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  • n. The eradication of social, political, or cultural practices from their native places and populations


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de- +‎ territorialization


  • Romanticism — one occasionally comes across references to concepts that emerged from Deleuze's work with Guattari, such as "deterritorialization,"


  • According to her, at the heart of Schlingensief's work lies "a contribution to discussions about the deterritorialization of the arts and to questions regarding the social relevance of art."

    Artlog: The 54th Venice Biennale: And the Winner Is...

  • This blog uses Farscape to explain Felix Guattari's concept of deterritorialization!

    Frell Me Dead

  • "With the nomad, on the contrary, it is deterritorialization that constitutes the relation to the earth...."


  • They also lay out the theory of “territories” or sets of environmentally embedded triggers of self-organizing processes, and the concomitant processes of deterritorialization (breaking of habits) and reterritorialization (formation of habits).

    Gilles Deleuze

  • Chapter 11 discusses the “refrain” or rhythm as a means of escaping from and forming new territories, or even existing in a process of continual deterritorialization, what they call

    Gilles Deleuze

  • In this view, present-day intellectual interest in the problem of globalization can be linked directly to the emergence of new high-speed technologies that tend to minimize the significance of distance and heighten possibilities for deterritorialization and social interconnectedness.


  • Even though geographical location remains crucial for many undertakings (for example, farming to satisfy the needs of a local market), deterritorialization manifests itself in many social spheres.


  • First, contemporary analysts associate globalization with deterritorialization, according to which a growing variety of social activities takes place irrespective of the geographical location of participants.


  • Fifth, globalization should be understood as a multi-pronged process, since deterritorialization, social interconnectedness, and acceleration manifest themselves in many different (economic, political, and cultural) arenas of social activity.



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