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|Classroom learning and the perception of social responsibility amongst graduate students of management accounting
Ruiz-Rodríguez, M Consuelo
Cámara de la Fuente, Macario
Chamorro Rufián, Eva
|This study analyzes how learning about social responsibility (SR) can modify the perceptions of university students about the importance of responsible behavior on the part of companies. To this end, a questionnaire was designed and administered to Management Accounting students before (n = 128) and after (n = 71) receiving two training activities on SR. The descriptive results obtained testify to the importance of SR in the views of the sampled students, both before and after receiving the specific learning in SR. In this latter moment, students demonstrated a vision highly committed to the need for SR to be part of the economic agenda. The results also show that there was a significant change in the perception of SR and its implications in terms of benefits and costs before and after receiving the training. All of this suggests that SR training has partially modified students’ perceptions of SR. This paper provides important insights that could be leveraged by university and business school managers for the purpose of designing or modifying curricula related to SR. At the same time, it evaluates the potential of SR learning as a tool for modifying attitudes.
sustainable development goals (SDGs)
|Proyecto de Innovación Docente de la Universidad de Jaén “Active learning of Social Responsibility within the Management Accounting subjects”, I2D-UJA 2016–2018
|Castilla-Polo, F., Ruiz-Rodríguez, M. C., Moreno, A., Licerán-Gutiérrez, A., Cámara de la Fuente, M., Chamorro Rufián, E., & Cano-Rodríguez, M. (2020). Classroom learning and the perception of social responsibility amongst graduate students of management accounting. Sustainability, 12(17), 7093.
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