REVIEW OF STUDENT OBEDIENCE CULTURE IN CENTRAL INDONESIA REGION AGAINT THE HEALTH PROTOCOL
Keywords:a culture of compliance, health protocols
Health protocol becomes a new order in social life. The Indonesian government has drafted a health protocol to prevent the transmission of Covid-19. However, the culture of community obedience to the Covid-19 health protocol in every region of Indonesia is uneven and diverse, which is due to the diversity of local cultural ethos that also influences. The study illustrates the impact of a culture of adherence to health protocols on students in central Indonesia. In particular, the study focused on two public universities in the city of Banjarmasin. The quantitative approach with this type of correlation research was carried out by taking purposive random sampling, namely 268 students of the 2019 class of Lambung Mangkurat University and 266 students of the Antasari State Islamic University class of 2019, a total of 534 samples. The data collection instrument used a questionnaire. The data analysis technique used Kendall's Tau-b test. The results obtained were a significance value of 0.018 <0.05, that there was a relationship between the culture variables and adherence to the health protocol. The correlation coefficient value is 0.554 that the level of relationship between cultural variables adherence to health protocols during the pandemic is strong. The direction of the relationship between variables is positive in the amount of 0.554. Shows the high level of obedience culture experienced by students at Lambung Mangkurat University and Antasari State Islamic University based on health protocols during the pandemic.