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    Can you please assist with the attached article critique? Here are the instructions:
    Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is one of the hottest issues in corporate boardrooms. Use a peer-reviewed, scholarly article regarding CSR. Begin with an introduction that defines the subject of your article and what your view of CSR would be if you were the CEO of a large corporation. In your opinion, why have stakeholders given CSR more attention in recent years? Would you give CSR a significant portion of your coproate budget? Explain and defend your point of view with examples.
    Conclude your article critique by summarizing the main idea of the article you have chosen and indicating if you agree or disagree with the article's author and why.
    You will need to identify and explain the author's ideas. Include specific passages that support your description of the author's point of view.
    Offer your own opinions an expand upon the scenario of being the CEO of a large company. Describe several points on the topic of CSR including ethics.
    Write the critique in standard essay form with a minimum of 500 words in APA format.

    I have attached two different files on the same article. If you can find a better Peer Review Scholarly Article please feel free to reference it.

    Thank you in advance for your assistance.

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    Is corporate social responsibility a real responsibility or a needed component for business? The answer lies within the value of social responsibility of both management and workers, but mostly in the hands of management. For individuals, a social responsibility may be important to pursue. However, getting corporate powers to agree is difficult and having them respond to the concerns of employees or at the level employees would like is almost impossible.
    Corporate social responsibility can take on many forms. It can be aiding communities or specific groups. It can address issues like health, hunger, environment, or any other concern humans may have. CSR can be a large commitment or small. It can be included into the strategic plan and the fiber of the corporation. Often companies use CSR ...

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    The review of an article on Corporate Social Responsibility.