The Effect of Religiosity, Demography, and Motivation on Student Sharing Behavior Patterns
Provision of donations in Indonesia has increasingly experienced significant development. The
purpose of this study was to determine how the influence of religiosity, demographic, and motivation level
variables of Surabaya State University Economics Faculty students on patterns of sharing behavior. Based on
these results it can be concluded that the Faculty of Economics students do sharing behavior because it is
influenced by demographic factors and motivation not because of the factor of religiosity, so that the higher or
lower levels of student religiosity do not determine the amount of sharing made by students.