The Effect of Personality over Student Insights on the Environment

Asrar Habibie


This study aims to determine the effect of personality on students' insights about the environment. This study uses a causal method that is formed through what is called ex post facto. Analysis using simple linear regression analysis techniques. The results showed that students could not understand the importance of utilizing the school environment and how to maintain, maintain the beauty of the environment at school so that a beautiful, safe and comfortable learning environment was formed. As a way to overcome environmental problems can not be with a business that is technical but must be supported by efforts that are educational and persuasive. The effort is carried out through environmental education that starts from kindergarten to college by instilling personality. The first conclusion, to improve environmental insight, personality factors need to be considered. Second, by knowing the dimension of personality called "Big Five", students can classify themselves in which dimension. In an effort to increase environmental insight students need to be held extra-curricular activities with the theme of the environment. It is necessary to instill students' love for the environment so that students can preserve the environment as the most important part.


Personality; Student Insights; Environment

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