periodize

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periodize

(ˈpɪərɪəˌdaɪz) or

periodise

vb
to divide (a portion of time) into periods
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It has been argued that the war between the Thracians and the Byzantines in Book 1 is a conscious periodisation device of Achilles Tatius, and that the setting of the novel must therefore be non-contemporary with its time of writing,57 but most scholars are content to locate the action in the present,58 and historici-zing arguments are easily countered, if not disproved: just as historicizing novelists like Chariton felt no need for precision in their invention of the past, it is likely that Achilles Tatius felt little need for precision in the invention a contemporary setting.
This periodisation goes rather unquestioned in the literature on social democracy, but there are grounds to doubt its veracity.
Writers are fleer than critics to ignore the strictures of periodisation, the interminable debates about location and positioning.
I was comforted to see that the late Kurt Rothschild in a recent article (2009) which examines the EU's experience from 1960 to 2007 adopts a not dissimilar periodisation.
2) As a debate that has spanned over four decades, and which has come to be situated in a periodisation schema, similar to the way African literature of European linguistic expression is also periodised (Barber 1995: 3), the real challenge that African-language literature faces in its marginalisation is, among other things, the way what it expresses is glossed over.
However, there are also difficulties with the comparative approach, some of the substantive arguments, and the choice of periodisation.
The associated strategies of colligation and periodisation are processes of categorising and ordering to make sense of disparate events, again primarily descriptive processes.
I decided to break the 30 years covered by my history into a rough periodisation to reflect the economic and social history of Ngaruawahia.
Mannerism, instead of being confined to a system for the periodisation of art history, now becomes a condition in the production of art.
For an account of the Pact's ideological orientation, see Rob Davies, David Kaplan, Mike Morris and Dan O'Meara, "Class Struggle and the Periodisation of the South African State," Review of African Political Economy, 7 (1977).
Letude de celles-ci nous a permis d'elaborer une periodisation en trois etapes--les premices et les balbutiements de 1880 a 1904, la deuxieme phase de developpement et de construction de 1905 a 1909 et la troisieme phase de 1910 a 1914--qui rend compte a la fois de l'evolution de l'implantation sur le territoire et des differents types d'immeubles d'appartements.
Verheijen, 39, believes "explosive" players like Bellamy, with fast-twitch muscle fibres, should follow an individual, specialised programme - part of the periodisation approach to smarter training - to keep them fresh and prevent overtraining.