Students’ self-efficacy and social entrepreneurial intention: A meta-analysis
Keywords:self efficacy, meta-analysis, social entrepreneurial intention, students
This study aims to examine the relationship between students’ self-efficacy and social entrepreneurial intentions and describe the average of relationship between variables. This study was a meta-analysis research. Literature searches were carried out online from the Scopus database, Web of Science, Ebsco and ProQuest as well as other searches via Google Schoolar, Garuda and Neliti portals. Based on the inclusion, exclusion and quality assessment of the articles carried out, there were five articles which met the criteria for analysis. The number of participants in this study were 2017 students from the developing countries in Southeast Asia. This study employed a random effect model with the Dersimonian and Laird estimator model. The results of the analysis revealed that the heterogeneity of this study was very high, namely 89.02%, so the researchers did not carry out an overall average analysis. Based on individual reviews, Duong's research (2020) was the most reliable research because the confidence interval was narrow and the block is large, so it showed a large effect size. However, the most doubtlful research was Lacap’s study (2018) which had a wide confidence interval and very small blocks; this study also depicted inconsistent results because there was a negative correlation value (cuts the line 0). In general, every study in this meta-analysis indicated a relationship between self-efficacy and social entrepreneurial intention.