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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:53478
Doc. No:TL23432
Call number:‭3345054‬
Main Entry:David Clyde Neintare Ogula
Title & Author:Stakeholder involvement in corporate social strategy: An ethnographic study of the Niger Delta, NigeriaDavid Clyde Neintare Ogula
College:University of Phoenix
Date:2008
Degree:D.M.
student score:2008
Page No:354
Abstract:A major problem in community-company relations in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria is stakeholder involvement and the apparent lack of understanding of the perceptions of community members of their roles in corporate social strategy. Community protests against transnational corporations in the late 1990s, disrupted crude oil production in the Niger Delta and caused transnational oil corporations significant property damage, and financial losses. The qualitative ethnographic study conducted was intended to explore the perceived roles of community members in corporate social strategy and understand the factors that influenced their perceptions. The findings of a sample of 20 Niger Delta inhabitants suggest that participants perceive corporate social strategy through the lens of underdevelopment and its implications for their social and economic wellbeing. The findings also suggest that corporations operating in rural communities in developing nations are perceived to have greater roles in social strategy and sustainable development. The study adds a rural community perspective to the larger discourse on corporate social responsibility and provides an understanding of the roles of rural communities in corporate social strategy that could enhance community-company relations. The major findings of the study were conceptualized in order to present a three-stage corporate social strategic partnership (CSSP) model to guide the formulation of strategic partnerships in rural communities.
Subject:Social sciences; CSR in emerging economies; Community development; Corporate social responsibility; Globalization and Africa; Nigeria; Partnership models; Stakeholder involvement; Transnational corporations; Management; Political science; Social structure; Studies; Social responsibility; 0700:Social structure; 0615:Political science; 0454:Management
Added Entry:S. M. Woods
Added Entry:University of Phoenix