Business Ethics and CSR

Mobilizing after corporate environmental irresponsibility in a community of place

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In this paper, we take a framing perspective to corporate environmental irresponsibility and focus it on the community of place as one among the most affected, yet rarely examined, stakeholders. In particular, we take a framing microprocess perspective, to study how interactions within a community of place affect a mobilization after corporate environmental irresponsibility. We elicit two framing microprocess, losses display and scale augmentation, and show how they significantly, though differently, affect a mobilization. In so doing, we enrich our understanding of how communities of place mobilize, the types of, and venues, where interactions take place in a community of place—and how these affect a mobilization.
Bibliographic citation: CAVOTTA, V., PALAZZO, G., VACCARO, A. (2021). Mobilizing after corporate environmental irresponsibility in a community of place. A Framing microprocess perspective. Journal of Business Ethics. doi:10.1007/s10551-021-04983-1.

Reference: 10.1007/s10551-021-04983-1 (DOI)
Date: 01/11/2021
Author(s): Valeria Cavotta; Guido Palazzo; Antonino Vaccaro
Document type: Article in Journal (refereed)
Department: Business Ethics
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Languages: English