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  • What is Social Responsibility (SR)..? • Social responsibility is an ethical ideology or theory that an entity- organization or individual, has an obligation, to act, to benefit society at large. • To maintain a balance between the economy and the ecosystem. • 2 ways • Active & • Passive • There are criticisms.
  • Characteristics of SR • • • • • • • • Honesty Integrity Loving Caring Giving Unselfishness Responsibility Accountability
  • Unselfish love and help
  • Individual Social Responsibility (ISR) • One’s own responsibility. • Learned from culture, society, family, etc. … • By donating, reducing consumption of resources, etc.
  • Student Social Responsibility (SSR) • Starts from studentship. • Based on individual ethics learned from schools, teachers, friends, culture, society, family. • Trained from the social activities conducted in schools.
  • Political Responsibility
  • Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
  • CSR…???
  • CSR…??? • Also called corporate conscience, corporate citizenship, social performance, sustainable responsible business or Responsible Business. • CSR is a process with the aim to embrace responsibility for the company's actions and encourage a positive impact through its activities on the environment, consumers,employees,communities,stakeholders and all other members of the public sphere. • A more common approach of CSR is philanthropy. This includes monetary donations and aid given to local organizations and impoverished communities in developing countries.
  • Some Real time happenings due to CSR Ford has engaged in a no.of CSR activities around the globe in helping and serving various groups and culture of people. •Field trips •Medical facilities for the required
  • Bhat Biotech, Chennai Helping children in studies Providing scholarships Neozene, Bangalore Conducting vacation classes for children Awareness on various diseases
  • Motives • Each Company carries on CSR activities with various motives. Philanthropic To raise their reputation with the public or with government. To distract the public from shooting ethical questions posed by their core operations. Eg.: McDonald’s.
  • Framework
  • Importance of CSR
  • Non-Governmental Organisations • Philanthropism to non-governmental nonprofitable organisations charitable trusts like • CRY- Child Rights and You, • Save the Children • Pratham • CSR promotes NGOs.
  • Poor people benefited by Charitable Trusts
  • Animal Cruelty • Due to the theory called ‘Profit Maximisation’. • Food chains involved. • Indirectly affecting humans.
  • References • socialresponsibility.biz/ • en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corporate_social_respo nsibility