Perspectives from a Business School
Edited by Kathy Daniels, Caroline Elliott, Simon Finley and Colin Chapman
Chapter 25: How to embed Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in teaching
In this chapter, we answer one main question – how can educators embed Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in their teaching? We begin by clarifying a couple of points: (a) what we mean by CSR and (b) our philosophical and educational stances on embedding CSR in teaching. Although we attempt in this chapter to provide a roadmap of embedding and teaching CSR, we also focus on the interactions between CSR contents and business and management modules. Finally, we bring the discussion together by reflecting on our own experience in embedding CSR contents in teaching as a stand-alone module and integrated contents in courses offered in business schools.
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