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Employees’ Attitudes Towards Corporate Social Responsibility (the Case of VKontakte)

Student: Elizaveta Podkladysheva

Supervisor: Evgenia S. Balabanova

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences

Educational Programme: Sociology of Public Sphere and Social Communications (Master)

Year of Graduation: 2019

The main consumers of corporate social responsibility have always been and remain the employees of the companies. However, nowadays CSR is not just the demands of the market or stakeholders, it is some kind of global trend that is provided not only by national structures and the government, but also by business ethics, public and business structures. As part of this work, we will be interested in the IT-specialists, their attitude to the practices implemented in the company, as well as their degree of participation in these practices, evaluation of the effectiveness and importance of CSR practices for themselves and their professional community as a whole.

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