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With mounting pressure for organizations of all types to address social concerns, we can expect the resulting social actions to blend business and ethical considerations in increasingly complex ways.
They demarcate and explore the implications of a set of situational logics that are grounded in how a person can choose not only to comprehend the actuality of a relational situation, but also to understand why social actions are carried out the way they are in that situation.
The ongoing struggle represented by the learning process entailed in chameleon complex raises important practical, political and ethical concerns related to fostering transformational learning in service-learning, and suggests a need for further research into the potential risks associated with translating individual perspective transformation into social actions that challenge unjust and oppressive aspects of the status quo.
Through proxy voting, Citizens plays an important role in guiding businesses toward financial success and responsible social actions," Loehwing continued.