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periodization

any division of prehistorical or historical time into definite eras or periods. Often, but not always, suchperiodizations have a technological basis, e.g. PALAEOLITHIC AND NEOLITHIC AGES.
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Then they discuss sources of violence in the Cultural Revolution and its periodization and definition.
In this respect, even so-called non-linear periodization is linear in its prediction of outcomes (Denison and Scott-Thomas, 2011), as it uses a sum-of-components approach, which is incompatible with the nature of complex systems (Ellis, 2005).
Among the theoretical periodization models, linear periodization is the most commonly applied to young soccer athletes.
In Beckett studies, we find the same pattern of periodization, ending with the "late style" (Gontarski).
Periodization training is a concept developed by Dr.
The twelve essays collected here follow two fils rouges: on the one hand the theoretical debate about periodizations (Franco, Lipner, Oetke, Bronkhorst, and partly also Pinchard and Eltschinger), on the other hand the discussion of specific instances of periodization (Patil, Eltschinger, Clavel, Pinchard), most notably of Erich Frauwallner's periodization (Franco, Motegi, Oetke, Bronkhorst).
That is why we feel the necessity to propose the periodization approach for IS assessment in parallel to IS PITA (that will be represented further).
The diversity of methodological approach of the essays here published complements the different periodization and subjects analyzed by the authors.
Team sport activity is composed of conditional, technical, tactical features of performance and uses the periodization to put in practice strategies methods and teachings to develop the abilities of the individual and the collective group with the aim to get the best goals.
com)-- It's called Nano-sport Periodization, and the new workout theory is expected to be the top fitness craze for 2013.
But a caution is in order against the impression that this is a chronological periodization of the religion's development rather than a regional differentiation, and therefore that the book presents "early" Manichaeism, compared to a "later" Manichaeism found in Eastern sources.
In his historiographical appendix, Ruderman discusses the recent challenges to the traditional periodization of world history into medieval, early modern and modern eras.