Abstract: The aim of this study is to identify the different stages of the relationship of the mining industry with a rural community. The relevance of this topic is that an unattended relationship between the mining industry and a rural community could generate negative consequences related to human rights violations. There are also effects such as environmental damages that directly affect peoples health. The methodology is based on content analysis, specifically the relational analysis technique. Information in newspapers and magazines was analyzed to show how mining companies and rural community handle conflicts, failures and successes. In conclusion, a theoretical model was proposed where dialogue is key to establishing a sustainable relationship between the mining industry and the rural community.
Florina Guadalupe Arredondo Trapero, Lida Esperanza Villa Castano and Jose Carlos Vazquez Parra, 2017. The Dialogue Between the Community and the Mining Industry in the Context of CSR. International Business Management, 11: 912-920.