Danger of Obedience Analytical Essay

Danger of Obedience
A look at adolescent obedience and social influences on their behavior.
# 2435 | 855 words | 2 sources | 2001 | US
Published on Nov 08, 2001 in Psychology (Behaviorism) , Psychology (Child and Adolescent) , Sociology (General)

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An analysis of the dangers of obedience in younger generations. The author discusses the influences on obedience from adults and peers and the issues and controversial debates about adolescent obedience.

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"Everyone in the country of the United States of America faces authority and obedience everyday of their life. Adults come upon authority and obedience every day whether it be from a boss or being the boss with their children, teens and adolescents look to other teens and peers for their guidance and their sense of obedience. Adolescents find their authority and obedience in groups which can be healthy but can also be dangerous depending upon what groups they choose. Church groups, school clubs, and after-school clubs are considered by the public to be positive groups to join during adolescent. Gangs or groups who do drugs, have sex, and listen to hard-core music are considered by the public to be negative groups to join during adolescents."

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