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    The objectives of this research are to study: (1) the profile of the poor family around corporations, (2) the implementation of the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) by corporations, (3) the perception of corporations, community, and bureaucrats on the CSR, (4) institutional supports on the CSR program, (5) the community’s participation in the CSR program, (6) the partnership group dynamics of the CSR program, (7) the performance of the community empowerment, and (8) the results and benefits of the CSR program on the poverty eradication; and (9) to formulate a model for the community empowerment strategy through the CSR program. This research used the qualitative method with the case study strategy. The samples of the research were taken by using the purposive sampling technique. The data of the research were gathered through in-depth interview, observation, and documentation and were validated by using the data source and data gathering method triangulations. They were then analyzed by using the interactive technique of analysis. The results of the research are as follows: (1) The types of poverty of the community around the corporations can be classified into structural poverty, natural poverty, and cultural poverty due to the limitations in social, human, financial, physical, natural, and cultural assets. (2) The implementation of the CSR program has been in compliance with the prevailing regulations and the program of PK-BL PTPN – 7 Peduli. (3) The perception of the corporations is that the CSR program is a corporate responsibility and need as to improve the corporate prosperity and sustainability. That of the bureaucrats toward the CSR program is that it is the third party contribution and is obliged to be budgeted and implemented by the corporations, and that of the community is that it is regarded as assistance to the poor community, a capital support to the small scale business, and a social and environmental aid. (4) The institutional support of the local government toward the program includes initiating and facilitating the establishment of the CSR forum, technical assistance by the related parties and extension agencies. (5) The participation of the community to the program includes program planning and decision-making, implementation of activities, group meetings, result usage, and result maintenance. (6) The partnership group dynamics of the program belongs to a good category. (7) The performance of the community empowerment through the program belongs to a good category as indicated by policy, institution, manpower, administration, facility and infrastructure, financing, and supervision and control. (8) The program has been successful in improving the productivity of environment-populist economic activities and the growth of the community’s awareness toward the environmental preservation. (9). The model of the poor community empowerment through the program includes conducting the human resource and populist economic institution development, changing the community’s living pattern-related behaviors, developing micro financial institutions, and holding economic management training of households. Keywords: Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), perception, empowerment, the poor community around the corporations

    Item Type: Thesis (PhD)
    Subjects: H Social Sciences > HS Societies secret benevolent etc
    H Social Sciences > HV Social pathology. Social and public welfare
    Divisions: Pasca Sarjana > Doktor > Penyuluhan Pembangunan
    Depositing User: Tri Wahyu Prasetyo
    Date Deposited: 20 Apr 2014 12:38
    Last Modified: 20 Apr 2014 12:38

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