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(This is the fourth in a series of six posts.) Do acknowledged CSR leaders effectively use their corporate websites to communicate good citizenship to stakeholders and the general public? For my research project for Georgetown’s Center for Social Impact Communication,  I specifically targeted corporate websites because they are easy to access, are frequently updated, and a significant […]

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(This is the second in a series of six posts.) Just because a company is an acknowledged leader in corporate social responsibility doesn’t mean it effectively communicates that message to stakeholders and the general public. When visiting the corporate websites of a pool of these acknowledged leaders, it was often surprising how hard I had […]

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(This is the first in a series of six posts.) Some of the most socially-responsible companies are not the best communicators; especially when it comes to letting the general public know about their good works. With a greater consumer and public awareness of CSR, there is a growing debate about the role of communications. It […]

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Companies walk a fine line between promoting their Corporate Social Responsibility in a manner that is consistent with social good over methods deemed as publicity-seeking by stakeholders and the general public. Many CSR leaders issue annual CSR reports to highlight their efforts in sustainability, global citizenship, environment, health care and employee well-being. But how many […]

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