A cultural movement is a change in the way a number of different disciplines approach their work. This embodies all art forms, the sciences, and philosophies. Historically, different nations or regions of the world have gone through their own independent sequence of movements in culture, but as world communications have accelerated this geographical distinction has become less distinct. When cultural movements go through revolutions from one to the next, genres tend to get attacked and mixed up, and often new genres are generated and old ones fade. These changes are often reactions against the prior cultural form, which typically has grown stale and repetitive. An obsession emerges among the mainstream with the new movement, and the old one falls into neglect – sometimes it dies out entire

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  • الحركة الثقافية (بالإنجليزية: cultural movement)هي كل ممارسة تهدف إلى التغيير في طريقة التفكير والاعتقادات السائدة بخصوص مجموعة من القضايا الثقافية ذات العلاقة من نواحي وفروع معينة؛ مما يترتب عليه تغير في طريقة مقاربة ومعالجة العمل في هذه النواحي، والفنون وطرق التفكير بحيث تشكل مدرسة جديدة في الفكر أو الفن أو الأدب. تشمل هذه الحركات بالتالي أنواع الفن، والعلوم، والفلسفات، كانت هذه الحركات تتم بشكل متعاقب مستقل يختلف من منطقة لأخرى ومن شعب لآخر، لكن ثورة الاتصالات الحديثة سرعت من اختفاء هذا التميز الثقافي وسرعت من تواصل الشعوب وانتقال الثقافات، وكان من الطبيعي أن تفرض الثقافات الأقوى والأكثر سيطرة نفوذها على مناطق الثقافات الأضعف، وإن كانت كل ثقافة تحتفظ بقدر كبير من المقاومة للتأثيرات الخارجية. و غالبا ما تكون التغيرات التي تصاحب حركة ثقافية ما هي إلا نتيجة رد فعل وثورة على التقاليد الثقافية التي سادت في مرحلة سابقة، يمكن في العديد من الحالات أن تختفي الحركات الثقافيّة القديمة وتنتهي، لكنها أحيانا تنهض من جديد وتستعيد بريقها لتُشكّل حركة ثقافية مجدّدة غالبا ما تسمى (حركة ثقافية جديدة). (ar)
  • A cultural movement is a change in the way a number of different disciplines approach their work. This embodies all art forms, the sciences, and philosophies. Historically, different nations or regions of the world have gone through their own independent sequence of movements in culture, but as world communications have accelerated this geographical distinction has become less distinct. When cultural movements go through revolutions from one to the next, genres tend to get attacked and mixed up, and often new genres are generated and old ones fade. These changes are often reactions against the prior cultural form, which typically has grown stale and repetitive. An obsession emerges among the mainstream with the new movement, and the old one falls into neglect – sometimes it dies out entirely, but often it chugs along favored in a few disciplines and occasionally making reappearances (sometimes prefixed with "neo-"). There is continual argument over the precise definition of each of these periods, and one historian might group them differently, or choose different names or descriptions. As well, even though in many cases the popular change from one to the next can be swift and sudden, the beginning and end of movements are somewhat subjective, as the movements did not spring fresh into existence out of the blue and did not come to an abrupt end and lose total support, as would be suggested by a date range. Thus use of the term "period" is somewhat deceptive. "Period" also suggests a linearity of development, whereas it has not been uncommon for two or more distinctive cultural approaches to be active at the same time. Historians will be able to find distinctive traces of a cultural movement before its accepted beginning, and there will always be new creations in old forms. So it can be more useful to think in terms of broad "movements" that have rough beginnings and endings. Yet for historical perspective, some rough date ranges will be provided for each to indicate the "height" or accepted time span of the movement. This current article covers western, notably European and American cultural movements. They have, however, been paralleled by cultural movements in the Orient and elsewhere. In the late 20th and early 21st century in Thailand, for example, there has been a cultural shift away from western social and political values more toward Japanese and Chinese. As well, That culture has reinvigorated monarchical concepts to accommodate state shifts away from western ideology regarding democracy and monarchies. (en)
  • Les mouvements culturels sont des groupes d'identification partageant des opinions communes. Ce sont des ensembles d'écrivains qui partagent des caractéristiques communes sur le plan des formes littéraires utilisées et des idées. Quand il s'agit de musique, de peinture, etc. nous parlons donc de mouvement culturel. (fr)
