RESPONDING CSR REALITY WITH THE ‘BOURDIEU’ THINKING DEVICE

Publication Date : 01/01/2017


Author(s) :

TENRIWARU, MEDIATY.


Volume/Issue :
Volume 3
,
Issue 1
(01 - 2017)



Abstract :

CSR is the implementation of corporate social responsibility towards the stakeholder. The practice of CSR has been practiced by companies as a relation of habitus, capital and domains that are the product of social practice in Bourdieu epistemology thinking framework. This study aims to see how Bourdieu's social practices are implemented in the interaction of corporate social responsibility. Bourdieu's epistemological qualitative method becomes a reference in explaining how a practice that has been considered as a guide in carrying out corporate social obligations to internal and external stakeholders. Qualitative method is used because it is able to explain how the practice of CSR is formed from the interaction of habitus, capital and domains implemented by the company. The results showed that the relationship between habitus, capital and the domain will form the practice of CSR as has been done by the company. Habitus is a series of habits or patterns that are understood by the company in channeling its CSR where this pattern still adheres to a capitalist orientation with the aim of maximizing the interests of the owner. The capital itself consists of the economic, social, cultural and symbolic capital that shapes the capitalization of the firm's capital in its CSR practice and the final domain is the area where the CSR is practiced and the interaction of the three will result in CSR practices as has been done by the company.


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