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But the emergence of the term " folk " coincided with an " outburst of national feeling all over Europe " that was particularly strong at the edges of Europe, where national identity was most asserted.
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Prior to the emergence of the term Mizrahi, the term " Arab Jews " was sometimes used to describe Jews of the Arab world.
The term mechatronics is typically used to refer to macroscopic systems but futurists have predicted the emergence of very small electromechanical devices.
The term emergence in physics is thus used not to signify complexity, but rather to distinguish which laws and concepts apply to macroscopic scales, and which ones apply to microscopic scales.
This reductionist understanding is very different from that usually implied by the term ' emergence ', which typically intends that what emerges is more than the sum of the processes from which it emerges.
The term E-Learning 2. 0 is a neologism for CSCL systems that came about during the emergence of Web 2. 0 From an E-Learning 2. 0 perspective, conventional e-learning systems were based on instructional packets, which were delivered to students using assignments.
The traditional view of archaeologists, that the appearance of urbanization at excavation sites could be read as a sufficient index for the development of a polis was criticised by François Polignac in 1984 and has not been taken for granted in recent decades: the polis of Sparta for example was established in a network of villages. The term polis which in archaic Greece meant city, changed with the development of the governance center in the city to indicate state ( which included its surrounding villages ), and finally with the emergence of a citizenship notion between the land owners it came to describe the entire body of citizens.
The term Osiris-Dionysus is used by Timothy Freke and Peter Gandy to refer to a group of deities worshipped around the Mediterranean in the centuries prior to the emergence of Christianity.
It was a metaphor for the idealized process of immigration and colonization by which different nationalities, cultures and " races " ( a term that could encompass nationality, ethnicity and race ) were to blend into a new, virtuous community, and it was connected to utopian visions of the emergence of an American " new man ".
In the 20th century, the significant improvement of the standard of living of a society, and the consequent emergence of the middle class, broadly applied the term “ conspicuous consumption ” to the men, women, and households who possessed the discretionary income that allowed them to practice the patterns of economic consumption — of goods and services — which were motivated by the desire for prestige, the public display of social status, rather than by the intrinsic, practical utility of the goods and the services proper.
The term homophile began to disappear with the emergence of the Gay Liberation movements of the late 1960s and early 1970s, replaced by a new set of terminology such as gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender, although some of the homophile groups survived until the 1980s, 1990s and even the present day.
While the use of the word to describe what is now known as jungle is debatable, the emergence of the term in relation to electronic music circles can be roughly traced to lyrics used in Jamaican toasting ( a pre-cursor to modern MCs ), circa 1970.
b ) The emergence of the need to develop long term treatment mechanisms and strategies, as opposed to incisive therapeutic treatments.
Some scholars argue for refocusing the term on community-based activity within the domain of civil society, based on the belief that a strong non-governmental public sphere is a precondition for the emergence of a strong liberal democracy.
With the emergence of Ukrainian nationalism in the mid nineteenth-century, the term went out of use in what is now eastern and central Ukraine, with modern-day western Ukraine ( namely Carpathian Ruthenia ) remaining part of Czechoslovakia prior to World War II.
Smith said that the ambiguity of the term Elohim is the result of such changes, cast in terms of " vertical translatability " by Smith ( 2008 ); i. e. the re-interpretation of the gods of the earliest recalled period as the national god of the monolatrism as it emerged in the 7th to 6th century BCE in the Kingdom of Judah and during the Babylonian captivity, and later in terms of monotheism by the emergence of Rabbinical Judaism in the 2nd century CE .< ref > Mark S. Smith, God in translation: deities in cross-cultural discourse in the biblical world, vol.
The phenomenon of using songs or chants, in some form, to accompany sea labor preceded the emergence of the term " shanty " in the historical record of the mid-19th century.
This dollar is often referred to as a " Suzy " or " Susie "; another variation is to refer to the coin as a " Susan B " or " Susie / Suzy B ;" another common term is the " Carter quarter ," referring to its emergence during the Presidential term of Jimmy Carter and the fact that it was often confused with the quarter-dollar coin.
