745: Course name: Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
Textbook Information: Title: The Social Domain in CSR and Sustainability: A Critical Study of Social Responsibility among Government, Local Community and Corporations, Author: Thiel, Edition: 2015, Publisher: Routledge, ISBN: 978-1472456373
REQUIREMENTS & NECESSITIES TO FOLLOW:
Answering Discussion Questions:
Student answers or responds to all questions completely, demonstrating knowledge and understanding of key concepts, ability to think critically, and has included original examples in his/her response. It is required that the textbook and/or scholarly research be included to justify and/or solidify any argument or reasoning.
The student brings in outside examples and is able to examine a problem or situation from a variety of perspectives.
When you writing the response to the questions, please refer to the Question title such as: W1DQ1, W3DQ2, etc
Here they’re the work: Total single spaced 3 pages = W2DQ1 and W2DQ2 in 1 page (min 550words) and PA in single-spaced 2-page (min 550words/page)
Assignments to complete:
Reading : Chapter 1: The Interchange of Societal Values and Beliefs, Trust, Competitiveness and Expectations within CSR and Sustainability
W2_DQ1 (0.5 page APA format, single spaced)
Discuss the 4 gaps in social responsibility in the social domain and the impact which they have in government, business, and local communities.
W2_DQ2 (0.5 page APA format, single spaced)
Recognizing the importance of CSR, identify, discuss, and prioritize practitioners values and beliefs regarding CSR and sustainability. Please provide the rationale for your prioritization.
Professional Assignment (PA)1 (2-page APA format, single spaced)
1. Identify a company
2. Discuss and review their CSR
3. Identify and describe how to measure their CSR
4. Discuss and review the 3 drivers of CSR and Sustainability in regards to your selected company
5. Is CSR sustainable for the selected company, why? Or why not?
Document your citations throughout the text of a 2-page paper; APA is the accepted format for all Westcliff University classes. Your papers must include an introduction and a clear thesis, several body paragraphs, and a conclusion. Top papers demonstrate a solid understanding of the material and critical thinking.