Riset Akuntansi Kritis: Pendekatan (Non) Feminisme Tjoet Njak Dhien
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AbstractThis article examines the growth of feminism as a reaction to the domination of men to women. By comparing ‘men’s’ critical theories and feminism, it is found that they both still possess masculine traits. Western Feminism characters in its variety (Liberal, Radical, Marxist/Socialist, and Postmodern) are filled with the goal to overthrow oppression of men to women without regard to religiosity. This article describes the superiority of Indonesian ‘Non-Feminist’ from Aceh, Tjoet Njak Dhien, who was able to offer liberation and change by embedding the nature of Islamic women. Her lifestyle and struggle become the essence of Tjoet Njak Dhien’s Critical Theory, which is then defined into methodology for critical accounting research.