The subject/ or the performing body is "joining the pack" of wolves and "hold to the multiplicity"; therefore, it both affects and is affected by this pack, de-territorialized
and re- territorialized
in a new way (26).
This Thursday, March 8, 2018, on the occasion of the International Day for Women's Rights, Julien Denormandie, Secretary of State to the Minister of Territorial Cohesion, announced the launch of sixty indicators allowing to establish a territorialized
observation of gender inequalities in France.
This latter point is key: while Deleuze and Guattarri are often celebrated as theorists of deterritorialization, or the unmooring of subjective possibilities from territorialized
assemblages that constrain meaning, identity and value, this should not be taken as an unbounded terrain of pure potentiality.
It is the pain territorialized
, the place of those who speak from loss, confrontation, longing that is strength and memory that is faith and perseverance.
His lack of interest in feeling (read: coded or territorialized
sexual conjugality) thus translates as disrespect for "human nature" (read: stratified or organized sociality).
At primary health care, community health agents (ACS) of ESF teams appear as key-actors in territorialized
and community level work, centralizing their attention on community according to their extended local knowledge.
In the Indonesian context where people's mobility, especially in the upland forested areas, has been the rule rather than the exception, this territorialized
definition of indigeneity can easily lead to conflicts and competing claims among groups.
Enthusiasm for federalism in both Africa and France persisted, albeit in varying forms, even as the empire was territorialized
under the loi-cadre (framework law) of 1956 (Chapter 5) and the constitution was rewritten in 1958 (Chapter 6), and following the decision of all Francophone African territories, with the exception of Guinea, to become members of a 'multinational' (p.
They all show that homemaking practices are ongoing, even when people live unsteady lives as they try to improve their material conditions and recreate familiarity and belonging in territorialized
Turning to the 2003 ICH Convention and the Thai draft bill for the Intangible Cultural Heritage, the second and third parts of this article argue that the Thai state's selective interpretation of the former international instrument intentionally sidesteps the call for community engagement and decentralization of decision-making, and instead perpetuates a territorialized
and hierarchical ordering of national heritage.
As global forms are articulated in specific situations"or territorialized
in assemblages " they define new material collective and discursive relationships.
This appears relevant to Bamenda Grassfields experiences because, as they moved out, they de territorialized
Bamenda Grassfields and re-territoritorialized it in distant places.