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collective

a. a cooperative enterprise or unit, such as a collective farm
b. the members of such a cooperative

collective

[kə′lek·tiv]
(meteorology)
In aviation weather observations, a group of observations transmitted in prescribed order by stations on the same long-line teletypewriter circuit. Also known as sequence.

collective

The method of controlling the amount of rotor blade pitch where all blades are varied in pitch an equal amount simultaneously. Normally refers to the collective pitch, which is the pilot control in rotary wing aircraft for changing the rotor pitch. Also called collective stick. See collective pitch
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While the extraterrestrial progress of global capitalism continues through enclosure of the commons by media technologies, its biopolitical rationales breed novel modes of collectiveness, shaping planetary and extra-planetary mores of human species-being.
Even after its electoral defeat, accusations have been frequent that the Prime Minister's call for collectiveness and a moratorium on communalism sound hypocritically hollow when his henchmen continue their minority bashing.
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.
The local dimension also mediates the interrelationships between individuality and collectiveness in the social perception of science, as part of the processes of configuration of scientific culture.
The interviewers enumerated words as followed (Pettigrew, 1997): "flow of events, chronology, mechanism, unfolding, two forces interacting, time, language, context, outcomes, linking things together, individuals and collectiveness, history, consistent story, change, long period.
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).
3) Plain African artifacts were defined as definitely of the surface structure or manifestations (distinguished from the cultural asili/deep structure) of continental or diasporan African culture or experience, but neither explicitly showing group collectiveness nor a positive identification with African descent people or their culture.
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.