intervillage

intervillage

(ˌɪntəˈvɪlɪdʒ)
adj
occurring between two or more villages
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Against this backdrop, in Heyang, the government's stance toward the practice unfolded in an interscalar context of village politics and, in particular, intervillage competition.
(12) Susan McKinnon, 'The coolness of peace, the heat of the contest: Intervillage alliances in the Tanimbar Islands', in Maluku and Irian Jaya, ed.
Birkenholtz T (2013) On the network, off the map: Developing intervillage and intragender differentiation in rural water supply.
Common resilient practices performed by local communities across the Pacific have included underground preservation of breadfruit, the use of medicinal properties from local trees and fauna, community cooperation, the construction of wind-resilient houses (e.g., the Fijian bare and Samona fale) that can be reconstructed within a week, and the diversification of basic resources through intervillage and interisland trade.
Methodology, clinical and epidemiologic characteristics of cases, and intervillage transmission.
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The findings show that despite the apparent homogeneity in roles, opportunities, and needs of women farmers in Syria, important interhousehold and intervillage differences exist, grounded in sociological patterns of age, gender, and marital status and affected by other sociocultural factors such as household composition and family cultural background, as well as the capacity of individual women to negotiate their identities and roles within their spheres of influence.
After the establishment of the latter-day villages there were continued migrations and iduhu segmentations, intervillage marriages and incorporations of non-Motu-Koita persons into local groups.
marriage has been the major alliance mechanism of every society, and little girls are trained for roles as intervillage family diplomats").
Any pathways connecting these dispersed villages would be poorly trod and, when infrequent intervillage visitations did occur, they would be for the purposes of skirmishing.
Bartels, Dieter 1977 Guarding the invisible mountain; Intervillage alliances, religious syncretism and ethnic identity among Ambonese Christians and Moslems in the Moluccas.
Their contacts with outsiders, especially the British colonial rulers, who also brought with them modern education, enlightened the Nagas and facilitated the reunion (if that is the right term to use) of brethren long separated by ignorance and tribal insulations on account of the internecine intertribal, intervillage, and interclan feuds, which are popularly recorded in colonial literature as "head-hunting raids/wars." Thus with colonial rule the Nagas found their forgotten, if not lost, identity, their "nationality." When the British untied their colonial strings from the Naga territory on 14 August 1947, the imperialistic approach of the Indian and Burmese states became even more dangerous threats to the independent existence of the Nagas.