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members of a cooperative enterprise

done by or characteristic of individuals acting together

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forming a whole or aggregate

set up on the principle of collectivism or ownership and production by the workers involved usually under the supervision of a government

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The impact of this, he warns, is that there will be struggling artists, both young and old, who will be left behind in what collectiveness can contribute to society.
If congress leaders and cadre show this collectiveness, w/o any personal cause, nobody can beat us
To answer this it is important to see the collectiveness and harmony displayed by the current Sri Lankan government to showcase some of the people's benefiting legislation and achievements.
In this way, the classic vision of the concepts of rights and citizenship, which was to have the right to representation by voting and the guarantee of civil liberty with the individual as a unit, were reformulated through a new frame of reference, in which citizenship was to be grounded in collectiveness (Paoli, 1989).
Social capital involves the maintenance of the social relations network that includes individuals and the collectiveness, accumulated through a socialization process (BOURDIEU, 2009).
Moreover, Hofstede, (1991) pointed out that high power distance and high collectiveness are the main characteristics of Pakistani societal culture.
One of the great challenges of a Lions Tour is to bring together players from four different countries that are used playing against each other and help them bond to create a forward pack with the right mentality and collectiveness, and willingness to work for each other.
One of the great challenges of a Lions Tour is to bring together players from four different countries that are used to playing against each other and help them bond to create a forward pack with the right mentality and collectiveness, and willingness to work for each other.
The knowledge acquires fundamental function inside a society because it is marked by the collectiveness and soon needs the interdisciplinarity to its better comprehension [27].
Reports have been focused on cultural issues of the region, indicating that individualism prevails over collectiveness, a situation that needs particular attention since social innovation requires synergy among the actors (Maurer & Silva, 2014).
The also investigates both the collectiveness and singularity of the Caribbean and reveals the mosaic that is Caribbean cultural identity; hewn from the past, honed by trans-border diasporic influences and woven into the tapestry of a new globalized cultural landscape.
According to Turnstile, Endevant will explore how Wales fits into the wider European and international community in the rapidly changing modern era through discussion, art and collectiveness.
What makes this plausible is that the nation itself is still rocky after the attempted coup and the level of trust in government after the arrest of over 40,000 people from all walks of life including senior ranking officials has created an atmosphere hardly conducive to a collectiveness of intent.
Ladies L Security, " Sheffield defender Billie Murphy believes it's been team collectiveness as opposed to individual brilliance which has seen them unbeaten in their last five ahead of tonight's clash.
By depicting their life-worlds, the paper sheds light onto how Jews in the country structure, live, do, experience, and contend their Jewishness collectiveness, and express Jewishnessess individually, and how, effectively, they create diasporic life-worlds, and have a special relationship to Israel but hardly feel in exile from Israel.