Translation of passive resistance in Spanish:

passive resistance

resistencia pasiva, n.


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    resistencia pasiva feminine
    • We feel this way for many reasons - conflict, criticism, and passive resistance to our leadership - but no form of injustice is easier to quantify than low compensation.
    • But they are not going to find these answers in the cowardly confines of the antiwar movement; because the antiwar movement does not consider them capable of anything more than passive resistance to politics.
    • During the struggle for independence, he realised the significance of women in the non-violent and passive resistance movement against the British rule.
    • It was his grandfather's practice of passive resistance that brought down British colonial rule in India.
    • His deed certainly bears no resemblance to civil disobedience within the tradition of passive resistance.
    • Hostility toward the dominant group may take many forms, ranging form non-violent passive resistance to apolitical crime and politically inspired guerrilla warfare.
    • I doubt if the media will mention September 11 1906, when Mahatma Gandhi initiated non-violent, passive resistance as a means of social reform.
    • The prisoners had been practising passive resistance to the confiscation of their lands.
    • Still, passive resistance can be expected from managers of hard-pressed state enterprises.
    • Demonstrators were advised to avoid violence and to use passive resistance.
    • Why, he can't even cut down a few old trees in The Domain without inciting a huge public outcry and passive resistance opposition.
    • Congress rejected the break-up of India and Jinnah called on Muslims to engage in ‘direct action’ - the opposite of Gandhi's passive resistance.
    • Nonviolence is not passive resistance: it is active.
    • Through nonparticipation and passive resistance, people could achieve their goals.
    • However, in some cases their ‘survival techniques’ included passive resistance, for example, ignoring some restrictive orders.
    • He left the country for India in 1914, after having shaped and established his policy of ‘Satyagraha’ or passive resistance.
    • This dual role has resulted in the unusual resilience and flexibility of black women and in their oft-repeated stance of dignified passive resistance to oppression.
    • Political groups, inspired by Mahatma Gandhi's passive resistance strategy, embarked on a campaign of defiance against unjust laws.
    • His experiences in Johannesburg from 1903 to 1913 shaped his philosophy of Satyagraha, passive resistance.
    • Personally I think passive resistance is a good option.