The insertion of corporate social responsibility in the administration curriculum in Brazil

Nonato Assis de Miranda, Dirceu da Silva, Fernanda Oliveira Simon, Estéfano Vizconde Veraszto


In the article, the results of a research about corporative social responsibility and the organization of the administration course curriculum in Brazil are presented. The main objective was to identify the given importance to the CSR, from the analysis of the curriculum of the course and its subjects’ summaries. It is a qualitative research in which the data were analyzed, according to the method known as content analyses, proposed by Bardin (1977). The results indicate that the CSR is still a subject that does not deserve prominence in the management curriculum of the higher education institutions. However, it was observed that there is preoccupation with the thematic when observed the oficial documents of Brazilian Ministry of Education and the Federal Management Council that guide the graduate curriculum in the country.


Administration course. Corporate social responsibility. Curriculum. Political pedagogic project.

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Iberoamerican Journal of Strategic Management  e-ISSN: 2176-0756

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