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Question 1.
Early awareness of corporate social responsibility began to emerge in the 1960s as a result of


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Question 2.
As part of their social obligations, publicly traded corporations are expected to


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Question 3.
Which of the following companies is not discussed in the textbook as an example of corporate misconduct?


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Question 4.
The Chicago Bulls demonstrate their commitment to metropolitan Chicago by


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Question 5.
Habitat for Humanity, an example of a nonprofit organization that benefits from the social responsibility of many corporations,


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Question 6.
The following company is not discussed by the textbook as an example of good corporate citizenship


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Question 7.
This federal legislation provides deterrents to investor relations misbehavior by publicly held corporations.


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