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How could we translate "associative movement" in Latin?

I know "association" is usually "consociatio", but what about the adjective?

"Associative movement" means (more or less) the fact that people tend to form associations.

An example: "Without pretending to be an exhaustive study of the associative fabric in the rural environment, this report concerns the participation of women in the associative movement."

Or: "This subsidy supports the businesswomen's associative movement of AFAEMME by means of the financing expenses of supporting staff."

Or: "By tracing the development of the associative movement since the early twentieth century, including the notorious fractiousness of associations, this chapter argues..."

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