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November 15, 2010 Recap: CAPRA Problem Solving Corporate Social Responsibility Why Social Bonds and Connections are Key
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50% of Points Still To Come Quizzes (2 more can boost score) Outline: 50 Paper: 200 Final: 150 Extra Credit: 50 Participation: 100
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Social Capital Society is when relationships (between individuals, groups) are Social capital influences Social capital contributes to and derives
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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 stewards of pub interest Corporations should be held accountable to the pub intt , especially in the communities. (i.e., Enron) SARBANES OXLEY
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Corporate Social Responsibility Charity Principle : Help community and people in community via donations of money and volunteers . Examples: Target, Starbuck’s, NASCAR
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Starbuck’s Encourages partners (employees) to donate time and money and will match
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