  • Een stijlperiode is de benaming voor een periode in de cultuurgeschiedenis waarin een bepaalde stijl overheersend wordt geacht. Stijlperiodes worden kunstmatig geclassificeerd en afgebakend op basis van stilistische elementen die zich in die tijd voordeden. Het concept is enigszins vergelijkbaar met school (stroming) of stroming. Enkele bekende stijlperioden zijn romaans (kunst/architectuur), gotiek (kunst/architectuur), renaissance, barok, neoclassicisme, symbolisme, modernisme en postmodernisme. Het concept stijlperiode is nauw verbonden met de kunstgeschiedenis en hoewel zelden precies kan worden aangegeven wanneer een stijlperiode begint of eindigt, is het een onmisbaar instrument voor kunsthistorisch onderzoek. (nl)
  • Um movimento cultural é uma mudança no modo como diferentes disciplinas (artísticas, científicas, filosóficas, etc.) encaram o seu trabalho. É, em grande medida, uma distinção artificial, uma vez que raramente existe uma quebra radical, deliberada e consciente, antes as mudanças se processam lentamente e quase de forma inconsciente. Grosso modo, a lista que se segue inclui os movimentos culturais mais importantes da civilização ocidental, desde a antiguidade até aos nossos dias. Todos estes movimentos podem subdividir-se em sub-movimentos específicos, ou adaptam características únicas segundo cada uma das disciplinas que afetam na escola. RomânicoGóticoNominalismoTrovadorismoHumanismoRenascimentoManeirismoBarrocoRococóNeoclassicismo ou ArcadismoRomantismoRealismoNaturalismoParnasianismoSimbolismoArte Nova ou ModernismoPós-modernismo (pt)
  • 文化运动是指令众多不同学科改变其工作方式的运动。这囊括了所有的艺术形式、科学和哲学。在历史上,世界各地的国家和地区会经历其自身的文化运动,但随着全球交流速度的加快,这种地域上的区分已变得不那么明显。 (zh)
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  • Les mouvements culturels sont des groupes d'identification partageant des opinions communes. Ce sont des ensembles d'écrivains qui partagent des caractéristiques communes sur le plan des formes littéraires utilisées et des idées. Quand il s'agit de musique, de peinture, etc. nous parlons donc de mouvement culturel. (fr)
  • 文化运动是指令众多不同学科改变其工作方式的运动。这囊括了所有的艺术形式、科学和哲学。在历史上,世界各地的国家和地区会经历其自身的文化运动,但随着全球交流速度的加快,这种地域上的区分已变得不那么明显。 (zh)
  • الحركة الثقافية (بالإنجليزية: cultural movement)هي كل ممارسة تهدف إلى التغيير في طريقة التفكير والاعتقادات السائدة بخصوص مجموعة من القضايا الثقافية ذات العلاقة من نواحي وفروع معينة؛ مما يترتب عليه تغير في طريقة مقاربة ومعالجة العمل في هذه النواحي، والفنون وطرق التفكير بحيث تشكل مدرسة جديدة في الفكر أو الفن أو الأدب. (ar)
  • A cultural movement is a change in the way a number of different disciplines approach their work. This embodies all art forms, the sciences, and philosophies. Historically, different nations or regions of the world have gone through their own independent sequence of movements in culture, but as world communications have accelerated this geographical distinction has become less distinct. When cultural movements go through revolutions from one to the next, genres tend to get attacked and mixed up, and often new genres are generated and old ones fade. These changes are often reactions against the prior cultural form, which typically has grown stale and repetitive. An obsession emerges among the mainstream with the new movement, and the old one falls into neglect – sometimes it dies out entire (en)
  • Een stijlperiode is de benaming voor een periode in de cultuurgeschiedenis waarin een bepaalde stijl overheersend wordt geacht. Stijlperiodes worden kunstmatig geclassificeerd en afgebakend op basis van stilistische elementen die zich in die tijd voordeden. Het concept is enigszins vergelijkbaar met school (stroming) of stroming. Enkele bekende stijlperioden zijn romaans (kunst/architectuur), gotiek (kunst/architectuur), renaissance, barok, neoclassicisme, symbolisme, modernisme en postmodernisme. (nl)
  • Um movimento cultural é uma mudança no modo como diferentes disciplinas (artísticas, científicas, filosóficas, etc.) encaram o seu trabalho. É, em grande medida, uma distinção artificial, uma vez que raramente existe uma quebra radical, deliberada e consciente, antes as mudanças se processam lentamente e quase de forma inconsciente. RomânicoGóticoNominalismoTrovadorismoHumanismoRenascimentoManeirismoBarrocoRococóNeoclassicismo ou ArcadismoRomantismoRealismoNaturalismoParnasianismoSimbolismoArte Nova ou ModernismoPós-modernismo (pt)
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  • حركة ثقافية (ar)
  • Cultural movement (en)
  • Mouvement culturel (fr)
  • Stijlperiode (nl)
  • Movimento cultural (pt)
  • 文化运动 (zh)
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