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00472875The World Business Council for Sustainable Development also defines CSR as “the continuing commitment

by business to behave ethically and contribute to economic development while improving the quality of life, of the
workforce, and their families, as well as of the local community and society at
large” (http://www.wbcsd.org).

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2. Conceptual background
2.1 CSR and marketing
CSR is regarded as a means for “improving the quality of life or well-being of society”
(i.e. the philanthropic dimension of CSR, see Carroll, 1991, p. 42) and “obeying society’s
codification ofright and wrong” (i.e. the legal dimension ofCSR, see Carroll, 1991, p. 42).
Based on their review of the recent status of the theory of CSR applied to the marketing
context, Vaaland et al. (2008) define CSR as “management of stakeholder concern for
responsible and irresponsible acts related to environmental, ethical and social
phenomena in a way that creates corporate benefit” (Vaaland et al., 2008, p. 931). Our
research follows the more specific conceptualization of CSR by Lichtenstein et al.
(2004), who define CSR as a firm’s commitment to contributing parts of its profits to
nonprofit organizations and charitable causes.

P10: 00251741011090289.pdf - 10:2 [Conceptual background 2.1 CSR ..] (4:267-4:406) (Super)
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Conceptual background
2.1 CSR and marketing
CSR is regarded as a means for “improving the quality of life or well-being of society”
(i.e.

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improving the quality of life, of the workforce, and their


families, as well as of the local community and society at
large” (http://www.wbcsd.org).

P11: 0047287510371230.pdf - 11:2 [first, economic responsibiliti..] (2:459-2:773) (Super)


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first, economic responsibilities of the firm on which the other


three are based; second are its legal responsibilities; third are
its ethical responsibilities to do what is right; and fourth are
its philanthropic responsibilities to be a good corporate citizen and improve the quality of life for the society.

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The impact of trust on business,


international security and the quality of life.

P13: 0091026014529661.pdf - 13:1 [Research examining altruistic ..] (3:2878-3:3054) (Super)


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Research examining altruistic


effects of FFEBP has explored quality of life issues for employees (Allen, 2001;
Beauregard & Henry, 2009; Roberts et al., 2004; Straub, 2011).

P13: 0091026014529661.pdf - 13:2 [Both of these FFEBP areas are ..] (22:2740-22:2970) (Super)
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Both of these FFEBP


areas are closely aligned with many public park and recreation mission statements that
center on quality of life issues and represent programming areas that are very familiar
to the agency and their staff.

P23: 0312896211415459.pdf - 23:1 [for products and services, cor..] (2:47-2:308) (Super)
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for products and services, corporate practices can contribute to problems such as the deterioration
of quality of life, environmental degradation and pollution, giving corporations an important role
in addressing these problems (Dunphy and Benveniste, 2000).

P32: 097168581001600202.pdf - 32:1 [z Improve Quality of Life of t..] (5:2109-5:2148) (Super)


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z Improve Quality of Life of the Locals:

P32: 097168581001600202.pdf - 32:2 [So the need to improve their q..] (5:2513-5:2638) (Super)
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So the need to improve their quality of life


is another requirement from the society and
local community point of view. Th

P48: 10.1016@j.jclepro.2012.05.002 (2).pdf - 48:1 [Among other aspects, this appr..] (1:4112-1:4606) (Super)
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Among other aspects, this


approach considers employee retention and motivation, cost
reduction and operating efficiency, risk reduction, the value of
a good reputation, the competitive advantage derived from product
quality and differentiation, the opening of new markets, less likelihood of being targeted by activist groups, the
development of
technologies that generate competitive advantages or improving
local quality of life (De Schutter, 2008; Lee, 2008; Weber, 2008;
among others).

P49: 10.1016@j.jclepro.2012.05.002.pdf - 49:1 [Among other aspects, this appr..] (1:4112-1:4606) (Super)
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Among other aspects, this


approach considers employee retention and motivation, cost
reduction and operating efficiency, risk reduction, the value of
a good reputation, the competitive advantage derived from product
quality and differentiation, the opening of new markets, less likelihood of being targeted by activist groups, the
development of
technologies that generate competitive advantages or improving
local quality of life (De Schutter, 2008; Lee, 2008; Weber, 2008;
among others).

P53: 101. 02601204100405.pdf - 53:1 [The impact of trust on busines..] (22:2373-22:2453) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
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The impact of trust on business,


international security and the quality of life.

P78: 122. 1111211234860.pdf - 78:1 [These include, for example, ma..] (2:2189-2:2498) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
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These include, for


example, managerial attitudes towards CSR (Quazi, 2003), theoretical aspects of CSR and
ethics (Hunt and Vitell, 1984), cross-cultural facets of CSR (Quazi and O’Brien, 2000), CSR
and quality of life (Rugimbana etal., 2008), and CSR and competitive advantage (Porter and
Krammer, 2005).
P80: 124. 581001600202.pdf - 80:1 [z Improve Quality of Life of t..] (5:2109-5:2148) (Super)
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z Improve Quality of Life of the Locals:

P80: 124. 581001600202.pdf - 80:2 [So the need to improve their q..] (5:2513-5:2638) (Super)
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So the need to improve their quality of life


is another requirement from the society and
local community point of view. Th

P93: 1350507614541199.pdf - 93:1 [… corporate social responsibil..] (4:1400-4:1661) (Super)


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… corporate social responsibility is the continuing commitment by business to behave ethically and
contribute to economic development while improving the quality of life of the workforce and their families
as well as the local community and society at large.

P93: 1350507614541199.pdf - 93:2 [In this definition, the CSR pr..] (4:1683-4:1901) (Super)
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In this definition, the CSR promise is a continuous long-term approach that contributes to the wellbeing of
individuals, which specifically aims to improve the quality of life of individuals through
economic activity.

P93: 1350507614541199.pdf - 93:3 [However, the outspoken core of..] (9:1674-9:1889) (Super)
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However, the outspoken core of CSR rests on the assumption of collaboration and
consent in the efforts of all parties to improve quality of life and to respect human and ethical rights
within business operations.

P107: 140..pdf - 107:1 [and contribute to economic dev..] (2:2072-2:2285) (Super)


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and contribute to economic development while improving the quality of life


of the workforce and their families as well as of the local community and
society at large." (CSR: Meeting Changing Expectations, 1999).

