Factors known to influence uptake of smoking, such as home environment, parental educational attainment, and degree of rebelliousness
were also assessed by the survey.
Television's sound, very unlike their peers, had bits of jazz and blues influence and yet it managed to retain the edgy rebelliousness
of punk - no mean feat that.
Starting in the late 1990s, authors like Kalle Lasn, Naomi Klein and Elizabeth Moore began to actively examine a rebelliousness
emerging in new types of civil, anti-corporate dissent that utilised the same promotional techniques that were used by the official persuasion industry, now made accessible by the democratisation of publishing and distribution technologies.
The judges said they really enjoyed the rebelliousness
of my piece."
Real is now sexy because it represents the rebelliousness
that was once associated with proactive work and which made the most obscure ad look like eye candy.
They represent strength, rebelliousness
and serious drawbacks.
Teenagers who are not yet off the derech but who display signs of rebelliousness
from Orthodox norms, such as changes in dress or associating with off the derech friends, are often referred to as "teens at risk".
Some might claim, though, that this free-thinking rebelliousness
has not served Merseyside well, as the region will very rarely have any real pull in the Whitehall and Westminster corridors of power.
He wants to be taken seriously as supporting a cause; yet by wearing a bandana he shows he has the rebelliousness
and resolve of youth.
Indeed, the brainchild of local music fixture Shawn Revoltah is a musical dervish, hopped up on punk rock, rockabilly and adrenaline - from the whiskey-soaked "Good and Drunk" to the ferocious "Scenesters" (which seems even more apt now than it did on the band's 2004 album, "Triskaidekaphenia") to the teen hormone-infused fury of "Sweet Sixteen," GroupAction has a streak of rebelliousness
and accessibility that make for a dangerous, delectable cocktail.
All my films are informed by rebelliousness
In one of the more persuasive chapters, Potter argues that the impulse toward rebelliousness
more often than not turns into a game of consumerism.