Assessing Corporate Social Responsibility in Cultural Organizations in Iran

Shaarbaf, Behnaz Ghazi
January 2013
International Journal of Business & Social Science;Jan2013, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p99
Academic Journal
This article aims to measure the level of corporate social responsibility in cultural organizations. Therefore, the main question of the research is how a quantitative model can be designed to measure the level of social responsibility in culture and respectively, the sub-questions l organizations include: how to identify dimensions and components of social responsibility, how to identify the importance of each aspect and components of corporate social responsibility and how to design a quantitative model to measure social responsibility in cultural organizations. In the next step, in order to answer the research questions, hypotheses were set. Then, indicators were determined and questionnaires were prepared in regard with the research objectives and questions. After recollecting the questionnaires, two methods of descriptive and inferential were applied and the data from the questionnaires were analyzed to approve or reject the hypotheses.


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