Influence of Learning Load, Social Support and Self-Esteem on Academic Burnout With Self-Efficacy As Moderation

Fahmi Rizky Ferdiansyah, Achmad Sudjadi, Nur Choirul Afif


The rapid development of nowadays era require every country to improve its quality in various
aspects. One of the most important aspect that need to be improved by a country is the education.
The purpose of this study was to determine and analyze the effect of learning load, social support
and self-esteem on academic burnout with self-efficacy as moderation. This research was conducted
at schools which majoring in Motorcycle Engineering and Business (TBSM) at 20 schools in
Banyumas. The sampling technique is non-probability sampling with purposive sampling technique.
The data analysis technique used in this research is moderated regression analysis. Based on the
results of the analysis, it was found that the learning load has a negative effect on academic burnout,
social support has a positive effect on academic burnout, self esteem has a positive effect on
academic burnout, with self efficacy as a moderating variable.
Keywords: Learning Load, Social Support, Self-Esteem, Academic Burnout

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