Table 1. Variables
Table 2. Results of the Conceptual Reliability and Intent Validity Test for Independent Variables
Table 3. The result of discriminant Validity
Table 4-1. The result of hypothesis1
Table 4-2. The result of hypothesis2
Table 4-3. The result of hypothesis3
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