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Rebel It is an adjective that comes from the Latin word rebellis and which refers to who rebels . This verb, meanwhile, indicates the action of revolt or oppose resistance .

Some examples where the term appears are: “A rebel group rose in arms against the town authorities”, "The rebel military was shot down after two hours of intense shooting", "Bart Simpson is a rebellious boy who, in the popular animated series, generates many dislikes at his school principal".

The rebellion is a lack of due obedience or to the mandate of the authority . An employee who ignores the orders of his boss, a policeman who ignores his superiors, a student who violates the rules imposed by his teacher and a footballer who decides not to obey his coach are examples of rebellious people.

The way in which a rebel person manifests is known as rebellion or rebellion, which may also be associated with other notions such as revolt , sedition , riot or lifting .

In the field of right , rebel is who breach an order from a judge or does not appear in court after a fit call : “Juan Echagaray was declared in absentia by the court since he did not appear to testify”, "The rebel witness said he will not attend the room because he fears for his life".

"Rebel" Finally, it is the title of a Mexican soap opera that adapted the Argentine television series "Rebel way" . Both programs led to the creation of pop-style musical groups, composed of the actors.

Types of rebellious people

There are two types of rebellious people , those that are in a stage of life where rebellion is the protagonist (adolescence ) and those people who they have a rebel spirit which leads them to demonstrate against all structures.

* The first, are contrary to everything what they do not choose of their own free will because they need to prove that they are already self-sufficient, but their rebellion disappears when they really become adults.

* The second, show a restless spirit that accompanies them throughout their lives; they tend to become artists capable of imposing new forms of expressiveness. These types of people tend to have many followers but also many enemies, who reject them only for demonstrating against the ideas they consider supreme.

During adolescence, we usually become rebellious because we begin to discover our adult characteristics and wish to be respected. Our way of imposing ourselves and of get acceptance in society is to rebel before our superiors (parents, teachers, elders). However, with the passing of the years that rebel spirit tends to subside, when the maturity of the individual arrives.

In the case of people who are rebellious by nature, it should be mentioned that they are usually individuals of great self-confidence and that they are nonconformists: they always want to go beyond their own limits and those imposed by society. In this group we could mention many artists who thanks to this rebellion were able to create styles and impose new trends in the discipline in which they were exploring, as is the case of Frida Kahlo. Many rebel spirits are creative and therefore essential for the evolution of art along the history.

A rebellious spirit, in addition, as it does not support everything that it wishes to impose, rejects traditional values looking for its own way against those norms that are considered fundamental. You can refuse, for example, academic studies to educate yourself and try to achieve the goal you want for a non-traditional path.

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