collectivism的的用法,collectivism怎么读美 [kə'lektɪ.vɪzəm] 英 [kə'lektɪ.vɪz(ə)m]
the political system in which all farms, businesses and industries are owned by the government or by all the people
the system of control and ownership of factories and farms and of the means of production and distribution of products by a nation's people
a political system in which the government owns all businesses and controls all institutions
The word "collectivism" in this sense has no political meaning: It refers to the group, not to the state.
had he been a socialist , he might have nationalized the banks and set the country upon the road toward extreme collectivism.
in school, the respect for teachers, students solidarity, helpfulness, with a strong sense of collectivism.
Zhou Li, deputy party chief of the village, said: 'The building is a symbol of collectivism. '
Mises's point has also been a fruitful one for further theorizing about all forms of collectivism.
For even to this day, the so-called "mind" is no more the spiritual consciousness of collectivism, but individual existence.
as for the relationship between people and society, Western would like to be egocentric , but Chinese prefer to be in collectivism.
However, primary school teachers used to emphasize collectivism as cultural, and therefore exclusion of conflict more generally.
China's drinking culture is collectivism obviously, to be particular about gather with friends and fellows , uninhibited drinking .
Hofstede's cultural dimension of individualism-collectivism has been widely used in a variety of cross-cultural research.