P149: 174. article.pdf - 149:1 [Dagger TS, Sweeney JC (2006) T..] (15:3708-15:3815) (Super)
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Dagger TS, Sweeney JC (2006) The effect of service evaluations on behavioral intentions and quality of life.

P154: 17471111211234860.pdf - 154:1 [These include, for example, ma..] (2:2189-2:2498) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

These include, for


example, managerial attitudes towards CSR (Quazi, 2003), theoretical aspects of CSR and
ethics (Hunt and Vitell, 1984), cross-cultural facets of CSR (Quazi and O’Brien, 2000), CSR
and quality of life (Rugimbana etal., 2008), and CSR and competitive advantage (Porter and
Krammer, 2005).

P156: 175. srarulhaq2016.pdf - 156:1 [“contributing to sustainable d..] (9:1497-9:1583) (Super)


Codes: [QWL]
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“contributing to sustainable development by working to improve the quality of life with

P158: 177. 2012 - Does LibQUAL 1 TM account for student loyalty to a university college library.pdf - 158:1
[Research regarding job satisfa..] (7:455-7:597) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
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Research regarding job satisfaction and quality of life shows the


same dual-processing mechanism (Horley and Little, 1985; Agho et al., 1993).

P159: 178. 2013 corporate social responsibility effects on corporate reputation , culture , and legitimacy in
Malay.pdf - 159:1 [For examples, evidence showed ..] (3:1681-3:1960) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
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For examples, evidence showed that 69.2 percent agreed with the
statement that ‘‘involvement by business in improving its community’s quality of life will also
improve long run profitability’’ in a survey 2001, as compared to almost 90 percent agreed
with the statement in 1991.

P173: 191. 2014_Management Research The Journal of the Iberoamerican Academy of Management Article
information.pdf - 173:1 [et al., 2013). At social level..] (12:512-12:739) (Super)
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et al.,
2013). At social level, it is very important the involvement in community activities in
which the cooperative operates by improving the quality of life, for example, by
supporting education and cultural activities (Lu

P173: 191. 2014_Management Research The Journal of the Iberoamerican Academy of Management Article
information.pdf - 173:2 [Cooperative is aware of their ..] (26:663-26:779) (Super)
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Cooperative is aware of their members and employees' quality of life 1 2 3 4 561 2 3 4 56

P173: 191. 2014_Management Research The Journal of the Iberoamerican Academy of Management Article
information.pdf - 173:3 [The cooperative fosters improv..] (26:2130-26:2246) (Super)
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The cooperative fosters improvements in the community quality of life 1 2 3 4 561 2 3 4 56

P174: 192..PDF - 174:1 [economic growth, as well as to..] (2:545-2:759) (Super)


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economic growth, as well as to build a sustainable


future for people all over the world (Setó-Pamiés et
al., 2011).Consequently, education is seen as a key
to improving quality of life, not just of individuals

P180: 198. 2013 - Are business students at Jesuit universities more socially responsible.pdf - 180:1
[Consumers’ sentiment toward ma..] (4:2760-4:2953) (Super)
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Consumers’ sentiment toward marketing is


regarded as a core indicator of the marketing system’s performance in delivering well-being
or quality of life to consumers (Peterson and Ekici, 2007).

P180: 198. 2013 - Are business students at Jesuit universities more socially responsible.pdf - 180:2 [(2007),
‘‘Consumer attitude to..] (12:1837-12:1986) (Super)
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(2007), ‘‘Consumer attitude toward marketing and subjective quality of life in


the context of a developing country’’, Journal ofMacromarketing, Vol.
P180: 198. 2013 - Are business students at Jesuit universities more socially responsible.pdf - 180:3 [(2007),
‘‘Materialism and sati..] (12:2187-12:2280) (Super)
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(2007), ‘‘Materialism and satisfaction with over-all quality of life and eight life domains’’,

P190: 202. Carroll Stakeholder.pdf - 190:1 [Firms today are expected to co..] (4:543-4:714) (Super)
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Firms
today are expected to contribute financial and human resources to the global community and to
“give back” so that the quality of life may be enhanced and sustained.

P191: 203. Carroll_1991_The Pyramid of Corporate Social Responsibiiity Toward the Morai Management of
Organizational Stakeholders.pdf - 191:1 [It is important to assist volu..] (3:3570-3:3669) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

It is important to assist voluntarily


those projects that enhance a
community's "quality of life."

P191: 203. Carroll_1991_The Pyramid of Corporate Social Responsibiiity Toward the Morai Management of
Organizational Stakeholders.pdf - 191:2 [improve quality of life.] (4:201-4:224) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
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improve quality of life.

P191: 203. Carroll_1991_The Pyramid of Corporate Social Responsibiiity Toward the Morai Management of
Organizational Stakeholders.pdf - 191:3 [This is captured in the philan..] (4:2870-4:3051) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

This is captured in the philanthropic responsibility, wherein business is


expected to contribute financial and human
resources to the community and to improve
the quality of life.

P197: 209. 2015_The in fl uence of corporate social responsibility practices on organizational performance
evide.pdf - 197:1 [On the third approach, the cre..] (3:6944-3:7132) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
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On the third approach, the creation of better working environments, including paying more attention to employee
health, wellbeing and quality of life and placing greater trust in employees,

P197: 209. 2015_The in fl uence of corporate social responsibility practices on organizational performance
evide.pdf - 197:2 [Regarding the social dimension..] (11:2437-11:2834) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
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Regarding the social dimension, results point out the importance of aspects such as training and
professional development of employees, the development of
policies aimed at facilitating employees' work-life balance, the
existence of equal opportunities without any type of discrimination and the commitment of the company to job
creation and
improvement of the quality of life of its employees.

P204: 214. 2015 - University-community engagement Case study of university social responsibility.pdf - 204:1
[promote, enhance and sustain c..] (6:1937-6:2324) (Super)
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promote, enhance and sustain community-higher education partnerships to improve the quality of life and
opportunities available to residents of economically distressed communities through the production and
exchange of knowledge, advocacy for resources to support partnerships, and promotion of significant
change within institutions of higher education, government and communities.

P205: 215. 2012_Corporate Sustainable Development Testing a New Scale Based on the Mainland Chinese
Context.pdf - 205:1 [a way as to reduce social ineq..] (3:1042-3:1164) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
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a way as to reduce social inequality and divisions, improve


quality of life, and strengthen relationships with its various

P214: 223. Cronjé, Wyk_2013_Measuring corporate personality with social responsibility benchmarks.pdf -
214:1 [CSR is the commitment of busin..] (6:1114-6:1314) (Super)
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CSR is the commitment of business to contribute to sustainable economic development,


working with employees, their families, the local community and society at large to improve
their quality of life.

