Entrepreneurial Orientation and Parental Attachment on Emerging Adolescence
Jimmy Ellya Kurniawan,
Ersa Lanang Sanjaya and
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Jimmy Ellya Kurniawan: University of Ciputra, Indonesia
Ersa Lanang Sanjaya: Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Ciputra Surabaya, Indonesia
Stefani Virlia: Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Ciputra Surabaya, Indonesia
Expert Journal of Business and Management, 2019, vol. 7, issue 2, 204-208
The development of entrepreneurial orientation cannot be separated from the role of parenting. While emerging adolescents tend to try to break away from their parents because they want to be closer to their peers. This purpose of this study is discovering differences of entrepreneurial orientation based on parental attachments to father, mother or both. This study used the survey method to 291 emerging adolescents in six major cities on the island of Java, Indonesia. The results showed that early adolescents who were close to both parents had higher entrepreneurial orientation than they who were only close to once parent or not close to both parents. This study also examined the role of parental attachment on each dimension of the entrepreneurial orientation.
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