peripherality


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peripherality

(pəˌrɪfəˈrælɪtɪ)
n
the quality of being peripheral
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Peripherality, in this context, does not only call upon the groups' historical experiences of racial marginalization but also the systemic forms of injustices that persist in Canada.
Scholars of economics, politics, and environmental science explore eastern versus southern peripherality as an important issue for the European Union and European Monetary Union.
16) The attention currently lavished on stalling growth in emerging markets is a sign of their importance for the global economy, not their peripherality.
As Cristina Sandru notices, "prior to 1989, East-Central Europe could be described as a mediating peripherality, doubly marginalized by the two competing centers of influence: the political-economic and ideological one of the Soviet Union, and the cultural one of the West" (Worlds Apart?
This service contract shall analyse insularity, peripherality, remoteness, accessibility, vulnerability, attractiveness, innovation, and their meaning for various types of territories.
The smaller tessellated areas in the north-east or south-east are significantly marked by their low accessibility and peripherality (Halas, 2008; Spisakova, 2010).
As borders lose their peripherality, new types of margin emerge in peri-urban areas and other places to which people travel to work.
Extrametricality obeys the Peripherality Condition which states that a constituent might be rendered extrametrical only if it is at a designated edge (left or right) of its domain.
2012: Peripherality and integration: Industrial growth and decline in the Greek regions.
RP has circumvented this problem by classifying states in terms of their peripheral or central status, and by presenting precise operational definitions of peripherality and centrality.
Rurality can be represented both as a soothing space of relaxation and respite (Kelly, 2013) and simultaneously, a site of peripherality, cultural backwardness and dysfunction (Rofe, 2013) which ironically can generate 'dark tourism' that play on dystopian imaginaries (Podoshen, Venkatesh, Wallin, Andrzejewski, & Jin, 2015; Rofe, 2013).
The Semplica Girls remind us of the proximity of a bloody past and an equally troubling present; one that relegates the violence at its center to its margins in an incredible exercise of prestidigitation whereby a profit is made thanks to the illusion of distance and peripherality.