Influence of Cashless Society Socialization toward Trust Transaction Culture in Jakarta, Indonesia

Arnoldus Dillon Hastomo, Muhammad Aras

Abstract


The research methods were using a quantitative approach with survey methods based on communication theories that made this an objective and in-depth study of the fact-data found in the field. Data analysis with the statistics program then entered into an interpretation of the meaning that connected between indicators in variable X namely Cashless Society Socialization and variable Y namely Trust Transaction Culture. The research results showed that the socialization through repressive ways that had been considered not popular in the community turned out to have a strong effect on the culture of trust non-cash transactions. Without ruling out other indicators, this study reveals that the people of Jakarta are ready to accept their belief culture changes in society transacting in the modernization era.

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socialization, cashless society, transaction culture, trust transaction

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.21512/humaniora.v9i1.4174

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