Obedience is considered to be one of the basic elements that comprise structure of social life. Obedience refers to the aspect of conforming or not conforming to the laid down rules by the authority. In every society which has more than one member, there is a system of authority in place that defines how individuals relate to one another and how they carry out their daily activities. Any individual member of the society has an obligation, either by defiance or by submission, to set out rules that govern the society. Obedience is perceived as a deeply engrained behavior or tendency to respond to moral conduct of social ethics. Although obedience is considered a force that emanate from our morals, it is however influenced by external forces including authority and people we tend to associate with.