THE EFFECT OF SCHOOL LEADERSHIP AND PROCEDURAL JUSTICE ON CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOR
Citizenship behavior is one of the most important factors that can support the objectives of organizations, may be influenced by leadership factor or justice felt by a teacher in the school. This research aims to know whether there is a direct effect of school leadership and procedural justice against citizenship power. A causal survey used by selecting 115 teachers in Duren Sawit region, East Jakarta by using Simple Random Sampling (SRS). There were three instruments developed to measure citizenship behavior (32 items) with reliability 0.916, school leadership (43 items) with reliability 0.961 and procedural justice (26 items) with reliability 0.944. Data were analyzed using regression, correlation, and path analysis. The results of the analysis showed that leadership and procedural justice has a direct effect and significantly influencing citizenship behavior of teachers. Procedural justice cannot be said as the best mediating factor between leadership and citizenship behavior. However, it’s important to consider aspects of leadership and justice to improve the teacher's citizenship behavior.
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