I'm very confused lately with all these adjectives that are used for describing anarchism. So, I'd just like someone to tell me if I'm on the right road. Difference between anarcho communism and anarcho collectivism is basicaly in their motto, which is 'to each accoding to labor' for communism and for collectivism 'to each according to need'.
This means that in collectivism people would be able to take anything they need as long as they contribute to community, while in communism they would get coupons ( based on their work done ) that can be used to 'buy' things.
Syndicalism, on the other hand, is something in between and the only difference from collectivism is that communes would have power over means of productions and not individuals themselves. Which would mean that one must be part of commune to use means of production, and it would be almost impossible to leave outside the community. Syndicalism also focuses on workers and people who work on productivity ( agriculture, industry etc.) and not people who work for community ( doctors for example) ( and i'm not saying they exclude them, but their main focus is on productivity of communes)
Am I missing something important ?
Could you provide me with some links on anarcho-collectivism except wikipedia which isn't really reliable.