disobedience

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İngilizce - Türkçe
itaatsizlik

Bu sivil itaatsizlik değil. Bu isyandır. - That's not civil disobedience. That's rioting.

itaatsızlık
uymama
(Kanun) riayet etmeme
söz dinlemezlik
serkeş
disobedient itaatsiz
baş kaldırma
asi
disobediently itaatsizce
(Askeri) İTAATSİZLİK: Verilen emirlere itaat etmeme, askeri kanunlara uygun hareket etmeme hali. Bak. "insubordination" ve "obedience"
{i} asilik
serkeşçe
{i} direniş
{i} başkaldırma
{i} serkeşlik
disobedience of order
(Kanun) emre uymama
civil disobedience
kanunlara itaat etmeme
civil disobedience
Sivil itaatsizlik
punished for disobedience
itaatsizlik için ceza
İngilizce - İngilizce
neglect or refusal to comply with an authoritative injunction
{n} a breach of duty, frowardness
{i} noncompliance, insubordination, defiance
the failure to obey
Disobedience is deliberately not doing what someone tells you to do, or what a rule or law says that you should do
Neglect or refusal to obey; violation of a command or prohibition
the failure to obey the trait of being unwilling to obey
Refusal to obey
the trait of being unwilling to obey
inobedience
disobeisance
unobedience
disobediency
civil disobedience
a group's refusal to obey a law because they believe the law is immoral (as in protest against discrimination); "Thoreau wrote a famous essay justifying civil disobedience
civil disobedience
Civil disobedience is the refusal by ordinary people in a country to obey laws or pay taxes, usually as a protest. The opposition threatened a campaign of civil disobedience. Refusal to obey civil laws in an effort to induce change in governmental policy or legislation, characterized by the use of passive resistance or other nonviolent means. when people, especially a large group of people, refuse to obey a law in order to protest in a peaceful way against the government. or passive resistance Refusal to obey government demands or commands and nonresistance to consequent arrest and punishment. It is used especially as a nonviolent and usually collective means of forcing government concessions and has been a major tactic of nationalist movements in Africa and India, of the U.S. civil rights movement, and of labour and antiwar movements in many countries. Civil disobedience is a symbolic or ritualistic violation of the law, rather than a rejection of the system as a whole. The civil disobedient, finding legitimate avenues of change blocked or nonexistent, sees himself as obligated by a higher, extralegal principle to break some specific law. By submitting to punishment, the civil disobedient hopes to set a moral example that will provoke the majority or the government into effecting meaningful political, social, or economic change. The philosophical roots of civil disobedience lie deep in Western thought. Cicero, Thomas Aquinas, and John Locke, among others, appealed to systems of natural law that take precedence over the laws created by communities or states (positive law). More modern advocates and practitioners of civil disobedience include Henry David Thoreau, Mohandas K. Gandhi, and Martin Luther King, Jr
civil disobedience
refusal to obey laws for personal or moral reasons, non-violent protest
conscientious disobedience
noncompliance on moral or religious grounds
disobedience