P217: 226. CSR Definitions.pdf - 217:1 [improve their quality of life] (7:810-7:838) (Super)
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improve their quality of life

P218: 227. CSR in Banks.pdf - 218:1 [The pro?t maximization of thes..] (4:3293-4:3531) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
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The profit
maximization of these institutions is not devoted to shareholders or investors but to
financing social projects so they can comply with social goals such as charity,
quality of life, culture, equity, and justice (Carnero et al.

P225: 232. 2017_suring Consumer Perceptions of Corporate Social Responsibility Following the Sustainable
Development Pa.pdf - 225:1 [… Trying to make ?nancial dona..] (18:3461-18:3672) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
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… Trying to make financial donations to social causes (Soc7)


… Trying to help to improve quality of life in the local community (Soc8)
In my opinion, regarding the environment, [Hotel chain/Park name] is really…

P232: 24. The relationships among corporate social responsibility, corporate image and economic
performance of high-tech industries in Taiwan (2).pdf - 232:1 [loyees. To the bene?ciary, it ..] (6:838-6:963)
(Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

loyees. To the beneficiary, it also can advance the quality of life, the common view of
communities, popularity and celebrity.

P233: 24. The relationships among corporate social responsibility, corporate image and economic
performance of high-tech industries in Taiwan.pdf - 233:1 [loyees. To the bene?ciary, it ..] (6:838-6:963)
(Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

loyees. To the beneficiary, it also can advance the quality of life, the common view of
communities, popularity and celebrity.

P235: 241. 2014 - The antecedents of student loyalty in online programs of student loyalty.pdf - 235:1 [. She
has chaired the AMA’s Ma..] (22:2511-22:2718) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
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. She has chaired the AMA’s Marketing Communications Special Interest Group and
served as a Board Member of the Association for Health Care Research and the International
Society for Quality of Life Studies

P241: 247. 2009_The development and structural confirmation of an instrument for measuring the social
responsibility of small and.pdf - 241:1 [The continuing commitment by b..] (4:1346-4:1639) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
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The continuing commitment by business to behave ethically and contribute to economic


development while improving the quality of life of the workforce and their families as well as of the
local community and society at large (World Business Council for Sustainable Development
(WBCSD), 2001).

P267: 265. Glavas, Kelley_2014_The effects of perceived corporate social responsibility on employee
attitudes.pdf - 267:1 [Quality of Life Research, 16: ..] (35:2679-35:2716) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

Quality of Life Research, 16:


19–31.

P271: 269. gorden1992.pdf - 271:1 [employee effort for such thing..] (2:2388-2:2553) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
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employee effort for such things as quality of work life (QWL), flexible scheduling,
profit-sharing Scanlon Plans, and employee

P271: 269. gorden1992.pdf - 271:2 [employees self-interested conc..] (2:4316-2:4551) (Super)


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employees self-interested concern for corporate commitment to quality of worklife,


nor did it link OCB to employees' moral and pragmatic concerns for corporate

P271: 269. gorden1992.pdf - 271:3 [Improving Productivity and Qua..] (10:3860-10:3920) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
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Improving Productivity and Quality of Worklife. New York:

P271: 269. gorden1992.pdf - 271:4 [Making sense of quality of wor..] (11:77-11:123) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
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Making sense of quality of worklife programs.

P272: 27. Controlling Corruption through Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Governance Theory
and Practice (2).pdf - 272:1 [cials in International Busines..] (5:2366-5:3500) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
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cials in International Business Transactions (OECD Anti-Bribery


Convention) (adopted 1997, entered into force 15 February 1999); for further on this see I Carr
and O Outhwaite, “The OECD Anti-Bribery Convention Ten Years On” (2008) 5(1) Manchester
Journal of International Economic Law 3; (iii) Council of Europe Criminal Law Convention on
Corruption (COE Criminal Convention) and Civil Law Convention on Corruption (COE Civil
Convention) (both adopted 1999, entered into force1 July 2002); (iv) African Union Convention
on Preventing and Combating of Corruption (AU Convention) (adopted 2003, entered into
force on 5 August 2006); for further on this see I Carr, “Corruption in Africa: Is the African
Union Convention on Combating Corruption the Answer?” (2007) Journal of Business Law
111; and (v) the United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC) (adopted 2003,
entered into force on 14 December 2005); for further on this see I Carr, “The United Nations
Convention on Corruption: Improving the Quality of Life of Millions in the World?” (2006)
3(3) Manchester Journal of International Economic Law 3.

P273: 27. Controlling Corruption through Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Governance Theory
and Practice.pdf - 273:1 [cials in International Busines..] (5:2366-5:3500) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

cials in International Business Transactions (OECD Anti-Bribery


Convention) (adopted 1997, entered into force 15 February 1999); for further on this see I Carr
and O Outhwaite, “The OECD Anti-Bribery Convention Ten Years On” (2008) 5(1) Manchester
Journal of International Economic Law 3; (iii) Council of Europe Criminal Law Convention on
Corruption (COE Criminal Convention) and Civil Law Convention on Corruption (COE Civil
Convention) (both adopted 1999, entered into force1 July 2002); (iv) African Union Convention
on Preventing and Combating of Corruption (AU Convention) (adopted 2003, entered into
force on 5 August 2006); for further on this see I Carr, “Corruption in Africa: Is the African
Union Convention on Combating Corruption the Answer?” (2007) Journal of Business Law
111; and (v) the United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC) (adopted 2003,
entered into force on 14 December 2005); for further on this see I Carr, “The United Nations
Convention on Corruption: Improving the Quality of Life of Millions in the World?” (2006)
3(3) Manchester Journal of International Economic Law 3.

P274: 270. hamid2014.pdf - 274:1 [Rahman, Zain, & Al-Haj, 2011)...] (2:2299-2:2777) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
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Rahman, Zain, &


Al-Haj, 2011).World Business Council on Sustainable Development (is a CEO-led organization founded in 1991)
support the idea on the business should contribute to the state economic development, mirror from its CSR
definitions’ as "continuing commitment by business to behave ethically and contribute to economic development
while improving the quality of life of the workforce and their families as well as of the local community and
society at large".

