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Social Responsiveness Scale

One can identify the impact of service-learning on an organization's goal accomplishment by using a social responsiveness scale. The four approaches identified in the social responsiveness scale are:

a. reactive
b. defensive
c. accommodative
d. proactive

Define each of these four approaches and identifying how firms using each approach respond to issues of social responsibility.

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Social Responsiveness Scale

Introduction

This paper gives a detailed analysis of social responsiveness scale, which is used to identify and analyze the impact of service learning on the accomplishment of goals. Service learning is a teaching methodology, which is used to develop critical thinking and competent learning skills for the attainment of stated goals. It consists of four stages-preparation, action, reflection and recognition. Service learning also fosters innovation in the administration of different modes required to accomplish various organizational tasks. Apart from this, the paper will also assist the reader to gain an in-sight about the major approaches of social responsiveness scale, which is used by the organizations to address the issues of different nature and type.

Social responsiveness scale

This is an effective quantitative technique which is used to identify the strategy that firms use to deal with the issues existing in the external as well as internal environment. It consists of four approaches-reactive, defensive, accommodative and proactive (RADP). All of these approaches are used to ...

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