Translation of dissidence in Spanish:

dissidence

disidencia, n.

Pronunciation /ˈdɪsədəns/ /ˈdɪsɪd(ə)ns/

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noun

Politics
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    disidencia feminine
    • It's the difference between protest and dissidence really.
    • The mountains stand as defiant outposts of tradition yet have also always been the homeland of rebellion, dissidence and resistance.
    • One can strip the fifties of its illusive aura of dull conformity without inflating cultural dissidence or generational muscle-flexing into political resistance.
    • Woodrow Wilson's Red Scare was the earliest and most extreme resort to state power in twentieth-century America to suppress labour, political dissidence, and independent thought.
    • Sex and violence become rites of passage and initiation which, like the new religious practices, produce a historicity of dissidence and dissent.
    • Governments all over Europe equated religious dissidence with political opposition and sought to eliminate it, strengthened by the obvious fact that it was their religious duty.
    • The poetry of dissidence and resistance on the other hand has to create its own space, which is public as well as private, real as well as virtual.
    • In Albania today there is much discussion about the notions of dissidence and dissident status.
    • Luckily for the government, three waves of rebellious dissidence had not coincided.
    • For many people, it was a ‘wake-up call, ‘which has led to considerable openness, concern, skepticism, and dissidence.’
    • But in their countries of asylum, their political dissidence - their very reason for needing to flee - is used to identify them as potential terrorists who deserve to be detained or deported.
    • Whether you are subjected to the draconian structure of the military or that of our pernicious government, honest dissidence should always remain constant.
    • The space for dissidence, previously tiny, is now extinct.
    • All difference of opinion is construed as dissidence.
    • A living left-wing principle would need to constantly reinvent itself through creative dissidence.
    • There seems to me, at least, to be some dissidence, if you will, in this.
    • Nobody seemed to know who was putting this out, but its dissidence was a welcome antidote to the blandness of mainstream public radio.
    • The level of dissidence is always a function of how tough the regime is.
    • But dissidence in both the parties is likely to tilt the fortunes marginally in Naidu's favour.
    • There is nothing new about dissidence, but no new front is coming up.