feudalization


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feu·dal·ize

 (fyo͞od′l-īz′)
tr.v. feu·dal·ized, feu·dal·iz·ing, feu·dal·iz·es
To make feudal.

feu′dal·i·za′tion (-ĭ-zā′shən) n.
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Katkov introduced the concept of feudalization in the tribal societies of Pashtun belt.
Elements of feudalism were undoubtedly present in it but did not play the leading role: the process of feudalization did not acquire its logical completion even under the conditions of the Rus' appanage (12th-16th centuries).
During the discussion Arseniy Yatsenyuk emphasized Ukraine is subjected to the attempts to partition and hold feudalization instead of federalization : We had one Yanukovych, now someone wants 27 Yanukovyches to rule the regions .
An important goal was to curb the process of feudalization that had started.
In Franconia, a process of feudalization divided princely lands among noblemen.
We will avoid all those things that led to feudalization, concentration of power, and totalitarian rule (in DPS).
Instead, the state relied on provincial armies recruited by governors (kapi kullari), which led to the feudalization of Ottoman military.
All this not only emphasizes the well-known high degree of spatial knowledge of the aristocratic powers between Early and Central Middle Ages, but also reveals rhe importance that those groups gave to the territorial strategies related to the previous settlement structure and the role that these strategies played in the Northwest of Iberian Peninsula feudalization process.
Between the sixth and tenth centuries, during the period commonly identified as the era of feudalization, the Roman Empire was replaced by what has been called the "parcellization of sovereignty.
It was the loss of Rome's capacity to protect its citizens that provided an important condition for the feudalization of its social relationships.
One of the major criticisms of globalization is that it may not only lead to an environmental catastrophe or toward a feudalization of the relationship between rich and poor countries, but that it also leads to a monolithic consumerist culture and behaviour: in an increasing number of cultures, people tend to buy the same products and to adopt the same 'Western' way of life.
For the feudalization of the Neapolitan periphery in response to this condition see Gernigliaro, 46-54.