In Japan, there's a common word "Dominant Motion", which specifically means "V7-I motion" or "any motion that dominant seventh chords resolve to P4th above, to more stable chord". It's presented as a technical term and almost every japanese music theory book has the section introducing this word.
But reading English music theory books, I've never encountered this word. Instead, they are called "dominant resolution", "dominant to tonic motion" or "circle of fifth motion" etc.
I barely found the term "contiguous dominant motion" in Berklee's harmony theory, but it seems to have a bit different meanings.
Actually, whether this term is global-standard or not is sometimes controversial among Japanese people. So I want to know if "dominant motion" is an appropriate word to describe progressions such as V7-I, III7-VIm, VI7-IIm, I7-IV.