What is the difference between a revolt and a revolution?
A revolt attempts to change conditions for a particular group of people; a revolution changes the constitution of a state.
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A revolt is any conflict in which a group fights against an authority. If its participants fail in defeating the authority, the name of the revolt becomes "rebellion," and its… participants are called "rebels," as in Shays' Rebellion and the Whisky Rebellion. If the revolt succeeds, it can be called a "revolution," and its participants are "revolutionaries," as in the American Revolution and French Revolution. During the middle of the revolt, when it is not clear who will win or lose, the conflict remains called a "revolt," (or, specially by the authority, a "rebellion") and sometimes this name sticks even after the conflict has subsided, regardless of who loses or wins.. Another interesting point is that a war in which a single country is basically divided, each side fighting for political authority, is called a "civil war" if the rebel side (the side that does not have control of the government while the war is being fought) fails, and a "revolutionary war (a.k.a. revolution)" or "war of independence" if the rebel side succeeds. For example, if the Confederate fighters had won the American Civil War, it would probably be called the "Confederate Revolution.". P.S. Many of these terms are confused by the media and others, so its generally safest to use "revolt" or "rebellion" in most circumstances and to call their participants "rebels."
Answer . A revolution means a change in the way a country is governed, usually to a different political system and often using violence or war.. When a revolt happens, th…ere is also violent action against authority, but the scope and consequences are smaller, more limited.. A revolt may take place somewhere for a particular reason usually to show disgust and as a way to protest about something and for a brief period of time. Revolutions are more radical and often shake the whole country.. Hope this helps!.
A revolution calls for the complete overthrow and replacement of a specific govt, political system, etc. While a rebellion is an outward protest to a specific restriction, req…uirement, or ideology placed by the govt or leaders on a people group; it does not call for complete abolition of the current system as a whole.
Revolving: An object that orbits around the sun (or other object of greater mass). Rotation: An object that rotates on it's axis - e.g Spins
war is fought against enemy from outside the country but revolution is for purging the . internal political & social elements with fresh ideas
A riot is violent public disorder. For example, the famine led to widespread bread riots .. A revolution means a real change in the political system, for example, the Frenc…h Revolution , the Russian Revolution . The word is also used figuratively in the sense of drastic change, as in the Industrial Revolution .
A war is just fighting, technically. A revolution changes everything, but it doesn't really have to be war.
That is a very good question. I'm not even sure there is any difference at all... [Start] Revolution and terrorism are not related at all. It's like people and computer…s. A person can use a computer, but they refer to very different things. A revolutionary can use terrorism to achieve his goals. But terrorism and revolution is in no way the same thing. Terrorism generally refers to the use of "terror." The goals can be freedom, liberty, and justice or for popularity and influence. It generally involves extreme violence such as mutilation, assassination, and so on to gain attention and force authorities to concede / come to the bargaining table. Ex. capturing and mutilating government officials on television. Generally makes other officials vary afraid for their lives and families and therefore very willing to appease the terrorists. Revolution however refers to the complete overthrow of a government by citizens. Generally invokes the ideas of social contract. A revolution can be bloodless as in The Glorious Revolution (UK) or it can be extremely gruesome with mass murders and prolonged warfare. Also, generally implies successful overthrow of the government. The winners write histroy. So when the gov wins, they get labeled as rebels / criminals. When the revolutionaries win, they call themselves revolutionaries. People generally have a beautiful view of revolutions as great moments where people strives to achieve magnificent goals such as liberty in face of extreme hardship. Revolutions tend to be the most gruesome and bloody types of violence. Sides are not clearly defined. Powerful individuals who don't chose a side or are unsure generally end up dead. Rarely do revolutions have amazing leaders as was the case in America where we had a whole set of similarly minded and very gifted individuals who followed their beliefs. Even when successful, most leaders who were excellent at gaining popular support and etc. turned out to be terrible governors afterwards which lead to long periods of instability and a general break down of law. -AshLikeSnow [End]
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Evolution is the change in allele frequency in a given populationover time. Revolution describes the motion of an object turning about itscenter.
A reformation is a violent overthrow of the government, and a reformation is where the government changes peacefully.
Revolve - To orbit a central point. Revolution - A single complete cycle of such orbital or axial motion.
Generally the terms are synonymous. However, insurrections are usually military uprisings with the military being the only participant. Whereas in a revolution the military… and civilians both participate.
Revolution is for changing the whole; movement is for changing a part.
they both have re in the beggining
In astronomical terms, we use the word "rotation" to refer to themotion of an object spinning; the Earth spins, and rotates aroundits axis in one day. Revolution refers to t…he movement of an object around anotherobject. The Earth revolves around the Sun, taking 365.24 days. In some cases, the time of revolution and the time of rotation isthe same; the Moon revolves around the Earth and rotates around itsown axis just fast enough to keep the same face turned toward theEarth. Because the way tidal mechanics works, it isn't all thatunusual for the revolution and rotation times to be equal.