Mrs. Nancy Bushey
EXAMPLES THEME # 2
When trying to accomplish anything in life being able to adapt to and comply with any given situation is certainly a skill to live by. Compliance is publicly acting in accord with social pressure, rules and regulations even if one may privately disagree with what they’re being told to do. This term best describes the behavior of a person who is motivated to gain reward or avoid punishment. On the level of compliance, many experimenters see little difference between animals and humans, because all organisms respond to rewards and punishments.
The army has a number of requirements with which it members must comply. Among these requirements are abiding by rules and regulations, agreeing to a background check, and completing 12 weeks of basic training. Also, the military requires that their members regularly attend meetings and engage in various types of military training but should a member opt not to comply with these rules and regulations, he or she would lose credibility within the group and risk expulsion. The notion of compliance is essential within military type operations and training. A soldier is not asked to agree with the orders in question but is simply asked to comply without question.
Inmates have rules and regulations that they must comply with on a day to day basis. A lot of prisons today are nonsmoking facilities. Most prisons have specific times when inmates are allowed to go in and out of their cells. The inmates may only be allotted a certain amount of time for recreational activities each day for example going outside to the “yard” or to the gym. During the movement of inmates some correctional facilities may demand that the prisoners walk in a single file line, with their hand and legs cuffed and sometimes they’ll even cuff the inmates to one another (this is especially the case when transporting the inmates to and from