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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «NOMADIZATION» OVER TIME
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «NOMADIZATION»
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This volume examines the relationships between rural settlement processes and the spatial patterns they produce by mapping past and present patterns and tracing the historical processes which generated them.
David Grossman, 1992
Nomads in Archaeology
Nomadization occurs in response to conditions of environmental and political
insecurity (the two are frequently related) through the exercise of options inherent
in an unstable subsistence strategy based on pastoral accumulation. It proceeds
Roger Cribb, 2004
Frankish Rural Settlement in the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem
through a process of nomadization and joins the nomadic tribes.13 Central
Samaria does not appear to fit into this scheme. The first stage in the process of
nomadization - that of the flight of the sedentary population - did not occur
because of ...
Ronnie Ellenblum, 2003
Who Were the Early Israelites and Where Did They Come From?
And he and I agree entirely on at least one interval of nomadization on which I
have worked extensively, the Early Bronze IV period, ca. 2300-2000 b.c. These
cycles constitute such a well-known phenomenon that no defense of the
William G. Dever, 2006
Gendered Impacts of Sedentarization of Nomads on the Somali ...
Nomadization is the shift from being sedentary to nomadic. This research
demonstrates that some nomadization took place in one location when an NGO
issued the community with some goats. Because this is very rare, I have not
Elizabeth Muthoni Waithanji, 2008
Establishing a Pluralist Society in Medieval Korea, ...
belong to one person alone,” and that is the result of “permanent hybridization
and nomadization.”81 Permanent hybridization and nomadization were
constitutive features of the identities of these Koryŏ officials, who played such
Remco E. Breuker, 2010
Early Israel: Anthropological and Historical Studies on the ...
As a result, it could be claimed that this contributed to the acceleration of the
process of nomadization of the previous sedentary population. In other words,
this destruction of the country was not the result of the arrival of large numbers of
Niels Peter Lemche, 1985
31 [We have coined the word nomadization as the least clumsy translation of the
German compound word Aufenthaltslosigkeit. Au/enthalt refers to where one is
sojourning at the moment or at a certain time, and it implies that one has a place
Rollo May, Ernest Angel, 1994
Nomadism in Iran: From Antiquity to the Modern Era
139 Such overgrazing, he suggested elsewhere, was a function of declining
agricultural productivity, perhaps related to soil salinization, prompting increased
reliance on herding and eventually nomadization, such that “the ranks of the
D. T. Potts, 2014
Holocaust: In the Name of the Fuehrer
In the Name of the Fuehrer R. Gordon Grant. learned the truth, albeit not always
complete and precise. NOMADIZATION AND TEMPORARY LIVING OUARTERS.
Among the phenomena of the period that have direct implications for the Final ...
R. Gordon Grant, 2003
NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «NOMADIZATION»
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Bulgari CEO: we shouldn't have left India so we're back
First of all, it's the nomadization of the society. People are born in Delhi, raised in Calcutta, work in New York. This bond between your family ... «Reuters India, Nov 14»
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