This study aims to find conceptual innovations, with a focus on the scope of University Social Responsibility in the perspective of transformative ecofeminism. The basic belief that guides action in this research is the transformative worldview. The research approach is based on feminism with the data collection process carried out by observation, in-depth interviews, documentation, and FGDs. The two data research rigour strategies chosen were to maintain the credibility (internal validity) and reliability of the research data through triangulation of techniques and sources and to carefully review the documentation of research procedures/protocols and databases. The presentation of data and the results of the study used a “spiral data analysis.” This process was carried out by data management, making memos, categorizing, and interpreting data to presenting the final research report. The sample is stated with ten key informants used as participants. The results of the study provide a framework for the scope of USR, which consists of eight dimensions in which there are 27 indicators that direct the university's actions in realizing its social responsibility. IPE (Integrity, Professionalism, Entrepreneurship) organizational culture becomes a reinforcing value in realizing the goals of each dimension.


university social responsibility, entrepreneurship, feminist approach, transformative ecofeminism

Author Bio(s)

Luky Patricia Widianingsih is an academic who is currently pursuing her doctoral studies as well as an active lecturer. Her research interest in accounting, particularly the topics of social and environmental accounting, green accounting, corporate social responsibility, and management accounting. Currently interested in developing research in the field of university social responsibility. Email: luky.patricia08@gmail.com

Iwan Triyuwono is a Professor in Shari’a Accounting. Active in various qualitative research in accounting, ethics, and spirituality. He brings a variety of multi-paradigm research into the study of accounting, such as the interpretive, critical, postmodern, spiritual, and currently developing divine paradigms. Various research articles both on an international and national scale, as well as reference books have become works that have been cited by many people.

Ali Djamhuriis an Associate Professor in Accounting. Active in various research, especially in the field of auditing and public sector financial management. Apart from being an academic, he is also very active as a practitioner. He is strong in qualitative research methods as well as positivism research methods. In particular, the interpretive and critical research paradigm is also the uniqueness of his works in international and national journals.

Rosidi is an Associate Professor in Accounting. Active in various research, especially in the field of public sector accounting. He mastered quantitative research methods, but he was also very open to qualitative research methods in the field of accounting. His public sector background greatly strengthens his public recognition of research with research objects at universities.

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