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Scirj Volume II, Issue VIII, August 2014 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


I Gde Ary Wirajaya, Made Sudarma, Unti Ludigdo, Ali Djamhuri

Abstract: Pakraman (traditional) village is a social community in Bali which is growing and developing from social interactions in which communities construct their own reality of cultural symbols, culture and religion in the surrounding areas. Kuta is one of traditional village in Bali. Its ability in managing and fostering community life as well as in the development process, providing motivation to examine the organization in certain areas of study, such as the relationship between traditional village with accountability. Assessment in Kuta traditional village’s accountability becomes important, considering this organization has the means to drive villages economic activities which becomes one of the biggest in Indonesia. In addition, the development and existence of Kuta traditional village so far also implementation of good governance of the organization. The purpose of this research is to uncover, understand and interpret in depth the concept of accountability imposed in Kuta traditional village. The researcher used an interpretive paradigm and Spradley’s ethnographic methodology (1997) as the basis for obtaining descriptions of speech, writing, and behavior of individuals in a comprehensive manner, so that it is expected to comprehend the construction of accountability imposed in the organization of Kuta traditional village. The result of the field study showed that the practice of constructed accountability of the organization in Kuta traditional village is a form of Tri Hita Karana (THK) accountability . The THK Accountability consists of pawongan, palemahan and parahyangan accountability. The practice of accountability is actually formed from the configuration values of philosophy, culture and religion.

Reference this Paper: THE ACCOUNTABILITY IN THE DIMENSION OF TRI HITA KARANA (THK) by I Gde Ary Wirajaya, Made Sudarma, Unti Ludigdo, Ali Djamhuri published at: "Scientific Research Journal (Scirj), Volume II, Issue VIII, August 2014 Edition, Page 10-17 ".

Search Terms: Kuta traditional village, Pawongan accountability, Palemahan accountability, and Parahyangan accountability

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