Table of contents for The debate over corporate social responsibility / [edited by] Steve May, George Cheney, and Juliet Roper.

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THE DEBATE OVER CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
Table of Contents
I. Introduction
Chapter 1: Why Corporate Social Responsibility: Why Now? How? 
Jill J. McMillan, Wake Forest University
Chapter 2: A New Generation of Global Corporate Social Responsibility
Michael Stohl, University of California at Santa Barbara
Cynthia Stohl, University of California at Santa Barbara
Nikki C. Townsley, University of Colorado at Boulder
Chapter 3: Progressing From Corporate Social Responsibility to Brand Integrity
Malcolm McIntosh, University of Bath
II. Cases and Contexts
Chapter 4: Facing Corporate Power
Jem Bendell, University of Nottingham
	Mark Bendell, Chester University College
	
Chapter 5: Corporate Citizenship: The Dark-Side Paradoxes of Success
Sandra Waddock, Boston College	
Chapter 6: Corporate Social Responsibility in Scandinavia: A Turn Towards the Business Case?
Mette Morsing, Copenhagen Business School
Atle Middtun, Norwegian School of Management
Karl Palmas, Goteborg University
Chapter 7: Corporate Social Responsibility in Asia: A Confucian Context
Glen Whelan, Nottingham University
Chapter 8: Corporate Social Responsibility and Public Relations: Perceptions and Practices in Singapore
	Krishnamurthy Sriramesh, Nanyan Technological University
	Chew Wee Ng, Singapore Press Holdings
	Soh Ting Ting, Unilever Singapore
	Luo Wanyin, Ministry of Defense, Singapore
Chapter 9: A Look at Corporate Social Responsibility in Mexico: An Approximation from the Point of View of Communication
Mariela Perez, Tecnológico de Monterrey
III. Legal Perspectives
Chapter 10: Legal Versus Ethical Arguments: Contexts for Corporate Social Responsibility 
Matthew W. Seeger, Wayne State University
Steven J. Hipfel, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations
Chapter 11: Corporate Deception and Fraud: The Case for an Ethical Apologia
Keith Michael Hearit, Western Michigan University
Chapter 12: Regulation: Government, Business, and the Self in the United States
John Llewellyn, Wake Forest University
Chapter 13: Can Corporate Personhood Be Socially Responsible?
Dean Ritz, The University of Montana
IV. Economic Perspectives
Chapter 14: How to Read Milton Friedman: Corporate Social Responsibility and Today's Capitalisms
James Arnt Aune, Texas A&M University
Chapter 15: Corporate Social Responsibility as Oxymoron: Universalization and Exploitation at Boeing
Dana L. Cloud, University of Texas at Austin
Chapter 16: Towards an Accounting for Sustainability: A New Zealand View
Stewart Lawrence, University of Waikato
Chapter 17: Conscientious Consumerism 
Brenden E. Kendall, University of Utah
Rebecca Gill, University of Utah
George Cheney, University of Utah
V. Social Perspectives
Chapter 18: Corporate Governance, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Communication 
Stanley Deetz, University of Colorado 
Chapter 19: Corporate and Institutional Responses to the Challenge of HIV/AIDS: 
The Case of South Africa
Grant Samkin, University of Waikato
Stewart Lawrence, University of Waikato
	
Chapter 20: Business, Society, and Impacts on Indigenous Peoples
Marcus Breen, Northeastern University
Chapter 21: Activism, Risk, and Communicational Politics: Nike and the Sweatshop Problem 
Graham Knight, McMaster University
		
VI. Environmental Perspectives
Chapter 22: Corporate Environmentalism
Connie Bullis, University of Utah
Fumiko Ie, University of Utah
Chapter 23: Greening of Corporations? Eco-Talk and the Emerging Social Imaginary of Sustainable Development 
Sharon M. Livesey, Fordham University 
Julie Graham, University of Massachusetts	
Chapter 24: Discourses of Sustainability in Today's Public Sphere
Tarla Rai Peterson, University of Utah
Todd Norton, University of Utah
Chapter 25: Green Marketing and Advertising
Worawan Yim Ongkrutraksa, Chulalongkorn University
Chapter 26: Sustainable Development Discourse and the Global Economy: Promoting Responsibility, Containing Change
Shiv Ganesh, University of Waikato
Chapter 27: The Behavior of Corporate Species in Ecosystems and Their Roles in Environmental Change
Douglas Crawford-Brown, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
VII. Commentary on CSR: The Contributions of Communication and Other Perspectives
Chapter 28: Is Sustainability Sustainable? CSR, Sustainable Business, and Management Fashion
Theodore E. Zorn, University of Waikato
Eva Collins, University of Waikato
Chapter 29: Corporate Social Responsibility and Public Policymaking
	Charles Conrad, Texas A&M University
	Je'Anna Abbott, University of Houston
Chapter 30: The Case of the Subaltern Public: A Postcolonial Investigation of CSR's (O)missions
Debashish Munshi, University of Waikato 
Priya Kurian, University of Waikato 
Chapter 31: The Discourse of Corporate Social Responsibility: Postmodern Remarks
Lars Thøger Christensen, University of Southern Denmark, Odense 
Chapter 32: Corporate Social Responsibility/Corporate Moral Responsibility: Is There a Difference and the Difference it Makes
Patricia Werhane, DePaul University, University of Virginia

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Social responsibility of business.