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dc.contributor.authorMaphosa, France
dc.identifier.citationMaphosa, F. (1998) Corporate social responsibility in Zimbabwean business organizations. In: Chivaura, V.G. and Mararike, C.G. (eds.) The human factor approach to development in Africa. Harare: UZ Publications, pp. 148- 156.en
dc.descriptionA paper on corporate social responsibility within the Zimbabwean business sector as an aspect of the human factor.en
dc.description.abstractFormal organizations are such a predominant feature of contemporary societies, both developed and underdeveloped, that it is sometimes difficult to conceive of any good thing happening to humanity except through the organizations. (Hart and Scott, 1975). Political, economic and social development and progress have taken place within the context of formal organizations. The converse is also true. The greatest evils against humanity have been committed by or through organizations. Wars, environmental degradation, exploitation and discrimination have had the most profound and lasting effects where they have taken place within the context of formal organizationsen
dc.description.sponsorshipInternational Institute of Human Factor Development.en
dc.publisherHuman Resource Research Centre (HRRC), University of Zimbabwe (UZ)en
dc.subjectEconomic Developmenten
dc.titleCorporate social responsibility in Zimbabwean business organizationsen
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dc.rights.holder© V. G. Chivaura and C. G. Mararike, University of Zimbabwe, 1998en

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