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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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(2002) and of the tactical periodization of Vitor Frade (Carvalhal, 2001).
The epilogue extends the thesis to the larger issue of periodization. Polley acknowledges the long-held debates over the issue, admitting that her critical work relies on periodization while criticizing it: "while Echoes of Emerson recognizes historical contrast as something of an ontological imperative (in American realism and beyond), it relies equally on a vision of history that resists discrete beginnings and ends" (136).
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).
I'd like to share information on periodization training as a sample of the information presented during the two-day summit.
Istvan Balyi, who is acknowledged worldwide as the expert in long term athlete development and the periodization of training plans, will be speaking at the seminar.
One of the mainstream views Cole is attempting to disrupt is periodization, an academic tendency to segregate historical periods and their key players at the expense of identifying the continuities and innovations that link the far past with the immediate present.
Periodization and Historiography of Indian Philosophy.
They explain concepts of long-term athlete development and how they can be applied to all participants, including athletes with disabilities; key factors in athlete development, including physical literacy, early and late specialization in sports, age, variations in trainability across the life span, intellectual, emotional, and moral development, time, periodization of training, competition for different stages, how sport systems can work together to enhance the sport experience, and continuous improvement; and athletic training and development for the seven stages of human development.
--to consider the necessity of periodization for IS assessment and examine method on domestic case of Ukrainian IS.
The diversity of methodological approach of the essays here published complements the different periodization and subjects analyzed by the authors.