P292: 286. JCP Frias y Luis.pdf - 292:1 [In this regard, we can stress ..] (3:7572-3:7720) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
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In this regard,
we can stress both the economic status of the population of each
municipality and its degree of sustainability and quality of life.

P292: 286. JCP Frias y Luis.pdf - 292:2 [s”. Along these lines, one of ..] (4:3898-4:4066) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
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s”. Along these lines, one of the most common


approaches to determine a municipality’s level ofsustainabilityis its
quality of life (Glaser, 1991; Williams et al., 2

P292: 286. JCP Frias y Luis.pdf - 292:3 [demonstrate that their city’s ..] (4:4551-4:4869) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
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demonstrate that their city’s residents enjoy higher levels ofwellbeing and satisfaction (in other words, a higher
quality of life)
than those of other localities, reporting their efforts to improve
quality of life through practices of social responsibility and
sustainable development (Prado-Lorenzo et al., 2012).

P292: 286. JCP Frias y Luis.pdf - 292:4 [A municipality’s level of qual..] (4:4926-4:5040) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
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A municipality’s level of quality of life positively influences


the disclosure of information about sustainability.

P292: 286. JCP Frias y Luis.pdf - 292:5 [Guillamón et al., 2011; Navarr..] (10:2557-10:2896) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
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Guillamón et al., 2011;


Navarro et al., 2010, 2011; Prado-Lorenzo et al., 2012), the variables
linked to the municipal context (economic level, measured by the
unemployment rate, and quality of life) and institutional capacity
(measured by the budget) do not seem to have a significant influence on the volume of sustainability reporting.
P294: 29. Corporate Social Responsibility and Corporate Financial Performance Is There A Link.pdf - 294:1 [in a
manner that consistently ..] (11:617-11:1056) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

in a manner that consistently meets or exceeds the ethical, legal, commercial,


and public expectations society has of business." The World Business Council
for Sustainable Development (WBCSD, 1999) deÖnes CSR as the continuing
commitment by business to behave ethically and contribute to economic development while improving the quality of
life of the workforce and their families
as well as of the local community and society at large.

P297: 292. Jounral full copy Dec 2014 (1).pdf - 297:1 [It can take philanthropic, eth..] (79:787-79:974)
(Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

It can take philanthropic, ethical, legal and


economic approach to improve the quality of life, avert harm, obedience to code of rules and
regulations and profitable economic activity.

P298: 293. Jounral full copy Dec 2014.pdf - 298:1 [It can take philanthropic, eth..] (79:787-79:974) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

It can take philanthropic, ethical, legal and


economic approach to improve the quality of life, avert harm, obedience to code of rules and
regulations and profitable economic activity.

P302: 298. Kanji, Chopra_Unknown_Total Quality Management & Business Excellence Corporate social
responsibility in a global economy.pdf - 302:1 [4 Respect for quality of life ..] (15:867-15:902) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

4 Respect for quality of life of the

P302: 298. Kanji, Chopra_Unknown_Total Quality Management & Business Excellence Corporate social
responsibility in a global economy.pdf - 302:2 [4 Respect for the quality of l..] (23:3337-23:3396) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

4 Respect for the quality of life of the workforce and their

P324: 313. 2017_Corporate social responsibility and organisational performance in container shipping.pdf -
324:1 [development while improving th..] (4:68-4:207) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

development while improving the quality of life of the workforce and their families as well as of
the local community and society at large.

P334: 323. MD-05-2016-0308.pdf - 334:1 [I believe that this company ca..] (7:1996-7:2072) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

I believe that this company cares about the quality of life of


its employees

P343: 332. 2017 - Modelling and Managing Student Loyalty A Study of a Norwegian University College
Modelling and Managing Stude.pdf - 343:1 [Research regarding job satisfa..] (6:1211-6:1379) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

Research regarding job satisfaction and quality of life


shows the same dual-processing mechanism (Agho, Mueller, & Price, 1993; Horley &
Little, 1985; Mykletun, 1985).

P343: 332. 2017 - Modelling and Managing Student Loyalty A Study of a Norwegian University College
Modelling and Managing Stude.pdf - 343:2 [Research on job satisfaction a..] (6:2237-6:2365) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

Research on
job satisfaction and quality of life issues also reveals the same mechanisms (McKennell,
1978; Organ & Near, 1985).

P346: 335. on2012.pdf - 346:1 [The mission of improving the q..] (5:3194-5:3294) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

The mission of improving the quality of life inside our prisons should be a responsibility shared by

P348: 337. 2017 - Higher Education Institutions Satisfaction and Loyalty among International Students Higher
Education Institutio.pdf - 348:1 [market, universities are incre..] (3:1930-3:2068) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

market, universities are increasingly relying on education service


augmenters such as financial aid, student housing, and quality of life.
P354: 341. 2013_The development of a stakeholder-based scale for measuring corporate social responsibility
in.pdf - 354:1 [The pro?t maximization of thes..] (4:3293-4:3531) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

The profit
maximization of these institutions is not devoted to shareholders or investors but to
financing social projects so they can comply with social goals such as charity,
quality of life, culture, equity, and justice (Carnero et al.

P356: 343. 2016 - Developing social responsibility in Croatian Universities a benchmarking approach and an
overview of current situa.pdf - 356:1 [This paper puts special emphas..] (1:678-1:901) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

This paper puts special emphasis on


the importance and significance of social responsibility of university, which
directly influences the quality of life in the community with its educational,
research and social actions.

P356: 343. 2016 - Developing social responsibility in Croatian Universities a benchmarking approach and an
overview of current situa.pdf - 356:2 [ts. The competition focuses on..] (9:2781-9:2903) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

ts. The competition focuses on creative


and commercially sustainable ways to improve quality of life in developing countri

P356: 343. 2016 - Developing social responsibility in Croatian Universities a benchmarking approach and an
overview of current situa.pdf - 356:3 [es. Within the competition, st..] (9:2904-9:3158) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

es.
Within the competition, students present their ideas which incorporate sustainable financial and social solutions for
reducing poverty and improving quality of life in
developing countries, which is also the main criterion by which ideas are evaluat

P374: 359. rodriguez2016.pdf - 374:1 [On the one hand, successful pe..] (2:2225-2:2376) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

On the one hand, successful


performance of the sector would serve to improve quality of life for
the population, particularly the lower-income strata.
P412: 54. The profits of cause a new direction for corporate social responsibility in South Korea.pdf - 412:1
[The major mission of HGR was c..] (7:3382-7:3608) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

The major mission of HGR was consistent with the general purpose of a social
enterprise, providing sustainable jobs for the disabled and other disadvantaged people,
promoting social integration, and improving quality of life.

