collective ownership


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collective ownership

n
(Sociology) ownership by a group for the benefit of members of that group
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The Community Associations Institute estimates that, nationwide, more than 50 percent of new housing units in major metropolitan areas are being built within a legal framework of private collective ownership.
The most important tool we have to ensure change is our collective ownership in these companies, which ensures that our voices will be heard.
that the report on the responsibility to protect be translated to enhance collective ownership and ensure dissemination;
Collective ownership of goals refers to shared responsibility in the entire process of reaching goals, including joint design, definition, development, and achievement of goals.
when he finds himself in a doomed and humiliating love affair, while Nana Leah offers such instructive nuggets as: "Socialism means the collective ownership of the means of production, not studded leather wristbands.
their collective ownership stake in Assureweb from 40% to 100% and take full
The documents recognized collective ownership of ancestral lands by communities with some 3,000 people.
In the process whereby ownership shifts from the collective to the state, there is a high risk that the collective ownership rights of villagers may be overridden.
What appears to be emerging, then, is a collective ownership of concern towards children's development and learning, which we argue, poses crucial questions for those charged with preparing teachers for entry to the teaching profession and subsequent delivery of the wider curriculum.
government handouts); the second, that the monies extended to Aborigines in the 1960s as citizens have undermined their will to work; and the third, that collective ownership of land inhibits initiative.
This will provide a plan that represents not only the collective thoughts of those who live, work, shop and visit the town centres, but also show that this is a genuine partnership which welcomes the collective ownership of the town centres by all those with a vested interest in them.
That law initiated a long process of negotiations between collectivities such as village assemblies and district councils in many regions for the collective ownership of land.

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