Sense of Social Responsibility: The Connotation and the Denotation

Kangni WU, Lianyun YI

Abstract


Sense of social responsibility is an important issue about which the academics have conducted extensive theoretical exploration and practical research. However, so far the concept of sense of social responsibility is not unified. The academic search results about this issue are isolated from each other and independent, and they even conflict with each other. This research is to clarify and redefine social responsibility based on studies on this concept and to analyze the connotation and denotation of sense of social responsibility.

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Society; Responsibility; Sense of social responsibility

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/5658

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