Other hostile environments in different areas instill obedience to a degree of loyalty, trust and brotherhood. In war torn areas children are recruited from young to join rebel militia. They pillage through villages stealing people’s children, killing children who seize to obey. Obedience is pounded into their mind from young, and if that trait does not sustain, eventually the child will be killed.
Even as adults in a modern society obedience to authority prospers. When you disobey the law, you go to jail, loose connections with the world, and are unable to procreate with the opposite sex. Adults, who don’t obey the “rules” loose their job, loose their house and suffer fines and penalties, which are unpleasant.
If the government becomes lenient with there laws will that create more disobedient children?
Does being disobedient or rebellious make you more attractable?
Dahlman, Christian. "The Difference between Obedience Assumed and Obedience Accepted." Ratio Juris22.2 (2009): 187-196. Advanced Placement Source. EBSCO. Web. 12 Nov. 2010.
Passini, Stefano, and Davide Morselli. "The obedience–disobedience dynamic and the role of responsibility." Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 20.1 (2010): 1-14. Advanced Placement Source. EBSCO. Web. 12 Nov. 2010.
Walcott, Damon Muir, Pat Cerundolo, and James C. Beck. "Current analysis of the Tarasoff duty: an evolution towards the limitation of the duty to protect." Behavioral Sciences & the Law 19.3 (2001): 325-343. Advanced Placement Source. EBSCO. Web. 12 Nov. 2010.