col·lec·tiv·i·ty /kəˌlɛkˈtɪvəti, ˌkɑ-/
1. Quality or state of being collective.
2. The collective sum, aggregate, or mass of anything; specif., the people as a body; the state.
The proposition to give work by the collectivity is supposed to be in contravention of the sacred principle of monopolistic competition. --W. D. Howells.
3. Polit. Econ. Collectivism.