folla/popolo

Spanish translation: muchedumbre/multitud y pueblo

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Italian term or phrase:folla e popolo
Spanish translation:muchedumbre/multitud y pueblo
Entered by: Roberta Francetich

22:39 Oct 21, 2004
Italian to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
Social Sciences - Social Science, Sociology, Ethics, etc.
Italian term or phrase: folla/popolo
"Benché Le Bon usi la folla come concetto generico che include i tipi più svariati di gruppi sociali, opera tuttavia una netta distinzione tra la folla e il popolo."
"popolo" puede entenderse como "masa" en contraposición a la "multitud"?
Muchas gracias!
Alexandra
Local time: 04:08
muchedumbre/multitud y pueblo
Explanation:
bisognerebbe capire bene qual'è l'attitudine dell'autore...
comunque mi pare che muchedumbre/multitud possa riferirsi a folla: un insieme disomogeneo di persone, mentre popolo è il complesso dei cittadini di un Paese.
ciao Roberta
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Roberta Francetich
Local time: 04:08
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OK!Muchas gracias!!!
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muchedumbre/multitud y pueblo


Explanation:
bisognerebbe capire bene qual'è l'attitudine dell'autore...
comunque mi pare che muchedumbre/multitud possa riferirsi a folla: un insieme disomogeneo di persone, mentre popolo è il complesso dei cittadini di un Paese.
ciao Roberta

Roberta Francetich
Local time: 04:08
Native speaker of: Native in ItalianItalian
Grading comment
OK!Muchas gracias!!!

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  chiara marmugi: concordo, "folla" è una moltitudine anonima
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agree  lucrecia
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agree  Federica D'Alessio
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agree  Mariana Perussia
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agree  Almudena Leal
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agree  Egmont
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agree  Alan Murillo
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agree  Elizabeth Cross
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