ALIRAN-ALIRAN PEMIKIRAN ALTERNATIF DALAM AKUNTANSI



Nur Indriantoro(1*)

(1) Universitas Gadjah Mada
(*) Corresponding Author

Abstract


This paper discusses the school of thinking within the accounting circle other
than structural functionalism which is the mainstream. The other alternative schools
discussed that influenced the accounting development are interpretivism, radical
structuralism, radical humanism, and postmodernism.


Keywords


accounting schools, structural functionalism, interpretivism, radical structuralism, radical humanism, postmodernism.

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