cultural movement

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a group of people working together to advance certain cultural goals

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But fundamentalisms are not living cultural movements however powerful they may be.
He reminds us that the civil rights movement, like all cultural movements, is about the people who make up the families, which make up the neighborhoods, which make up the cities, which make up our nation.
However, despite the acknowledgment of this influence, no previous study has appeared which seriously investigates the connection between the two cultural movements in depth.
She has published in the areas of social theory, social class, cultural movements, development, human rights, and gender.
The brand concept represents today's most significant cultural youth movement, derived from a multitude of technological innovations that allow today's youth to combine previously disparate cultural movements like Hip Hop and Rock to create unique sounds, videos, automobiles and even customized clothing.
Entries are organized alphabetically and include individuals, titles, characters, cultural institutions, cultural phenomena, literary or cultural movements, time periods, terms, poetry, women writers, archetypes and icons, children's literature, erotic literature, journals, prizes, queer themes and literature, religion, theater, travel writing, and short fiction.
Maginnis opens with an eloquent and useful prologue that describes the major cultural movements of the preceding thirteenth century, particularly the "recovery of Aristotle and.
Political, social, and cultural movements have been attractive to gay people because they have traditionally had the least invested in the status quo.
Assael was borrowing the words of University of Texas at Dallas Professor Frederick Turner, words describing the apparently cyclical nature of cultural movements.
Graz has long been a place from which cultural movements of one kind or another could erupt.
According to Wired Magazine, an influential periodical of current culture, Mash Culture is the result of a multitude of technological innovations that allow today's youth to combine previously disparate cultural movements like Hip Hop and Rock to create unique sounds, videos, automobiles and even customized clothing.
Her topics include the history of public librarianship within the historical and cultural movements of the times, literature on the field's development, the evolution of standards and planning, the role of the political process in the growth of libraries, how adult and youth services reflect societal trends, principles and goals that drive public libraries, and human rights and human capabilities as lodestars for the 21st century.
In each of the following chapters -- on Hamlet, Othello, Macbeth, and King Lear respectively -- Berry performs a similar operation of teasing out wordplay, unearthing half-buried imagery, uncovering layers of imagery, and bolstering her findings with connections made to a broad range of Renaissance cultural movements and works of art, pulled with seeming effortlessness out of an impressive erudition.
Discussing the sources of cultural movements, Peter Blundell Jones draws interesting parallels between the conditions that have made the city of Graz so fertile in all the arts at present, and those in other 'second cities' where the arts seem to have suddenly taken root and flowered.
Mash Culture" is the result of technological innovations that allow today's youth to combine previously disparate cultural movements like Hip Hop and Rock to create unique sounds, videos, automobiles and even customized clothing.
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