Rationality Building in Internal Audit Practice as Domination Exemption of Internal Auditor Role

Dwi Hariyanti


This study purpose is to develop rationalization to exempt internal auditor role domination. This study uses a qualitative paradigm with a critical approach. analysis tool used is Habermas rationalization thinking that has been criticized. Study results show that dominant cause of internal audit role is rationalization to build internal audit practice. Rationalization building of internal auditors have a tendency to money and power. Therefore, authors build a form of rationalization that can be used by internal auditors that free from interest.

Keywords: auditor’s role, domination, emancipatory communication

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