behavior of students. Socio-economic status of parents and peer groups influence for 51.7% of the consumptive behavior of students and as many as 48.3% are influenced by other factors.

Keywords: Socio-Economic Status, Peer Group, Consumptive Behavior.

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