Social Responsibility in An Inspector Calls.

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  • Created on: 12-01-19 16:12

The Plays entire purpose is to show the absolute importance of Social Responsibility. Social responsibility is the idea that all people should act in a way that aims to help all those who are less privileged than they are. 

In this play the characters views on society are challenged

Mr Birling-Believes that community responsibility is absolute nonsense and that the interests of business are far more important than the rights of workers

Mrs Birling-Believes that the rich have absolutely no responsibility whatsoever towards the working classes. Her prejudices are so ingrained that nothing can be changed.

Sheila-Realises that her actions in getting Eva/Daisy removed from her position in the department store out of spite was wholly irresponsible. But she did…


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