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In that regard, our intent is not to prescribe the justice norms that should emanate from these publics, since to do so would contradict our version of nomadism, which we have explicated as a spatial, rather than substantive, argument.
Nomadism resists fixity and closure, but the idea of movement which is inherently liberatory is problematic.
Susannah Clapp, who edited In Patagonia, writes that nomadism was "the biggest of Bruce Chatwin's big themes.
Working, sleeping and eating alongside these age-old tribes, she realises the harsh reality of nomadism, as they battle their environment and the pressures of the modern world to conform.
Kate | Working, sleeping and eating alongside these age old tribes, she realises the harsh reality of nomadism, as they battle their environment and the pressures of the modern world.
Working, sleeping and eating alongside these tribes, she realises the harsh reality of nomadism, as they battle their environment and the pressures of the modern world to conform.
The chapter provides an important analysis of the supply of lithic raw materials and expands on the 'migration model' of seasonal nomadism with annual movement cycles in high mountain landscapes.
Two Members of the Parliament from the Bulgarian Socialist Party, BSP, have logged a proposal for amendments to the Political Parties Act to eliminate "political nomadism.
The multi-currency jewelry points to the Roma's nomadism, but it reads most forcefully as a comment on the population's unstable relationship with capitalism.
From the two universal categories one is nomadism and small village life and the other is city-life and civilization.
This sociological distinction is still the main criterion in dialect classification, but there is some ambivalence about it in the present work, from tacit acceptance (Ingham for Mesopotamian dialects), acceptance with reservations (Heikki Palva for the gelet dialects, Eades for Sawawi, and, of course, Holes himself), to a radical rejection of the whole idea by David Britain, who argues that the "urban fetish" has misled dialectologists into the false equation of conservatism with nomadism and progressiveness with sedentarism, when in fact there are no linguistic changes that can be attributed solely to the urban way of life itself.
Among them are grassland management through democratic consultation in an agro-pastoral village, Kazakh nomadism and customary community-based rangeland management in Xinjiang, and Ichtamir pasture user groups and territory-based community development in Mongolia.