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Calvano, Lisa. Multinational Corporations and Local Communities: A Critical Analysis of Conflict. Journal of Business Ethics 82 (2008), 793-805 (available on D2L).

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Text: Calvano, Lisa. Multinational Corporations and Local Communities: A Critical Analysis of Conflict. Journal of Business Ethics 82 (2008), 793-805 (available on D2L).
Directions: In her article, Calvano identifies three components of multinational firms and community conflict. As you read this text, fill out the graphic organizer below. In the second column, write down the key ideas from each part of each component. In the third column, identify ways in which this component of the framework helps to understand the case study, A mine for Tambogrande, Peru.
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Philosophy 484: Global Business Ethics, Spring 2015
Text: Calvano, Lisa. “Multinational Corporations and Local Communities: A Critical Analysis of Conflict.” Journal of Business Ethics 82 (2008), 793-805 (available on D2L).
Directions: In her article, Calvano identifies three components of multinational firms and community conflict. As you read this text, fill out the graphic organizer below. In the second column, write down the key ideas from each part of each component. In the third column, identify ways in which this component of the framework helps to understand the case study, “A mine for Tambogrande, Peru.”
Due: Wednesday, January 21
Calvano’s Framework    Key Ideas    Application to the Tambogrande Case Study
Stakeholder Power Inequality    The Dark Side of CSR
The Neglect of Community Stakeholders
The Mediating Role of Other Stakeholders
Stakeholder Perception Gap    Development Ideologies
Clash of Values
Communication Strategies
Cultural Context


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