THE INFLUENCE OF DEMOGRAPHY AND COMPUTER ANXIETY FACTORS TO CSE SURVEY ON VILLAGE OFFICIALS OF BENJENG DISTRICT IN GRESIK RESIDENCE

Abstract

The information technology development should be followed by the skill of village officials in computer operation. The objective of this study is to know the influences of demography and computer anxiety factor to Computer Self-Efficacy partially and simultaneously and to know which dominant variables that interferes Computer Self-Efficacy among village officials of Benjeng village in Gresik residence. The population of this study is in all village officials of Benjeng district by purposely taking samples whom village officials directly operating computer in public serving office with total about 81 people. Variables in this study are gender, age, education, experience, length of dedication, Computer Anxiety and Computer Self-Efficacy. Data analysis technique used is Double Linear Analysis, in hypothesis examination uses F and T examination. The study result shows partially that gender, education and computer anxiety interfere to computer self-efficacy. Further, other factors like age, experiences and length of dedication do not influence partially to computer self-efficacy. Simultaneously, demography and computer anxiety interfere to computer self-efficacy in which educational factor is dominant variable that interfere computer self-efficacy among village officers of Benjeng district in Gresik residence

Keywords: Computer Anxiety, Computer-Efficacy, Demography


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