Sudana, I Putu
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SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, KEBIJAKAN LOKAL BALI, DAN EMANCIPATORY ACCOUNTING Sudana, I Putu
Jurnal Akuntansi Multiparadigma Vol 7, No 2 (2016): Jurnal Akuntansi Multiparadigma
Publisher : Universitas Brawijaya

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Abstrak: Sustainable Development, Kebijakan Lokal Bali, dan Emancipatory Accounting. Penelitian ini bertujuan memahami kaitan antara konsep emansipasi dalam sustainable development dan kebijakan lokal Bali Tri Hita Karana, serta implikasinya bagi emancipatory accounting. Konsep penelitian yang diadopsi adalah critical research dengan qualitative content analysis dan reflective  approach sebagai alat analisisnya. Simpulan penelitian ini adalah sustainable development memperjuangkan emansipasi ekosistem, intragenerasi, dan antargenerasi. Spiritual development merupakan jiwa bagi setiap perjuangan emansipatif karena manusia adalah makhluk imanen dan transenden. Sebagai implikasinya, upaya pengembangan emancipatory accounting harus didasarkan pada dualitas karakter ini dan harus tercermin dalam setiap perjuangan emansipatif para akuntan.Abstract: Sustainable Development, Balinese Local Wisdom, and Emancipatory Accounting.This study is aimed to comprehend interrelationship between emancipation concepts in sustainable development and Balinese local wisdom Tri Hita Karana, and its implication to emancipatory accounting. Framed with critical research, qualitative content analysis and  reflective  approach,  data  analysis  was conducted.  It  concludes  that sustainable development is strugling for emancipations to ecosystem, intrageneration and intergeneration. Spiritual development must become the foundation of emancipatory struggles since human beings are immanent and trancedental creature. Development of emancipatory accounting must be based on this understanding and must be reflected in the emancipative struggles of accountants.