collective action


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collective action

organized action by a group to promote its interests. See also FREE RIDER.
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But Red-Eye walked rough-shod over all our customs, and we so feared him that we were incapable of the collective action necessary to punish him.
The differences in both the percentage of posts on each type of content published by the two analyzed Facebook profiles and the levels of interactivity rates shed light on some relevant dimensions mediating the use of social media for this purpose as part of collective action.
LeEn also sent a message to Libyan leaders: there is simply no other alternative to unified and collective action if Libyans are to successfully prevent a repeat of catastrophic advances that Daesh has made in countries like Syria and Iraq.
The case study discussed in this Evidence Report explores the value and limitations of collective action in challenging the community, political, social and economic institutions that reinforce harmful masculinities and gender norms related to sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV).
Horton's MAA, employees agreed to binding arbitration and agreed that the arbitrator: 1) "may hear only [e]mployee's individual claims"; 2) "will not have the authority to consolidate the claims of other employees"; and 3) "does not have authority to fashion a proceeding as a class or collective action or to award relief to a group or class of employees in one arbitration proceeding.
In the first part of the paper, we engage in the discussion of the social capital literature, with an emphasis on emancipative social capital, and survey major factors responsible for the formation of collective action.
The first asks: what are the conditions under which collective action can be functionally and stably institutionalized?
In many of these mobilizations, communication operates as an organizational process that may replace or supplement familiar forms of collective action based on organizational resource mobilization, leadership, and collective action framing.
Commentators endorse or criticize the Court's doctrinal tools for allocating regulatory authority between the states and the federal government by invoking an economic model of collective action.
While, much recent work on property rights and collective action focus on their roles in NRM.
MORE than 25 of the UK's bestknown retailers have signed up to a series of pledges to take collective action to tackle environmental issues, inequality and modern slavery.
MasterCard said, 'We welcome the Competition Appeal Tribunal's judgment refusing certification for the proposed collective action.

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