Corporate Social Responsibility
Entine and Jennings (Case 3.3, p. 104) note that there are eight questions that should be answered about a company to determine the character of its soul:
1. Does the company comply with the law?
2. Does the company have a sense of propriety?
3. How honestly do product claims match with reality?
4. How forthcoming is the company with information?
5. How does the company treat its employees?
6. How does the company handle third-party ethics issues?
7. How charitable is the company?
8. How does the company react when faced with negative disclosures?
Develop a blog aimed at assessing corporate social responsibility. Be sure to address the following:
• Contrast the Entine and Jennings’ views with those of Friedman and Freeman, found within your text.
• What is the difference between Entine and Jennings’ eight questions and traditional measures of social responsibility?
• Would the model mean that Fannie Mae could be labeled an “honest” company? Why or why not?
Support your blog with at least three (3) scholarly resources. In addition to these specified resources, other appropriate scholarly resources may be
Length of blog: 3 entries (approximately 350 words per entry)
Your blog should be located at a web site that can be easily accessed by Faculty (e.g., www.blogger.com, www.wordpress.com, www.blogster.com, www.blog.com,
or www.multiplicity.com). It should contain text that is readable, links that work, a display of at least one graphic, and content information that supports
the assignment requirements.
Your writing within the blog should demonstrate thoughtful consideration of the ideas and concepts that are presented in the course and provide new thoughts
and insights relating directly to this topic. Your response should reflect scholarly writing and current APA standards. Be sure to adhere to Northcentral
University’s Academic Integrity Policy.
Submit a word document that contains the URL of the blog and your name. Include references to course resources presented in proper APA format.