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Should an organization always adopt a broad stance on social responsibility? Explain how you agree or disagree with this question and why you have this perspective.

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Social Responsibility

Social responsibility is a theory that proposes that individuals and organizations have a responsibility to act in a manner that society is protected and benefited. As an expansion to this, CSR or corporate social responsibility is a view organizations and corporations must self-regulate, complying with legal and ethical standards, taking responsibility for its actions to encourage a positive ...

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The question of organizational social responsibility is discussed, in particular the kind of stance they should take. Resources are listed for further exploration of the topic. A word version is also attached.

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