Territoriality


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Territoriality

A term that signifies a connection or limitation with reference to a particular geographic area or country.

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If territoriality inhibits idea implementation, managers of organizations should identify how to weaken this effect.
Although prior research has established the influence of elements in the context such as trust and leadership on learning in organizations, the role of the physical environment, specifically spatial behavior such as territoriality has not been examined in relation to situated learning in organizations.
Territoriality is defended based on qualitative aspects.
threefold: first, to expose the fiction of territoriality in a world of
Keywords: encounters, territoriality, boundaries, Occupy, urban activism
Territoriality may also be more of an issue with intact cats, and cats often use vocal cues to express their dominion over a cherished space.
According to her, territoriality and extraterritoriality are meaningless concepts in this context, (12) precisely because modern corporations purposely operate worldwide through subsidiaries and various contractors in a web-like structure to minimize their liability.
Members of the standing groups reported that their team members were less protective of their ideas; this reduced territoriality led to more information sharing and higher quality videos.
After a compelling but perhaps over-theorized exposition of Huichol notions of territoriality, the text's three most compelling chapters present examples of Huichol claims in practice (around land disputes, struggles to preserve and limit access to sacred spaces outside of the federally recognized limits of Huichol lands, an innovative educational movement) and a particularly compelling chapter that considers the murder of the North American journalist Philip True in 1998.
It demonstrates that, given the borderless and unconventional features of cyberterrorism, the theories of territoriality, nationality, passive personality, and universality are ill-suited for effectively bringing the perpetrators of cyberterrorism to justice.
In these studies female territoriality was presumed from the exclusive use of space.
These territoriality conditions that our countries can impose are not an obstacle to creation.