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dc.contributor.authorWesley, Anthea
dc.contributor.supervisorDr Diana MacCallum
dc.contributor.supervisorAssoc.Prof. Christof Pforr
dc.contributor.supervisorDr Martin Brueckner

This thesis proposes a new theoretical framework for analysing corporate social responsibility: the ‘spaces of CSR’, which draws together the concepts of governmentality and spatiality. This framework is applied to the case of the proposed LNG processing precinct at James Price Point in Western Australia to demonstrate how CSR is shaped by various forces within the political economy, and to explore the disparate ways in which CSR is experienced by the local community.

dc.publisherCurtin University
dc.titleThe socio-political construction and experience of corporate social responsibility (CSR): An investigation into the conflict surrounding the James Price Point LNG precinct, Kimberley, Western Australia
curtin.departmentSchool of Management
curtin.accessStatusOpen access

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