RESTRUCTURING ACCOUNTABILITY VALUES – ARUMPONE VII LA TENRIRAWE BONGKANGNGE MATINROE RI GUCINNA

Publication Date : 01/09/2017


Author(s) :

MARWAH YUSUF, EKO GANIS SUKOHARSONO, DARWIS SAID, SYARIFUDDIN.


Volume/Issue :
Volume 2
,
Issue 3
(09 - 2017)



Abstract :

A study was conducted to gain an understanding on how people viewed on the Accountability of Resources and their forms in the Bone kingdom during the 7th Arumpone of La Tenrirawe Bongkangnge, and how the accountability values of that period may be compared to the learning of the value system for the present government. This research was conducted by using qualitative research with an interpretive paradigm of ethnomethodology. Results of this study indicate that Thew accountability values of Arumpone to VII Latenrirawe Bongkange was always aligned with lempu, adatongeng, getteng, sipakatau and surrender, and surrender to the god’s seuwaE, as a philosophy of life which implies seri’s and pesse. This not only carry value, but also tries to critically look into the accountability, transparency and participation, that those existed long time back. When the new NPM was discovered in the middle of the 21st century, that Arumpone VII had implemented its values in the 16th century, with different standards. Subsequently, the investigator attempts to make a study with Bone Public Management (BPM), in terms of the value of asset accountability that tried to contribute to better insights and knowledge advancement.


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