Redefining Corporate Social Responsibility Vol: 13

David Crowther
De Montfort University, UK

Shahla Seifi
University of Derby, UK


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Product Details
Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781787561625
Published:
05 Sep 2018
Publisher:
Emerald Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
256 pages - 152 x 229mm
Series:
Developments in Corporate Governance and Responsibility
It can be argued that Corporate Social Responsibility has been universally accepted and is gradually being incorporated into the planning and activities of all organisations around the world. The subject of CSR has been debated and theorized over the last 25 years, to such an extent that we can claim to have arrived at a theoretical understanding as well as an understanding of what constitutes best practice.
The aspects which merit attention have also been generally agreed – at least according to the majority of researchers. Present attention is directed towards such things as sustainability. This book, however, takes a different approach and argues that there has been a divergence between what academics understand by corporate social responsibility and what is practiced in the world – both in business and elsewhere within society. 
Through a series of studies of aspects of CSR from around the world, it re-examines the topic though the lenses of various disciplines and cultures. It shows that the subject is much wider than is generally perceived and that CSR is evolving in a way which has not been generally recognized within the academic community. Invaluable to researchers and students in the field, this book contributes towards a much-needed redefinition of CSR.
Chapter 1. The Need to Reconsider CSR; Shahla Seifi and David Crowther
Chapter 2. Can a values reframing of ISO14001:2015 finally give business an effective tool to tackle climate change?; Sarah Williams
Chapter 3. Rethinking Corporate Social Responsibility in Capitalist Neoliberal Times; Rafaela Costa Camoes Rabello, Katen Nairn and Vivienne Anderson 
Chapter 4. Adoption of Integrated Reporting: an attempt to Reduce the gaps between CSR Discourse and its Implementation; Iona Dragu 
Chapter 5. Pouring Politics Down Our Throats: CSR Communication and Consumer Catharsis; Georgiana Grigore and Mike Molesworth
Chapter 6. The Life and Death of Corporate Social Responsibility; David Crowther 
Chapter 7. Archaeology and the symbols of socially responsible communication; Shahab Seifi and Shahla Seifi 
Chapter 8. Traditional Artisans as Stakeholders in CSR: a Rehabilitation Perspective in an Indian Context; P. N. Sankaran
Chapter 9. Reinventing CSR in Nigeria: Understanding its Meaning and Theorirs for Effective Application in Industry; Luqman Raimi
Chapter 10. How managers perceive Internal CSR: An Empirical Study of Indonesian Women; Kurnia Perdana and Nova Mardiana 
Chapter 11. The Influence of Corporate Governance and Human Governance towards Corporate Financial Crimes: a conceptual paper; Wan Nailah Abdullah & Roshima Said
Chapter 12. To Blow the Whistle or Not: the Roles of Perceived Organisational Responses and Upward Communication Satisfaction in Employees Responses to Observed Wrongdoing; Isil Karatuna and Oguz Basol

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