The term " Spiritual emergence " describes a " gradual unfoldment of spiritual potential with no disruption in psychological-social-occupational functioning ".
His term in office was dominated by both internal unionist struggles, seeing the political emergence of Ian Paisley from the right and Alliance Party of Northern Ireland from the left, and an emergent nationalist resurgence.
The somewhat controversial term was coined during racial segregation in 1960s America at the time of the music genre's emergence in popular music culture.
emergence and folk
At a later stage, the popular performers such as Lepa Brena, Vesna Zmijanac and Dragana Mirković used more influences from pop music, oriental music, and other genres, which led to the emergence of turbo folk.
In addition to the emergence of the concert cimbalom in Hungary, some other regions in Eastern Europe also further developed their local version of folk dulcimer and more formal schools of playing followed ( see Tsymbaly ).
The 1990s also began to see the emergence of the first new electric folk acts for almost a decade, with bands like Broadside Electric in 1990 and the consciously named Swedish outfit Electric Folk from 1996.
After an emergence of folk music from independent artists such as Elliott Smith and Neutral Milk Hotel in the late 1990s and crossover bands which dominated much of the underground music scene, a resurrection of psych folk appeared during the following decade, with the New Weird America movement, which also saw the rise of the stylistically similar genre of Freak Folk.
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These pagan currents coincided with Romanticist interest in folklore and occultism, the widespread emergence of pagan themes in popular literature, and the rise of nationalism.
Winfield's emergence as a legitimate star coincided with the turnaround of a promising young left-handed pitcher named Randy Jones, who had suffered through 22 losses in 1974.
The emergence and growth of blogs in the late 1990s coincided with the advent of web publishing tools that facilitated the posting of content by non-technical users.
Ugyen Wangchuck's emergence as the national leader coincided with the realization that the dual political system was obsolete and ineffective.
Their efforts coincided with the emergence of a middle class that was looking for ways to spend its money on symbols of upward mobility.
Spencer's time as editor also coincided with the emergence of Post-Punk acts such as Joy Division and Gang of Four.
The emergence of the New Romantic movement into the mainstream coincided with Vivienne Westwood's unveiling of her " pirate collection ", which was promoted by Bow Wow Wow and Adam and the Ants, who were managed by her then partner Malcolm McLaren.
According to Giddens, the rise of romantic love more or less coincided with the emergence of the novel.
The Berlin Conference ( or " Congo Conference ") of 1884 – 85 regulated European colonization and trade in Africa during the New Imperialism period, and coincided with Germany's sudden emergence as an imperial power.
This rise has coincided with the emergence of men's studies ( also referred to as masculine studies ).
The series of attacks and the emergence of the FLNC coincided with the trial of ten members of the recently outlawed Action Régionaliste Corse.
The release of All Four One, the band's first successful U. S. album, coincided with the emergence of MTV, which led to music videos being created for both " Only the Lonely " and " Take the L ".
After a sole season, which coincided with the emergence of new signing Fernando Vega, he opted to retire from professional football at the age of 36, having appeared in more than 500 official games ( nearly 400 in the Spanish top division, the only he competed in ).
Alexandru's enlightened reign, moreover, coincided with subtle shifts in economic and social life and with the emergence of new spiritual and intellectual aspirations that pointed to the West and to reform.
The Berlin Conference ( German: Kongokonferenz or " Congo Conference ") of 1884 – 85 regulated European colonization and trade in Africa during the Imperialism period, and coincided with Germany's sudden emergence as an imperial power.
The development of the housing designs for the estate coincided with the emergence of architectural modernism in Australia.
The emergence of EasyJet as a force in UK aviation also coincided with the launch of a daily service to London Luton in 1996.
Since the emergence of affordable home computers coincided with the popularity of paper and pencil role-playing games, this genre was one of the first in video games and continues to be popular today.
In Iran, before the emergence in the early 1950s of Vigen Derderian, the music industry was dominated by Persian classical singers. Then Vigen, known as the " king of jazz ", ushered in a revolution that coincided with the emergence of a new, western-influenced middle class.