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col·lec·tive

 (kə-lĕk′tĭv)
adj.
1. Assembled into or viewed as a whole.
2. Of, relating to, characteristic of, or made by a number of people acting as a group: a collective decision.
n.
1. An undertaking, such as a business operation, set up on the principles or system of collectivism.
2. A collective noun.

col·lec′tive·ly adv.
col·lec′tive·ness n.
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The collectiveness within the group is still there for all to see," added Anderson.
All share a sense of inclusivity that can be defined by (1) the absence of a power to exclude others, which leads to inclusion of others in the use and (2) the collectiveness and interdependency of privileges to use a resource.
The idea of Zakat underlines the importance of collectiveness in society.
They revealed not only the sorrow of a loss, but also the collectiveness of the commemoration and its broad geography that linked the cities not administratively, but through the travel routes of the citizens and their mutual affection.
collectiveness, had more concentration than social factors, of peer acceptance nevertheless, the model have asserted that when trainees, see support form significant others, through approval and participation in WBT technology the more the trainees behavioural intention towards using and accepting WBT technology increase.
He also singled out that Awad is being a professional milestone, and a socially active personal with success in her leadership of PCBS that would reflect a collectiveness in academic excellence, innovative management, and distinctive personal presence.
Everyone needs to contribute on the subject of energy so there can be collectiveness on the subject," he added.
They must cope too with the stresses of diaspora and return, changes in the broader societies of which they form part and, of course, fluctuations in affluence (increasing affluence of the individual tending to decrease the need for interdependence and so collectiveness in families, just as it does in broader society (Hofstede & Hoftede, 2005).
Thus, mnemonic restitution "requires a collective working through of the difficult affects of slavery" and "imagines that new racially inclusive collectiveness can thrive in the wake of such remembrances" (140).
He defined sectarianism as means of isolation of opinion and lack of openness on others while mediation is everything in between materialism and spiritual, realism and idealism, individualism and collectiveness y, and so mediating between all contradictory or opposing parties.
Kay Nelson the UNHCR Representative in Sudan, said that the strategy reflects the collectiveness and unity of work and ideas between the Interior Ministry and the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, affirming provision of all the requirements that enable the police to do their part in the issue of combating human trafficking.
Objecting to a binary opposition between the East and the West and calling for a disinterested commitment to all human beings, they celebrated democracy, liberty, individualism, and other Western ideas as opposed to the imperative of collectiveness proposed by Japanese wartime propagandas (Gujin 18, 10).