Collective Responsibility

Collective responsibility is a concept or doctrine, according to which individuals are to be held responsible for other people's actions by tolerating, ignoring, or harboring them, without actively collaborating in these actions.

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History Of The Cabinet Of The United Kingdom - Parliamentary Accountability
... accountability of cabinet ministers to the Parliament of the United Kingdom, cabinet collective responsibility, and individual ministerial responsibility ... Cabinet collective responsibility means that members of the cabinet make major decisions collectively, and are therefore collectively responsible for the consequences of these decisions ... The principle of collective responsibility is not impaired by the fact that decisions may be made in a cabinet committee rather than by the full cabinet ...
Collective Responsibility - In Culture
... The concept of collective responsibility is present in literature, most notably in Samuel Taylor Coleridge's "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner", a poem. 1959's Ben-Hur and 1983's prison drama Bad Boys depict collective responsibility and punishment ...
Westland Affair - January 1986
... had already made but Thatcher disagreed, arguing that Cabinet collective responsibility should be observed ... Heseltine was then said to have replied that there had been no collective responsibility in Westland ... Heseltine then made a speech criticising the way collective responsibility had been damaged over Westland ...

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    It is difficult to generalize why so many Latino/as moved toward conservative ... views.... for many, I believe it is basically a matter of desiring material acquisitions. It is difficult to maintain a collective ideology in a society where possessions and power-status equal self-worth.
    Ana Castillo (b. 1953)