International Journal of Business and Social Science

ISSN 2219-1933 (Print), 2219-6021 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/ijbss

A Research on the Corporate Social Responsibility Perception: An Evidence from Turkey

Today, there is a growing perception among enterprises that sustainable success cannot be achieved solely through maximizing short-term profits.Corporate social responsibility’s growing importance on business success and positive impact on society is accepted by the enterprises.In this study, it is stated that the members' perception of corporate social responsibility of Junior Chamber International (JCI), an international non-governmental organization operating in 115 countries, differ in respect to demographic factors, especially such as sex, age and regional factors which are analysed through frequency analysis, correlation analysis, t test and variance analysis.The results of this research reveal that JCI Turkey's female members’ corporate social responsibility perceptions are more developed than the perception of male members.Besides, when regional factors are considered, southern region’s corporate social responsibility level of perception is found to be higher than that of the other regions.

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