Definition of Deconcentration. Meaning of Deconcentration. Synonyms of Deconcentration

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Definition of Deconcentration

Deconcentration
Deconcentration De*con`cen*tra"tion, n. Act of deconcentrating. [R.]

Meaning of Deconcentration from wikipedia

- Deconcentration of attention is opposite to concentration and can be interpreted as a process of dismantling of the figures in the field of perception...
- Industrial deconcentration is the movement of industrial zones (factories) away from the center of the city, and further away from each other. It is similar...
- archaeology Industrial coating Industrial data processing Industrial deconcentration Industrial democracy Industrial design Industrial design rights Industrial...
- of consciousness, psychonetics; known for developing the concept of deconcentration of attention. Oleg Baktiyarov's works are based on various practice-oriented...
- and formed the short-lived City of Williamsburgh in 1851. Industrial deconcentration in mid-century was bringing shipbuilding and other manufacturing to...
- Black flight and white flight Concentric zone model Ghetto Industrial deconcentration Inner City Press Skid row Slum Suburban colonization Urban sprawl Urban...
- Europe, counterurbanization involves a type of migration leading to deconcentration of one area to another that is beyond suburbanization or metro decentralization...
- Stinner, William F.; Bacol-Montilla, Melinda (October 1981). "Po****tion Deconcentration in Metropolitan Manila in the Twentieth Century". The Journal of Developing...
- power to newly created institutions and is different from the act of deconcentration of power, which is the transfer of power within the same institution...
- shifted to internal political stability and economic growth. Economic deconcentration, for example, was left uncompleted as GHQ responded to new imperatives...
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