P412: 54. The profits of cause a new direction for corporate social responsibility in South Korea.pdf - 412:2
[that pursues a social objectiv..] (8:52-8:347) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

that pursues a social objective, such


as raising local residents’ quality of life, etc., by providing vulnerable groups with
social services or jobs while conducting business activities, such as the production and
sale of goods and services, etc.,” (The Social Enterprise Promotion Act, 2007).

P412: 54. The profits of cause a new direction for corporate social responsibility in South Korea.pdf - 412:3
[purpose of this Act is to cont..] (14:642-14:1013) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

purpose of this Act is to contribute to social integration and the improvement of citizens’
quality of life by expanding social services, which are not sufficiently supplied in our society,
and creating new jobs through support for the establishment and operation of social enterprises and the promotion
of social enterprises” (The Social Enterprise Promotion Act, 2007).

P446: 81. 87510371230.pdf - 446:1 [improving the quality of life,..] (2:23-2:174) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

improving the quality of life, of the workforce, and their


families, as well as of the local community and society at
large” (http://www.wbcsd.org).

P446: 81. 87510371230.pdf - 446:2 [first, economic responsibiliti..] (2:459-2:773) (Super)


Codes: [QWL]
No memos

first, economic responsibilities of the firm on which the other


three are based; second are its legal responsibilities; third are
its ethical responsibilities to do what is right; and fourth are
its philanthropic responsibilities to be a good corporate citizen and improve the quality of life for the society.
P447: 82. 0091026014529661.pdf - 447:1 [Research examining altruistic ..] (3:2878-3:3054) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

Research examining altruistic


effects of FFEBP has explored quality of life issues for employees (Allen, 2001;
Beauregard & Henry, 2009; Roberts et al., 2004; Straub, 2011).

P447: 82. 0091026014529661.pdf - 447:2 [Both of these FFEBP areas are ..] (22:2740-22:2970) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

Both of these FFEBP


areas are closely aligned with many public park and recreation mission statements that
center on quality of life issues and represent programming areas that are very familiar
to the agency and their staff.

P450: 85. 00251741011090289.pdf - 450:1 [Conceptual background 2.1 CSR ..] (4:267-4:406) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

Conceptual background
2.1 CSR and marketing
CSR is regarded as a means for “improving the quality of life or well-being of society”
(i.e.

P453: 88. 0312896211415459.pdf - 453:1 [for products and services, cor..] (2:47-2:308) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

for products and services, corporate practices can contribute to problems such as the deterioration
of quality of life, environmental degradation and pollution, giving corporations an important role
in addressing these problems (Dunphy and Benveniste, 2000).

P455: 9. Corporate Social Responsibility The Good the Bad and the ugly.pdf - 455:1 [The World Business
Council def..] (10:556-10:859) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

The World
Business Council defines corporate social responsibility (CSR) as ‘the commitment of
business to contribute to sustainable economic development working with employees,
their families, the local community and society at large to improve their quality of life’
(World Business Council, 2005).

P463: 97. 1350507614541199.pdf - 463:1 [… corporate social responsibil..] (4:1400-4:1661) (Super)


Codes: [QWL]
No memos

… corporate social responsibility is the continuing commitment by business to behave ethically and
contribute to economic development while improving the quality of life of the workforce and their families
as well as the local community and society at large.

P463: 97. 1350507614541199.pdf - 463:2 [In this definition, the CSR pr..] (4:1683-4:1901) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

In this definition, the CSR promise is a continuous long-term approach that contributes to the wellbeing of
individuals, which specifically aims to improve the quality of life of individuals through
economic activity.

P463: 97. 1350507614541199.pdf - 463:3 [However, the outspoken core of..] (9:1674-9:1889) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

However, the outspoken core of CSR rests on the assumption of collaboration and
consent in the efforts of all parties to improve quality of life and to respect human and ethical rights
within business operations.

P477: Alzyoud - 2015 - SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS APPLICATION CASE
FROM THE MIDDLE EAST.pdf - 477:1 [and contribute to economic dev..] (2:2072-2:2285) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

and contribute to economic development while improving the quality of life


of the workforce and their families as well as of the local community and
society at large." (CSR: Meeting Changing Expectations, 1999).

P511: article.pdf - 511:1 [Dagger TS, Sweeney JC (2006) T..] (15:3708-15:3815) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

Dagger TS, Sweeney JC (2006) The effect of service evaluations on behavioral intentions and quality of life.

P512: asrarulhaq2016.pdf - 512:1 [“contributing to sustainable d..] (9:1497-9:1583) (Super)


Codes: [QWL]
No memos

“contributing to sustainable development by working to improve the quality of life with

P514: Authors - 2012 - Does LibQUAL 1 TM account for student loyalty to a university college library.pdf -
514:1 [Research regarding job satisfa..] (7:455-7:597) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

Research regarding job satisfaction and quality of life shows the


same dual-processing mechanism (Horley and Little, 1985; Agho et al., 1993).

P515: Authors - 2013 - Institutionalizing corporate social responsibility effects on corporate reputation ,
culture , and legitimacy in Malay.pdf - 515:1 [For examples, evidence showed ..] (3:1681-3:1960) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

For examples, evidence showed that 69.2 percent agreed with the
statement that ‘‘involvement by business in improving its community’s quality of life will also
improve long run profitability’’ in a survey 2001, as compared to almost 90 percent agreed
with the statement in 1991.

P527: Authors_2013_Institutionalizing corporate social responsibility effects on corporate reputation , culture ,


and legitimacy in Malaysia.pdf - 527:1 [For examples, evidence showed ..] (3:1681-3:1960) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

For examples, evidence showed that 69.2 percent agreed with the
statement that ‘‘involvement by business in improving its community’s quality of life will also
improve long run profitability’’ in a survey 2001, as compared to almost 90 percent agreed
with the statement in 1991.

