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The author's stance of collectiveness is actually a rationalization in favor of her democratic stance to the national as well as international democratic audience.
'Eidul Fitr is a festivity celebrated by Muslims both rich and poor and a unique gift by the Almighty Allah enjoining upon the rich to share their happiness and joys with poor and take care of them in order to promote collectiveness and togetherness among Muslims,' he said.
Eid ul Fitr is a festivity celebrated by Muslims both rich and poor and a unique gift by Almighty Allah enjoining upon the rich to share their happiness and joys with poor and take care of them in order to promote collectiveness and togetherness amongst the Muslims.
In our case, the trajectory is going toward individualism or autonomism of an individual artist because of his effort, the robustness of the market, and the absence of government support and initiative." The impact of this, he warns, is that there will be struggling artists, both young and old, who will be left behind in what collectiveness can contribute to society.
(ANI): Congress President Rahul Gandhi on Friday said if party leaders and cadre show collectiveness then nobody can beat the grand-old party.
Civilization supposes highly adjustment of collective lives to thinking, ethical, material and economical resources when collectiveness evolutionary passes cultural norms.If Mehr Garh civilization had a particular language, probably civilization's language was not from surrounding languages, but it has elements of surrounding's language in its structure.
Consequently, twenty four years of collectiveness overridden by the alienation of the East, failed politics, a non-ethical political economy and refusal to accept the power of the ballot was dumped into the lap of military for the last rites.
The lack of discourse of any individual progress reveals that the assessment culture accords with the ideology of collectiveness and the state--set aims of the Soviet system.
To answer this it is important to see the collectiveness and harmony displayed by the current Sri Lankan government to showcase some of the people's benefiting legislation and achievements.
In this way, the classic vision of the concepts of rights and citizenship, which was to have the right to representation by voting and the guarantee of civil liberty with the individual as a unit, were reformulated through a new frame of reference, in which citizenship was to be grounded in collectiveness (Paoli, 1989).
Social capital involves the maintenance of the social relations network that includes individuals and the collectiveness, accumulated through a socialization process (BOURDIEU, 2009).
Moreover, Hofstede, (1991) pointed out that high power distance and high collectiveness are the main characteristics of Pakistani societal culture.