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noun as in communism

noun as in socialism

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The first one measures the level of individualism in a given culture, versus collectivism.

His late father was a social psychologist who devised a system to rank countries on several dimensions — including their level of individualism versus collectivism.

Within the same large nation, regions with higher collectivism had higher mask usage.

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Parents living in countries with a culture of collectivism, meanwhile, can rely on extended family and friends, even acquaintances, to share in child rearing.

This is Russian culture, and in Communist times it became more powerful, this idea of collectivism.

Meerson traces this scarcity of one-man performers back to a culture of collectivism that predates even the Communist revolution.

The conflict between collectivism and individualism has always been overstated.

But anarchism is a logical outgrowth of the anti-intellectual side of collectivism.

It represents a philosophic consistency that rejects the collectivism of social conservatives and public sector unions alike.

We can neglect, too, much of his attack on the economic side of collectivism, which he never really understood.

Against this competitive struggle now there has grown up a counter-crowd ideal of collectivism.

But when it means the first step on the road to collectivism, I'll take any Franco who comes along to put an end to it.

This is the state of things to which Collectivism puts an end.

Well may Mr. Hobson inquire, "Now, what provision is made for generating the motor power of progress in Collectivism?"


On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to collectivism, such as: socialism, bolshevism, leninism, marxism, rule of the proletariat, and state ownership.

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