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How social enterprises nurture empowerment: a grounded theoretical model of social change

B. Pareja-Cano, C. Valor, A. Benito

Journal of Social Entrepreneurship

Resumen:
Our understanding of how social enterprises enable social change is still limited. Empowerment could be a valid mediating construct to explain the processes occurring between entrepreneurial practices and achievement of social goals. Based on an ethnography case study in a South African social enterprise, this study reveals the entrepreneurial practices that contribute to women’s empowerment and the power-accruing processes that provide female workers access and control over resources and a sense of individual and collective achievement that facilitates the rupture of patriarchal gender roles. This empowerment-based model contributes to explain social change processes inherent in the phenomenon of social entrepreneurship.


Palabras Clave: Women’s empowerment, gender equality, social entrepreneurship, social change


Índice de impacto JCR y cuartil WoS: Q3 (2020)

Referencia DOI: DOI icon 10.1080/19420676.2020.1821753

In press: Octubre 2020.



Cita:
B. Pareja-Cano, C. Valor, A. Benito. How social enterprises nurture empowerment: a grounded theoretical model of social change. Journal of Social Entrepreneurship.


    Líneas de investigación:
  • Inclusión social, vulnerabilidad, envejecimiento y bienestar
  • Adopción de tecnologías verdes por parte del consumidor

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