P529: Authors_2014_Management Research The Journal of the Iberoamerican Academy of Management


Article information.pdf - 529:1 [et al., 2013). At social level..] (12:512-12:739) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

et al.,
2013). At social level, it is very important the involvement in community activities in
which the cooperative operates by improving the quality of life, for example, by
supporting education and cultural activities (Lu

P529: Authors_2014_Management Research The Journal of the Iberoamerican Academy of Management


Article information.pdf - 529:2 [Cooperative is aware of their ..] (26:663-26:779) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

Cooperative is aware of their members and employees' quality of life 1 2 3 4 561 2 3 4 56

P529: Authors_2014_Management Research The Journal of the Iberoamerican Academy of Management


Article information.pdf - 529:3 [The cooperative fosters improv..] (26:2130-26:2246) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

The cooperative fosters improvements in the community quality of life 1 2 3 4 561 2 3 4 56

P530: Aza - 2015 - STUDENTS ’ EXPERIENCES OF UNIVERSITY SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AND PERCEPTIONS OF
SATISFACTION.PDF - 530:1 [economic growth, as well as to..] (2:545-2:759) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

economic growth, as well as to build a sustainable


future for people all over the world (Setó-Pamiés et
al., 2011).Consequently, education is seen as a key
to improving quality of life, not just of individuals

P536: Burns, Gupta, Burns - 2013 - Are business students at Jesuit universities more socially responsible.pdf -
536:1 [Consumers’ sentiment toward ma..] (4:2760-4:2953) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

Consumers’ sentiment toward marketing is


regarded as a core indicator of the marketing system’s performance in delivering well-being
or quality of life to consumers (Peterson and Ekici, 2007).

P536: Burns, Gupta, Burns - 2013 - Are business students at Jesuit universities more socially responsible.pdf -
536:2 [(2007), ‘‘Consumer attitude to..] (12:1837-12:1986) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

(2007), ‘‘Consumer attitude toward marketing and subjective quality of life in


the context of a developing country’’, Journal ofMacromarketing, Vol.

P536: Burns, Gupta, Burns - 2013 - Are business students at Jesuit universities more socially responsible.pdf -
536:3 [(2007), ‘‘Materialism and sati..] (12:2187-12:2280) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

(2007), ‘‘Materialism and satisfaction with over-all quality of life and eight life domains’’,

P540: Carroll Stakeholder.pdf - 540:1 [Firms today are expected to co..] (4:543-4:714) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

Firms
today are expected to contribute financial and human resources to the global community and to
“give back” so that the quality of life may be enhanced and sustained.
P541: Carroll_1991_The Pyramid of Corporate Social Responsibiiity Toward the Morai Management of
Organizational Stakeholders.pdf - 541:1 [It is important to assist volu..] (3:3570-3:3669) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

It is important to assist voluntarily


those projects that enhance a
community's "quality of life."

P541: Carroll_1991_The Pyramid of Corporate Social Responsibiiity Toward the Morai Management of
Organizational Stakeholders.pdf - 541:2 [improve quality of life.] (4:201-4:224) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

improve quality of life.

P541: Carroll_1991_The Pyramid of Corporate Social Responsibiiity Toward the Morai Management of
Organizational Stakeholders.pdf - 541:3 [This is captured in the philan..] (4:2870-4:3051) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

This is captured in the philanthropic responsibility, wherein business is


expected to contribute financial and human
resources to the community and to improve
the quality of life.

P547: Cegarra-navarro, Reverte, Eduardo_2015_The in fl uence of corporate social responsibility practices on


organizational performance evide.pdf - 547:1 [On the third approach, the cre..] (3:6944-3:7132) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

On the third approach, the creation of better working environments, including paying more attention to employee
health, wellbeing and quality of life and placing greater trust in employees,

P547: Cegarra-navarro, Reverte, Eduardo_2015_The in fl uence of corporate social responsibility practices on


organizational performance evide.pdf - 547:2 [Regarding the social dimension..] (11:2437-11:2834) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

Regarding the social dimension, results point out the importance of aspects such as training and
professional development of employees, the development of
policies aimed at facilitating employees' work-life balance, the
existence of equal opportunities without any type of discrimination and the commitment of the company to job
creation and
improvement of the quality of life of its employees.
P552: Chile, Black - 2015 - University-community engagement Case study of university social
responsibility.pdf - 552:1 [promote, enhance and sustain c..] (6:1937-6:2324) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

promote, enhance and sustain community-higher education partnerships to improve the quality of life and
opportunities available to residents of economically distressed communities through the production and
exchange of knowledge, advocacy for resources to support partnerships, and promotion of significant
change within institutions of higher education, government and communities.

P553: Chow, Chen_2012_Corporate Sustainable Development Testing a New Scale Based on the Mainland
Chinese Context.pdf - 553:1 [a way as to reduce social ineq..] (3:1042-3:1164) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

a way as to reduce social inequality and divisions, improve


quality of life, and strengthen relationships with its various

P561: Cronjé, Wyk_2013_Measuring corporate personality with social responsibility benchmarks.pdf - 561:1
[CSR is the commitment of busin..] (6:1114-6:1314) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

CSR is the commitment of business to contribute to sustainable economic development,


working with employees, their families, the local community and society at large to improve
their quality of life.

P564: CSR Definitions.pdf - 564:1 [improve their quality of life] (7:810-7:838) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

improve their quality of life

P565: CSR in Banks.pdf - 565:1 [The pro?t maximization of thes..] (4:3293-4:3531) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

The profit
maximization of these institutions is not devoted to shareholders or investors but to
financing social projects so they can comply with social goals such as charity,
quality of life, culture, equity, and justice (Carnero et al.

P570: Curras-perez_2017_A Scale for Measuring Consumer Perceptions of Corporate Social Responsibility
Following the Sustainable Development Pa.pdf - 570:1 [… Trying to make ?nancial dona..] (18:3461-18:3672)
(Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

… Trying to make financial donations to social causes (Soc7)


… Trying to help to improve quality of life in the local community (Soc8)
In my opinion, regarding the environment, [Hotel chain/Park name] is really…

P578: Dehghan et al. - 2014 - The antecedents of student loyalty in online programs of student loyalty.pdf -
578:1 [. She has chaired the AMA’s Ma..] (22:2511-22:2718) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

. She has chaired the AMA’s Marketing Communications Special Interest Group and
served as a Board Member of the Association for Health Care Research and the International
Society for Quality of Life Studies

P584: Dzansi, Pretorius_2009_The development and structural confirmation of an instrument for measuring
the social responsibility of small and.pdf - 584:1 [The continuing commitment by b..] (4:1346-4:1639)
(Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

The continuing commitment by business to behave ethically and contribute to economic


development while improving the quality of life of the workforce and their families as well as of the
local community and society at large (World Business Council for Sustainable Development
(WBCSD), 2001).

