(STUDI TENTANG PERBEDAAN EVALUASI ETIS, INTENSI ETIS (Ethical Intention) DAN ORIENTASI ETIS DILIHAT DARI GENDER DAN DISIPLIN ILMU: POTENSI REKRUITMEN STAF PROFESIONAL PADA KANTOR AKUNTAN PUBLIK)
This study tests for gender and discipline-based differences in ethical evaluation, ethical intentions and ethical orientation among subjects from accountancy department, faculty of law and information technology undergraduates, both women and men. Examination conducted with Mancova and Ancova.
Results indicate that difference of ethical orientation between women and men only happened at moral construct of utilitarianism. There are also differences of ethical intention and ethical evaluation between men and women. In general research findings support structural approach and previous research which done by Harris (1989), McNichols and Zimmerer (1985); Ford and Lowery (1986), Friedman et al. (1987), Forsyth et al. (1988), Tsalikis and Ortiz-Buonfina (1990), Stanga and Turpen (1991), Jones and Kavanagh (1996), McCuddy and Perry (1996). Differences of ethical orientation also happened among various responder of different academic discipline, especially in moral construct of justice, egoism and deontological. There are also differences of ethical evaluation and ethical intention among responders coming from different science discipline. These findings are consistence with previous research which have been done by Ponemon and Gabhart (1993), Jeffrey (1993), Ponemon and Glazer (1990), and Cohen et al. (1998).