Definition of Social Responsiveness?

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Social responsiveness is when a firm or organization engages in social actions in response to some popular social need. Examples include: a firm that is trying to eliminate a product that might cause social harm or a company involved in community development. Philanthropy is also a form of social rsponsiveness.
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