periodize

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periodize

(ˈpɪərɪəˌdaɪz) or

periodise

vb
to divide (a portion of time) into periods
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The demarcation of different eras helps us to think about politics historically, but the periodisations we make, particularly within recent history, are always provisional.
Joel Belliveau entend convaincre le lecteur de la grande similitude des periodisations a l'echelle nord-americaine, ce qui temoignerait de la force de la << culture jeune >> pendant les annees de boom economique de l'apres-guerre.
Obviously there are other periodisations and interpretations, (12) but Pasinetti's 'brief archive excursus has come to stand as sound reference for historians of economics thought.
Since periodisations can be useful as initial orientations, allow me to present my periodisation of the history of Norwegian radio broadcasting juxtaposed with a widely accepted periodisation of Norwegian 20th century history taken from a much used textbook on the subject--Berge Furre's Norsk historie 1905-1990 (1996).
If we recall Pithouse and Celik's periodisations as discussed above, we can observe that the timing of evictions and relocations since 2001 corresponds with the rise of the importation of the target-setting approach to South Africa.
En parcourant la synthese de Philippe Poirrier--Les Enjeux de l'histoire culturelle (2004) (4)--, on constate que la majorite des etudes existantes reprennent les periodisations de l'histoire politique de la France contemporaine.
The book is based on a wide range of secondary literature, major terms and their analytical implications are explained, and her discussions of continuities and discontinuities in social policy outcomes enrich the debate on historical periodisations in post-war Irish history.
En guise de reponse aux interpretations et periodisations anterieures de l'oeuvre, Fournier raconte sa production, rapporte et cite Durkheim sans s'astreindre a la defense d'une these.
Outre cette divergence des periodisations historiques, l'incomprehension entre les deux critiques est accentuee par les connotations radicalement differentes que chacun attache a la notion de modernisme.
He had been well schooled in post-modern periodisations of the twentieth century, despite the campaign against everything that could be called 'post-modern' in the conservative press.
The periodisation of postcolonial literature and theory carries significant weight in defining the moment at which Coetzee's text was published.