Internal and External Dimensions of Spanish Undergraduates' Attitudes Towards CSR Practices
José Luis Vázquez Burguete,
Maria P. Garcia,
Pablo Gutierrez and
No 359, Apas Papers from Academic Public Administration Studies Archive - APAS
The principal aim of this study is to analyze the internal and external Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) functions attributed by university students to enterprises in their habitual economic activity, just as the influence of academic background in such subjective perceptions. Self-reported data was collected through a structured questionnaire from a total sample of 400 Spanish undergraduates. Descriptive and multivariate analysis revealed a generalized awareness of the relevance of socially responsible criteria, particularly when concerned to relationships with employees and consumers. Moreover, students in Experimental and Technical fields showed higher expectations of enterprises' social responsibilities than those within Social, Health and Humanities.
Keywords: Corporate social responsibility; undergraduates' expectations; European policy; higher education; academic background (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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