P602: Glavas, Kelley_2014_The effects of perceived corporate social responsibility on employee attitudes.pdf -
602:1 [Quality of Life Research, 16: ..] (35:2679-35:2716) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

Quality of Life Research, 16:


19–31.

P606: gorden1992.pdf - 606:1 [employee effort for such thing..] (2:2388-2:2553) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

employee effort for such things as quality of work life (QWL), flexible scheduling,
profit-sharing Scanlon Plans, and employee

P606: gorden1992.pdf - 606:2 [employees self-interested conc..] (2:4316-2:4551) (Super)


Codes: [QWL]
No memos
employees self-interested concern for corporate commitment to quality of worklife,
nor did it link OCB to employees' moral and pragmatic concerns for corporate

P606: gorden1992.pdf - 606:3 [Improving Productivity and Qua..] (10:3860-10:3920) (Super)


Codes: [QWL]
No memos

Improving Productivity and Quality of Worklife. New York:

P606: gorden1992.pdf - 606:4 [Making sense of quality of wor..] (11:77-11:123) (Super)


Codes: [QWL]
No memos

Making sense of quality of worklife programs.

P607: hamid2014.pdf - 607:1 [Rahman, Zain, & Al-Haj, 2011)...] (2:2299-2:2777) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

Rahman, Zain, &


Al-Haj, 2011).World Business Council on Sustainable Development (is a CEO-led organization founded in 1991)
support the idea on the business should contribute to the state economic development, mirror from its CSR
definitions’ as "continuing commitment by business to behave ethically and contribute to economic development
while improving the quality of life of the workforce and their families as well as of the local community and
society at large".

P623: JCP Frias y Luis.pdf - 623:1 [In this regard, we can stress ..] (3:7572-3:7720) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

In this regard,
we can stress both the economic status of the population of each
municipality and its degree of sustainability and quality of life.

P623: JCP Frias y Luis.pdf - 623:2 [s”. Along these lines, one of ..] (4:3898-4:4066) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

s”. Along these lines, one of the most common


approaches to determine a municipality’s level ofsustainabilityis its
quality of life (Glaser, 1991; Williams et al., 2

P623: JCP Frias y Luis.pdf - 623:3 [demonstrate that their city’s ..] (4:4551-4:4869) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

demonstrate that their city’s residents enjoy higher levels ofwellbeing and satisfaction (in other words, a higher
quality of life)
than those of other localities, reporting their efforts to improve
quality of life through practices of social responsibility and
sustainable development (Prado-Lorenzo et al., 2012).

P623: JCP Frias y Luis.pdf - 623:4 [A municipality’s level of qual..] (4:4926-4:5040) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

A municipality’s level of quality of life positively influences


the disclosure of information about sustainability.

P623: JCP Frias y Luis.pdf - 623:5 [Guillamón et al., 2011; Navarr..] (10:2557-10:2896) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

Guillamón et al., 2011;


Navarro et al., 2010, 2011; Prado-Lorenzo et al., 2012), the variables
linked to the municipal context (economic level, measured by the
unemployment rate, and quality of life) and institutional capacity
(measured by the budget) do not seem to have a significant influence on the volume of sustainability reporting.

P627: Jounral full copy Dec 2014 (1).pdf - 627:1 [It can take philanthropic, eth..] (79:787-79:974) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

It can take philanthropic, ethical, legal and


economic approach to improve the quality of life, avert harm, obedience to code of rules and
regulations and profitable economic activity.

P628: Jounral full copy Dec 2014.pdf - 628:1 [It can take philanthropic, eth..] (79:787-79:974) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

It can take philanthropic, ethical, legal and


economic approach to improve the quality of life, avert harm, obedience to code of rules and
regulations and profitable economic activity.

P633: Kanji, Chopra_Unknown_Total Quality Management & Business Excellence Corporate social
responsibility in a global economy.pdf - 633:1 [4 Respect for quality of life ..] (15:867-15:902) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos
4 Respect for quality of life of the

P633: Kanji, Chopra_Unknown_Total Quality Management & Business Excellence Corporate social
responsibility in a global economy.pdf - 633:2 [4 Respect for the quality of l..] (23:3337-23:3396) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

4 Respect for the quality of life of the workforce and their

P648: Lu, Lin, Tu_2017_Corporate social responsibility and organisational performance in container
shipping.pdf - 648:1 [development while improving th..] (4:68-4:207) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

development while improving the quality of life of the workforce and their families as well as of
the local community and society at large.

P658: MD-05-2016-0308.pdf - 658:1 [I believe that this company ca..] (7:1996-7:2072) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

I believe that this company cares about the quality of life of


its employees

P667: Nesset, Helgesen - 2017 - Modelling and Managing Student Loyalty A Study of a Norwegian University
College Modelling and Managing Stude.pdf - 667:1 [Research regarding job satisfa..] (6:1211-6:1379)
(Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

Research regarding job satisfaction and quality of life


shows the same dual-processing mechanism (Agho, Mueller, & Price, 1993; Horley &
Little, 1985; Mykletun, 1985).

P667: Nesset, Helgesen - 2017 - Modelling and Managing Student Loyalty A Study of a Norwegian University
College Modelling and Managing Stude.pdf - 667:2 [Research on job satisfaction a..] (6:2237-6:2365) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

Research on
job satisfaction and quality of life issues also reveals the same mechanisms (McKennell,
1978; Organ & Near, 1985).

P670: on2012.pdf - 670:1 [The mission of improving the q..] (5:3194-5:3294) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

The mission of improving the quality of life inside our prisons should be a responsibility shared by

P672: Paswan, Ganesh - 2017 - Higher Education Institutions Satisfaction and Loyalty among International
Students Higher Education Institutio.pdf - 672:1 [market, universities are incre..] (3:1930-3:2068) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

market, universities are increasingly relying on education service


augmenters such as financial aid, student housing, and quality of life.

P679: Pérez, Martínez, Rodríguez del Bosque_2013_The development of a stakeholder-based scale for
measuring corporate social responsibility in.pdf - 679:1 [The pro?t maximization of thes..] (4:3293-4:3531)
(Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

The profit
maximization of these institutions is not devoted to shareholders or investors but to
financing social projects so they can comply with social goals such as charity,
quality of life, culture, equity, and justice (Carnero et al.

