Territorialism

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Territorialism can refer to the following:

  • Animal territorialism, the animal behavior of defending a geographical area from intruders
  • Environmental territorialism, a stance toward threats posed toward individuals, communities or nations by environmental events and trends
  • Jewish Territorialist Organization, a Jewish political movement in the early 20th century advocating settlement in a number of territories outside of the Holy Land as an alternative to Zionism
  • Territorialist School, a contemporary Italian approach to urban and regional planning
  • Land tenure, the legal regime in which land is owned by an individual
    • Feudalism, a legal and military system of hierarchical land holding
  • Statism, the belief that the state should control economic or social policy, or both, to some degree

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