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"How do you learn lessons in here? Why, there's hardly room for you, and no space whatsoever for almost any lesson-books!" (Carroll, 1993 p21). Piaget (1896--1980) came up with a concept called cognitive development, which occurs in four phases in every child's emotional development. The first two phases are from birth until the child reaches his or her seventh year old where they will get conscious of its surroundings by visual, sound and touching. During the third stage and fourth period, the concrete and formal operations, the kid will normally ask questions to understand the complexions of matters surrounding the kid and to satisfy their curiosity and researching mind. Kids at these stages normally step out of the comfort zones and try new items. They create various perspectives. (Patient Teaching, Loose Leaf Library Springhouse Corporation, 1990) Here is where they are very likely to exhibit disobedience towards their parents or caregivers, usually people which are closest to them. Many authors and movie directors have long used kids characters and celebrities to portray these inevitable childhood developmental stages of psychological maturity, one of which will be the disobedience stage. On occasion the kid's behaviour in the story is obviously disobedient but occasionally you'll need to examine the novel or movie to identify factors of disobedience. I think that kids normally disobey the 'words of wisdom' or lectures that they've heard again and again in their parents or teachers. While kids know that these words are for security, with the high curiosity level during the third and fourth stages, they would often try to do anything different to find out what could happen. When children do that, that is perceived as disobeying. A varie...