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Distributed Nov 18 Slides - Nov 18, 2009 Recap:...

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Nov 18, 2009 Recap: Remoralization (ch. 9) Corporate Social Responsibility Social Capital Plagiarism Etzioni on Family Attributes of Successful Communities Physical Environment
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Quote of the Week Justice only exists between two equals. Karl Marx
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Remoralization (ch. 9) Ordinary Morality : or cooperation, honestly, reciprocity, keeping commitments the basis of social capital Political Morality : in the political order
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Moral decline is because of the loss of We need to rebuild these Stop adding rights and start focusing on our obligations to each other
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But, What about political morality? …Better Living Through : --PP creates conditions that --Increasing laws can --States can shape society by --PP can get rid of
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In other words, Communitarians should not shy away from public policy
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Corporate Social Responsibility Steward Principle v. Charity Principle
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Corporate Social Responsibility Steward Principle : Business leaders are the Corporations should be held accountable to the , especially in the communities. (i.e., Enron)
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Corporate Social Responsibility Charity Principle : Help community and people in community via . Examples: Target, Starbuck’s, NASCAR
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Starbuck’s Encourages partners (employees) to donate time and money and will match Fair Trade Program promotes democratic cooperatives Origins Program promotes sustainability Magic Johnson/Urban Coffee Opportunities Starbuck’s Foundation and literacy Local initiatives in Seattle
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Social Capital Idea came from James Coleman originally Definition: “ .” Simply, social interaction that revolves around
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Putnam’s Study of Italy Democracy is stronger where networks of civic engagement exist and Without those networks, we get lawlessness, economic stagnation,
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The Basic Concept Society is richer when relationships (between individuals, groups) are Social capital influences behavior because it Social capital contributes to and derives from policy and government
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Predictors of Social Capital : length of residency, home ownership, higher socio-economic status : lower poverty rate, concentrated affluence, self-sufficiency of Community: well-functioning, lack of community problems, empowered citizenry
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Bonding v. Bridging SC Bonding : The relations (i.e., social capital) between Bridging : The relations (i.e., social capital) between
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