Conformity And Consequences Of Obedience

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Obedience is compliance with an order, request, or law or submission to another authority. It is behavior that is mindful and respectful of rules and laws. Conformity is a change in behavior or beliefs as a result of real or imagined group pressure. We naturally conform to the “norm of society”. Obedience and Conformity are two of the most common types of human behavior. We normally obey our parent’s, authority figures, and rules/laws. The motivation to obey comes from either wanting to be rewarded or trying to avoid any conflicts/consequences that may come with being disobedient. We obey in so many ways and for multiple reasons, often times we follow orders from authority figures without question. One situation in which we obey is when we’re