periodize


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periodize

(ˈpɪərɪəˌdaɪz) or

periodise

vb
to divide (a portion of time) into periods
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The literary movement that so many refer to as the "Harlem Renaissance" remains contested terrain and the need to periodize and name the movement is ongoing.
2007), Massey and colleagues suggested that external training factors such as the need to create an ascetic routine, develop a social support system, and periodize training with appropriate rest periods both required self-regulation and also helped increase self-regulatory capacity among MMA fighters.
It is important to periodize the history of the nation and its religion in comparing present belief and unbelief with that of earlier eras.
Nemirovich-Danchenko's entry appears in the section, perhaps, because he attempts to periodize Chekhov's life into three categories: those of promising writer, talented writer, and genius playwright.
Historians in both Canada and the United States have extensively debated how to periodize this epoch, focusing on the pivotal changes brought by the period on campuses, for women and minorities, and for the growth of the welfare state.
There have been previous attempts to periodize the Livonian written language.
Here, we will look into only one small but ever-present corner of the analytical side of the process--the attempts to periodize history into eras: the Early Church, the Middle Ages, the Reformation, the Baby Boomers, or Generation X.
Particularly questionable are attempts to periodize on the basis of style, and for reasons that most readers of this review will have already surmised by now: the "appropriation of 'low' cultural forms into 'high'" as an attempt to breach the "great divide" between the two levels (Taylor, p.
Using China as a frame of reference to study Chinese overseas also predominates the way historians of China periodize the history of Chinese overseas.
This is similar to how Chinese scholars periodize Chinese television notwithstanding insufficient attention had been paid to transnational dynamics (e.
Asking employees to periodize Ordi's history, they defined the period from 1992 to 1997 as Tartu period, which means that the company, settled only in Tartu was rather small and enthusiastic employees worked in the field they enjoyed (Teder, Hommik, Aron et al 2005).
Various African American historians such as Earl Thorpe, Vincent Harding, Sterling Stuckey, and John Hope Franklin have tried to periodize these schools.