Examples of Obedience to Authority?

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Obedience to authority means to listen and do as a person is told when an authority figure tells them to do something. People have done harmful things because they follow orders given by authority figures. Authorities are usually fair and are role models but sometimes authority can act unfairly. Studies have been done on obedience to authority and one notable study was done by Stanley Milgram at Yale University. Examples of obedience to authority include students obeying a teacher, parent, or police officer. Other authority figures would include managers, supervisors, doctors, and a boss.
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