The concept of social responsibility ahs generated a lot of controversy other the years although relatively new to the Nigerian society has continued to gain the attention of many school and businessmen. There is no general agreement on the other hand some executive and economic argue that the business of business is business to determine the relevance and extent of itâ€™s adoption two oil forms SPDC and Chevron (Nig.) Ltd were selected for study this was in addition and opinions of community members in two Local Government Area Warri North and South in Delta State.
The study is this an attempt to have an insight to the extent to which SPPC and Chevron (Nig) Ltd one socially responsible to which they operation the data analysis revealed that while the two frame made one form of contribution or other most members of the communities selected were dissatisfied with their performance this is because the expectation of communities of oil producing companies have not been met.
The recommendation was that the firms should device an operations guide in the management amenities and members of the communities should be recruited during recruitment exercise.
TABLE OF CONTENT
Table of content
List of table/chart.
1.1 Background of the study.
1.2 Statements of the problem
1.3 Objective of the study.
1.4 Research hypothesis
1.5 Significance of the study
1.6 Scope of the study
1.7 Limitation of study
1.8 Operation definition of terms
2.1 The concept of social responsibility
2.2 Controversy over the concept
2.3.1Argument for the concept
2.3.1Argument against the assumption of social responsibility
2.4 Approaches to social responsibilities based on the motive of the enterprise
2.4.1Social economic motive
2.4.2Pure economic motive
2.4.3Pure economic motive
2.5 Role of government in social responsibility
2.5.1No social responsibilities
2.5.2Unlimited social responsibility
2.5.3Limited social responsibilities
2.6 Business social power
2.7 Theories of social responsibility
2.7.1Classical market model
2.7.2The managerial model
2.7.3The social environment model
2.8 Legal consideration incorporate social responsibility
2.9 Other views
3.1 Population sample and subject
3.3 Research design
DATA PRESENTATION AND ANALYSIS
4.0 Data presentation
4.1 Date analysis
4.2 Testing of hypothesis
4.3 Summary of findings
5.0 SUMMARY OF CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION