Deconstruction of Conventional Accountability: A Criticism Built from Mousque Accountability

Authors : Riyanti; Damayanti; Syarifuddin

Volume/Issue : Volume 5 - 2020, Issue 8 - August

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DOI : 10.38124/IJISRT20AUG082

This study aims to find and understand the meaning of accountability for the takmir of the mousque and then deconstruct the conventional accountability model from the perspective of Islamic values contained in the accountability of the mousque. This research is a type of qualitative research using Derrida-style deconstruction as a method of deconstruction and Islamic values as a data analysis tool. Data obtained by conducting telephone interviews for three months, checking documents, and doing literacy reviews from various sources. The results show that conventional accountability practices by companies specifically nonprofit organizations are still full of egoistic and materialistic values. Therefore, the logosentrime of conventional accountability needs to be deconstructed. Based on research findings, accountability that is free from egoistic and materialistic can be realized with the concept of mousque accountability which is built from the perspective of Islamic values. The findings show the trust and spiritual values become the foundation for takmir in taking responsibility both horizontally and vertically..

Keywords : Conventional Accountability, Mousque Accountability, Accountability, Trusteeship, Spiritual.


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