periodization


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periodization

(ˌpɪərɪədaɪˈzeɪʃən) or

periodisation

n
(Historical Terms) the act or process of dividing history into periods
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Their topics include criteria and periodization in dating biblical texts to parts of the Persian period, Jeremiah's relations with the Minor Prophets: a window into the formation of the Book of the Twelve, dating Zechariah 1-8: the evidence in favor of and against understanding Zechariah 3 and 4 as sixth-century texts, how to identify a Persian period text in the Pentateuch, the Aaronic blessing in Numbers 6: its intention and place in the concept of the Pentateuch, and dating Esther: historicity and the provenance of Masoretic Esther.
Rather than accept the traditional periodization for the authoritarian shift in British politics and society, Kinkel moves it back forty years to the 1740s.
The specific periodization for the volleyball was elaborate with the influence of the traditional periodization of Matveev (1991), with some contents of the structural scheme of high intensity loads of Tschiene (1992), of the block periodization of Verkhoshanski (1995), of the non-linear periodization elaborate by the Americans (Kraemer e Hakkinen, 2004), of the periodization of selective loads of Gomes
"Cycling Workout Handbook" includes training programs with calculated periodization and regular recovery cycles for maximum fitness benefit.
This periodization influences not only how American literature is taught, but also how these genres and their relationship to one another are imagined.
'He's known for periodization, he's the expert there,' Patafa president Philip Ella Juico said, referring to the systematic strength training concept the Italian has mastered.
He added,"Taken as a whole, their individual findings confirm that the scientific legibility of North Africa is not fully captured in fixed political divisions and periodization, or by state- and elite-centered processes alone." After the dust has settled on the Arab uprisings, optimism has faded to cynicism as ongoing conflicts continue to rage in many parts of the Arab world.
He added, "Taken as a whole, their individual findings confirm that the scientific legibility of North Africa is not fully captured in fixed political divisions and periodization, or by state- and elite-centered processes alone."
Periodization is a core scientific concept of training theory and methodology, and is widely acclaimed as being beneficial in exercise prescription, both for performance and health purposes (Issurin, 2008; Naclerio et al., 2013).
Physical training periodization is recognized as an effective method for the development of athletic performance (17).
Notably his prose fiction will be the focus of this article, in which we propose a quantitative method to delineate a periodization of Beckett's oeuvre.
Topics like overtraining, injury prevention and rehabilitation, athletics in youth, motor control learning and periodization are such examples.