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The 'social licence to operate' (SLO) is an increasingly heard term that was originally coined to draw the attention of mining companies to stakeholder issues. Drawing on questions and comments voiced in 50 events attended by approximately 900 managers, consultants, academics and students, this article employs the rhetoric device of 'frequently asked questions' (FAQs) to articulate conceptual and socio-political issues associated with the term. The first two of the six FAQs deal with the mostdoi:10.1080/14615517.2014.941141 fatcat:iop6wg3xqnbglgk7htwrow3tva