P693: rodriguez2016.pdf - 693:1 [On the one hand, successful pe..] (2:2225-2:2376) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

On the one hand, successful


performance of the sector would serve to improve quality of life for
the population, particularly the lower-income strata.

P719: SRJ-02-2013-0024.pdf - 719:1 [Alongside increased awareness ..] (2:3312-2:3576) (Super)


Codes: [QWL]
No memos

Alongside increased awareness of the social responsibility of


corporations, we observe consumers’ increasing awareness of quality of life, rather than
narrow economic benefits, which has accelerated ethical considerations in the economy
and in business behaviors.

P720: SRJ-04-2014-0050.pdf - 720:1 [Backman (1975) considers socia..] (4:809-4:1130) (Super)


Codes: [QWL]
No memos

Backman (1975) considers social responsibility as part of those


objectives crafted or intentionally integrated by business that are not directly related to the
economic objectives of the business but are intended to address some negative external
factor that improves company’s conditions and quality of life of people.

P722: SRJ-06-2013-0075.pdf - 722:1 [(2009), “Hotel companies’ cont..] (10:643-10:802) (Super)


Codes: [QWL]
No memos

(2009), “Hotel companies’ contribution to improving the quality of life


of local communities and well-being of employees”, Tourism & Hospitality Research, Vol.

P722: SRJ-06-2013-0075.pdf - 722:2 [(2007), “Further validation of..] (11:274-11:436) (Super)


Codes: [QWL]
No memos

(2007), “Further validation of a need-based


quality-of-work-life (qwl) measure: evidence from marketing practitioners”, AppliedResearch in Quality
of Life, Vol.

P722: SRJ-06-2013-0075.pdf - 722:3 [(2001), “A new measure of qual..] (11:2898-11:3033) (Super)


Codes: [QWL]
No memos

(2001), “A new measure of quality of work life (qwl)


based on need satisfaction and spillover theory”, Social Indicators Research, Vol.

P722: SRJ-06-2013-0075.pdf - 722:4 [improve the quality of life an..] (12:2040-12:2101) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

improve the quality of life and the general welfare of society

P744: USR and Performance.pdf - 744:1 [This definition helps to empha..] (2:1466-2:2393) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

This definition helps to emphasize that: CSR covers social and


environmental issues; CSR is not or should not be separated from business strategy and operations: it is about
integrating social and environmental concerns into business strategy and operations; CSR is a voluntary concept and
a very important aspect of CSR is how enterprises interact with their internal and external stakeholders (employees,
customers, neighbours, non-governmental organizations, public authorities, etc.)
Another widely used definition of CSR is that of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, stating
that "Corporate social responsibility is the continuing commitment by business to behave ethically and contribute to
economic development while improving the quality of life of the workforce and their families as well as of the local
community and society at large." (CSR: Meeting Changing Expectations, 1999).
P748: Vasilescu et al. - 2010 - Developing university social responsibility A model for the challenges of the new
civil society.pdf - 748:1 [This definition helps to empha..] (2:1466-2:2393) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

This definition helps to emphasize that: CSR covers social and


environmental issues; CSR is not or should not be separated from business strategy and operations: it is about
integrating social and environmental concerns into business strategy and operations; CSR is a voluntary concept and
a very important aspect of CSR is how enterprises interact with their internal and external stakeholders (employees,
customers, neighbours, non-governmental organizations, public authorities, etc.)
Another widely used definition of CSR is that of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, stating
that "Corporate social responsibility is the continuing commitment by business to behave ethically and contribute to
economic development while improving the quality of life of the workforce and their families as well as of the local
community and society at large." (CSR: Meeting Changing Expectations, 1999).

P759: Workshop - 2011 - UNIVERSITIES AND.pdf - 759:1 [This term refers to the four b..] (32:611-32:855)
(Super)
Codes: [QWL]
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This term refers to the four billion


people, roughly two-thirds of the world’s population who
are neglected in terms of education, health, social-economic
parameters, and quality of life, since they survive on about 3
US dollars per day.

P759: Workshop - 2011 - UNIVERSITIES AND.pdf - 759:2 [To this end, communities have ..] (49:4761-49:4899)
(Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

To this end, communities have been adopted


to ensure continuity and impact that could uplift the social
well-being and quality of life.

P761: Wu et al. - 2014 - Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability Emerging Trends in Developing
Economies Article information.pdf - 761:1 [opinions and organize movement..] (5:1-5:66) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

opinions and organize movements for improving the quality of life.

P761: Wu et al. - 2014 - Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability Emerging Trends in Developing
Economies Article information.pdf - 761:2 [contribute to economic develop..] (6:1897-6:1989) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos
contribute to economic development while improving the quality of life of
people and planet.

P761: Wu et al. - 2014 - Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability Emerging Trends in Developing
Economies Article information.pdf - 761:3 [multistakeholder commitment, b..] (7:1-7:248) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
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multistakeholder commitment, because not only takes into account the


quality of life of the workforce (employees) but also their families as well as
local communities and society at large, while contributing to economic
development (Moir, 2001).

P761: Wu et al. - 2014 - Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability Emerging Trends in Developing
Economies Article information.pdf - 761:4 [It has the purpose of comprehe..] (23:681-23:885) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
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It has the
purpose of comprehend, reflect, conceptualize, communicate, promote, and
share good USR practices through academic research in order to learn
from others and contribute to the quality of life.

P761: Wu et al. - 2014 - Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability Emerging Trends in Developing
Economies Article information.pdf - 761:5 [It is well known that a high-q..] (26:1414-26:1535) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

It is well known that a high-quality


education is the key step to impulse the economy and to improve the quality of life.

P763: young2004.pdf - 763:1 [World Social Forum in Porto Al..] (6:812-6:1056) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
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World Social Forum in Porto Alegre led to an engagement


of civil society organizations that culminated in the organization of the International Conference of Sustainable
Development and Quality of Life Indicators in Curitiba
(Brazil) in 2003.

P764: Yusof et al. - 2015 - Customer ' s Loyalty effects of CSR Initiatives.pdf - 764:1 [According to Crane and
Matten ..] (5:355-5:495) (Super)
Codes: [QWL]
No memos

According to Crane and Matten (2004), philanthropic is


the responsibility to contribute to society and improve the general quality of life.