Gaps de entendimento: construindo significados da responsabilidade social corporativa na mineração de agregados

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https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.1982-6486.rco.2021.170793

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Responsabilidade social corporativa, Mineração agregada, Mercado, Estado, Sociedade civil

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Analisamos como o significado é atribuído à responsabilidade social corporativa (RSC) por atores de mercado, governo e sociedade civil envolvidos na mineração agregada em São Paulo. O estudo se concentra nesse setor por ser uma atividade de impactos negativos notórios. Os interesses divergentes entre esses atores formaram um cenário bastante conturbado, no qual a RSC é apresentada como fundamental para reduzir os aspectos negativos e os conflitos entre os representantes da sociedade causados ​​pela mineração. Pouca atenção tem sido dada na relação entre significados da formação de indivíduos em RSC e práticas de RSC no setor de mineração situado em uma área urbana nos países em desenvolvimento. Por meio de um estudo de caso qualitativo, foram realizadas 58 entrevistas com integrantes da sociedade civil, do Estado e do mercado. Análise de documentos e observação foram técnicas utilizadas como complementares às entrevistas. Os achados deste artigo revelaram três entendimentos sobre a RSC entre os grupos da sociedade estudados: voluntário, ambiental e social. Com base na relação entre esses entendimentos, percebemos um padrão na formação do processo de como os atores dão sentido ao termo.

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2021-05-20

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Pereira, R. C. de A. ., & Barros, A. . (2021). Gaps de entendimento: construindo significados da responsabilidade social corporativa na mineração de agregados. Revista De Contabilidade E Organizações, 15, e170793. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.1982-6486.rco.2021.170793

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