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Title: Analysis of Internal Stakeholder Perception Towards Social Responsinility Activities and Their Influence on Attachment: a case study of Indonesia International Institute for Life Sciences (i3L)
Authors: Herdiansyah, Anasthasia
Keywords: Internal Stakeholder perception of Social Responsibilities
Institution Fit
Social Responsibility Capability
Internal Stakeholder Attachment
Time at Institution
Issue Date: 19-Aug-2019
Publisher: Indonesia International Institute for Life Sciences
Series/Report no.: BE 19-001;T201912077
Abstract: Social responsibility is constantly evolving through the realms of many organizational constructs, and not merely just corporate (CSR). With new scopes and developments of social responsibility; firms, institutions, non-government organizations, and many more entities are changing in terms of perception of social responsibility concepts. At present, very few studies are dissecting means of social esponsibility in the view of higher education or institution/organizational based concepts. Therefore this study examines how the perceived fit in culture and perceived capabilities may play in effect towards the perception of social responsibilities in internal stakeholders within the university institution. In these relationships, added variables are that it may be moderated by the time spent within the institution. The empirical findings suggest that perceived cultural fit may not play a relationship towards the perception of social responsibilities in internal stakeholders, but does with perceived capabilities. Consequently, with limited relationship towards perception, attachment also does not guarantee hypothetical relationships. Furthermore, the results offer immediate implications towards marketing theories and practices and theoretical implications.
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