Noun Accountability Definition and Examples


Noun:

Accountability

Pronunciation:

/əˌkaʊntəˈbɪlɪti/

Definition:
1.

noun

The fact or condition of being accountable; responsibility.
  1. 'We have to get the professional game right and we have to give it responsibility and accountability.'
  2. 'Goals need to be set and reviewed and accountability cannot be ignored.'
  3. 'Will the big media outlets demand the same accountability of themselves that they demand of everyone else?'
  4. 'He said accountability was important for a police service wounded by a lack of public trust.'
  5. 'There must be a popular move to require transparency and accountability in all walks of life.'
  6. 'One of the consequences of their taking the Parliamentary path is accountability.'
  7. 'Where is the outrage and demand amongst the fourth estate for some accountability from him?'
  8. 'Lack of accountability has corroded public respect for business and political leaders.'
  9. 'It is about taking responsibility for the accountability that actually you have now got a bad manager.'
  10. 'In today's litigious society, we need to have someone to blame, to apportion accountability.'
((n.) The state of being accountable; liability to be called on to render an account; accountableness.)


noun

1. the state of being accountable, liable, or answerable.

2. Education. a policy of holding schools and teachers accountable for students' academic progress by linking such progress with funding for salaries, maintenance, etc.


Examples:

"There can be accountability processes."
"There can be accountability procedures."
"There can be accountability relationships."
"There can be accountability commissions."
"There can be accountability issues."
"There can be accountability schemes."
"There can be accountability rules."
"There can be accountability reviews."
"There can be accountability problems."
"There can be accountability pressures."
"There can be accountability movements."
"There can be accountability mechanisms."
"There can be accountability demands."
"There can be accountability debates."
"There can be accountability commissioners."
"There can be accountability bills."
"There can be accountability aspects."
"There can be accountability accountabilities."
"There can be accountability systems."
"There can be accountability purposes."


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