collective representation

collective representation

the shared -hence social rather than individual -conceptions within a society. The term is DURKHEIM's, who argued that these conceptions must be the fundamental subject matter of sociology. For Durkheim, collective representations must be studied as ‘social facts’, external to any one individual. See SOCIAL FACTS AS THINGS.
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With 60 reserved seats, their collective representation in the National Assembly is now 68.
Thomas Morgan, President of MortgageManuals.com, said, "Aside from the credentials you receive by ascribing to the principles of an industry association, you get a collective representation in the event you experience a problem with a consumer, investor or regulator." Combined with the other value-added packages associations put together, he said the decision to join "should be a no-brainer."
It was a great opportunity for the group to feed back and highlight the collective representation the forum could contribute to decision-making at this level.
Earlier on Saturday, the TN film fraternity, together with all the South Indian industries, notified a collective representation being sent to the Central Government, requesting them to put the regional cinema in the "least slab".
"interest" would make collective representation all but
Bouchard explains that myth is a collective representation that is made up of six features which include an archetypal foundation; hybridity, where the myth can shift between dichotomies; driven by emotion, sacredness, instrumentality, and narrativity.
At the grass-roots of value chains too, rural workers' and informal workers' organizations are expanding innovative approaches to strengthen collective representation, the Director-General said.
At the grassroots of value chains too, rural workers' and informal workers' organizations are expanding innovative approaches to strengthen collective representation. The ILO's Tripartite Declaration of Principles concerning Multinational Enterprises and Social Policy of 1977 recognizes the role of enterprises in the elimination of child labour.
Of the 93 percent of eligible pilots who voted, 93 percent voted in favor of joining the world's largest pilot union, showing their commitment to collective representation.
Commonly, this is done by becoming more business-like in nature through providing services geared towards the needs of individual members as opposed to their traditional activities, which revolve around collective representation (Bell 1994; Mortimer, Still & Bond 2002; Sheldon & Thornthwaite 2004).
Moscovici: the idea of social, collective representation characterizes a society whose coherence and practices are adjusted by the knowledge, norms and languages produced by itself [1];

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