Rebellion, uprising or insurrection, is a refusal of obedience or order. It may, therefore, be seen as encompassing a range of behaviors aimed at destroying or replacing anestablished authority such as a government or a head of state. On the one hand the forms of behaviour can include non-violent methods such as the (overlapping but not quite identical) phenomena ofcivil disobedience, civil resistance and nonviolent resistance
2. What is considered a rebellious attitude?
Rebellious attitude : always wanting to go "against the grain" and be different fromeveryone else, wanting NOT to do what is expected
rock musicians are often thought of as rebellious
Rebellious also refers to citizens. The revolutionary war was a result of the colonists rebellingagainst King George's taxation without representation.
3.What are the consequences of a rebellious attitude (positive, if so, and negative)?
Low notes, bullying, problems with family andfriends
4. What is the difference between rebellious and inquisitive?
Inquisitive is to make you notice by rebel ways, and rebellious is the wrong attitude; don’t care if you want to be notice.5. Define discipline.
Training to act in accordance with rules
6. What is a disciplined attitude?
Behavior in accord with rules of conduct; behavior and order maintained by training andcontrol
7. What are the consequences of a disciplines attitude (positive and negative, if so)?
Form habits, have a good relationship with people
8. What are manners?
Courtesy, politeness orhaving good manners are all about respecting others and yourself.
9. What is the perception of a person that has good manners in our society?
That it makes you a better person in all aspects10. What are some actions to be taken in order to improve a person’s attitude and behavior?
Making him go out of his mind
11. What are the actions you’ll take in order to improve you attitude...