Narratives as ‘Collective Accountability’ Tools for Economizing Property and Human Rights

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The study explores the concept of collective accountability for determining the property and human rights.Property and human rights has been viewed as conflicting to each other. The paper argues that these rights are complementary. Collectivistic accountability helps in understanding the limited derivation of the self. For a possible social change, every player need to understand his negotiative positioning.The study presents conceptual model for the omissions and the obligations of the social actors.


Keywords: Collective Accountability, Complicity, Property Rights, Human Rights, Narratives, Shared Values, Social Change
Stream: Politics, Public Policy and Law
Presentation Type: Virtual Presentation in English
Paper: Exploring ‘Narratives’ for Balancing Collective Identities and Conflicting Rights


Sharadindu Pandey

Ph.D. Student, Industrial and Management Engineering, IIT Kanpur (India)
Kanpur, UP, India

I have published work in the field of organization change, innovation and stretgic orientation in the refereed International Journal. I am post graduate in Management and pursuing my Doctorate from premier Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur (India). My interests extends to social change process and public policy.

Dhwani Pandey

Research Student, Department of Law, University of Rajasthan
Kanpur, UP, India

Masters in law from University of Rajasthan, India. My interest area is property rights, Intellectual property and judicial activism. I am exploring my doctoral dissertation presently.

Ref: I08P0670