periodization

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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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"We share so much - the same methodology which we call tactical periodisation. So we share the way we perform, the way we organise and see the training."
"So it has been a case of making sure we get the periodisation right for when we are going to do it, and how we are going to go about doing it.
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Assumptions of periodisation are disturbed by indications of how illuminators' washes anticipate Turner's renderings of sky, or how colour-contrast implies the position of bodies beneath folds of cloth before monumental painting achieved such modelling, or passages of pointillism avant la lettre.
Since then, in his guise of being an expert in "periodisation"- setting specific football training plans, to you and me - he has sounded off about all manner of issues.
It is time to rethink the very category of 'Modern' and its derivatives, Medieval and Ancient; time, in fact, to rethink the whole problematic of historical periodisation.
La directrice du volume, Annie Lenoble-Bart avait neanmoins anticipe cette remarque et reconnu des l'introduction les faiblesses de sa periodisation, c'est tout a son honneur.
La directrice du volume, Annie Lenoble-Bart avait neanmoins anticipe cette remarque et reconnu des Fintroduction les faiblesses de sa periodisation, c'est tout a son honneur.
The Pakistani-French Archaeological Mission, she said, aimed to improve the chrono-cultural periodisation of southern Sindh.
While the potential benefits of this periodisation model have been theorised (Issurin, 2010), only a few studies have shown its relative effectiveness, mainly in endurance athletes (Breil et al., 2010; Garcia-Pallares and Izquierdo, 2011; Ronnestad et al., 2014).
She frequently crosses periodisation linking medieval and Jacobean concepts and stagecraft.