Gough's Constructivism is, like all else in early Soviet Russia, a laboratory where everything pertaining to art is subjected to "experimentation to the point of exhaustion," most significantly the role of the artist in the collective society
A nation glued to the television screen is not simply at a loss before the iron pioneers of the new collective society
progressive education theories" aimed at creating "a collective society
with cooperative education" (42).
In a collective society
(like China), individuals are expected to contribute to the wealth of their parents, clan, or organization in exchange for group support.
Photocopy machines available to the public: a LAM may allow users to use public photocopy machines to make copies of its materials, but only if the LAM has pre-arranged a licensing agreement or royalty payments agreement with the copyright owner, a collective society
that represents many owners, or if the LAM has reached an arrangement with the Copyright Board.
This is a complete collective society
, with the co-operative principles covering all spheres of life -- production, consumption and social activity.
Both view the needs of collective society
as overriding the rights of the individual.
She espoused a collective society
in which profit was not the central motivation.
Finally, to give back as a collective society
by partnering with a local charity to help fulfill its mission and meet its greatest needs.