When the consumptive attitude of the citizens and the political system are still aimed at the module, this can increase the formation of the money game which is a trigger for corruption.
Corruption is an action that will never be broken if there is no change in looking at wealth. The more people misinterpret wealth, the more people will engage in corruption.
There are 2 main aspects that trigger corruption, namely internal and external aspects. Internal aspects that trigger corruption are as follows:
1. Internal Aspect
The internal aspect is the trigger for corruption that comes from an individual. This is generally indicated by the presence of human character which is divided into 2 aspects, namely:
a. Sourced on the aspect of individual attitudes
Greedy or greedy character is a human character who feels always lacking with what he already has, or it can also be said with a sense of lack of gratitude.
Greedy people have a desire to increase their wealth and wealth by carrying out actions that harm others such as corruption.
People who do not have strong morals will certainly be easily tempted to commit acts of corruption. One of the triggers of this corruption is a milestone for one’s self-resistance in life.
If a person does not have strong morals, or is not changeable, it can make it easy for outside influences to enter him.
Lifestyle must be one of the triggers of corruption caused by external aspects. If a person has a consumptive lifestyle and his income is smaller than his consumption, this will be a trigger for corruption. Of course this is closely related to one’s income.
b. Sourced on the social aspect
Sourced on the social aspect can cause someone to carry out acts of corruption. This can happen because of the encouragement and support of the family, even though the individual character of the person does not want to do it.
Areas in this case even provide incentives to carry out corruption, instead of providing punishment.
2. External Aspect
External aspects that trigger corruption are more inclined to outside influences, among others, can be seen from several aspects:
Aspects of citizens’ behavior towards corruption
The trigger for corruption in this aspect is when the values in society are conducive to the formation of corruption.
Residents do not realize that the ones who suffer the most or the main victims when there is corruption are themselves. Not only that, residents are less aware that they are participating in corruption.
Corruption will certainly be prevented and eradicated if actively participate in the program to prevent and eradicate corruption.
For this reason, there is a need for socialization and guidance on understanding in responding to corruption for the citizens.
The economic aspect is almost similar to the consumptive attitude in the internal aspect. The problem here is that more emphasis is placed on a person’s income, not on his consumptive character. With inadequate income, it can be a trigger for corruption to be tried by someone.
On the political aspect, corruption can occur because of political interests and achieving and maintaining power.
Generally, in the political aspect, this can form unbroken chains of triggers for corruption. From one person to another.
In the organizational aspect, the trigger for corruption can occur due to several reasons, such as the lack of exemplary leadership, the absence of the right organizational culture, the inadequacy of the right accountability system, and the weakness of the management control system and weak supervision.