Early age education as charitable business institution in one side attempts to develop social relation in an educational institution based on religious and democratic values. In other side, it also becomes a stage for those who have authority that adopt religious values to make it legitimate. Domination occurs because the owner makes the charitable business his own. Â
That is the conclusion of dissertation of a lecturer from Sriwijaya University, Drs. M. Ridhah Taqwa, M.Si., delivered in open examination of doctoral program in Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, UGM, Friday afternoon (19/2). His dissertation is entitled â€œAuthority Relation in Educational Institution, Case Study in Aizifah School Yogyakarta with the promoter, Prof. Dr. Susetiawan and co-promoter Dr. Aris Arif Mundayat.Â
According to Ridhah Taqwa, there is the tendency that organizers are unable to decrease its mission in managing charitable businesses. At the same time, they are unable to adapt with democratic principle, and mechanism of financial and transparent as well as accountable assets.Â â€œThat is the cause that democratic values are difficult to be implemented in charitable business. The swift way in adopting democratic principle is unaccompanied by the skills or intelligence to implement that value,â€ said the man born in Enrekang, 31 December 1966.
The husband of Siti Dinar Amin explained that the domination is conditioned by hierarchical, organizational structure of the school and different ownership of social capital, which gives room for capital owners to practice domination. The capital is in the form of authority, knowledge, construction, and ideological discourse. Apart from the social capital, the school also has cultural and symbolic capital to strengthen its bargaining power.