Obedience is okay, but the risk of punishment is too.
Live up to a value system-family, community with trust, empathy, etc.
Scene 1: During the party, everyone heard a scream and everyone rushed to go see it. Bryon tells Cathy that they shouldn't mind about it.
Concern is with society as a whole.
Scene 2: Charlie warned them about hustling because it was going to lead them to serious problems. Charlie saved Bryon and Mark from being harmed by the two Texans.
People compare human rights to the law.
Scene 3: Bryon loves and cares about both Mark and Cathy. He doesn't show it but he tries his best to let them both know that he has empathy for both.
Difference in characters development.
Scene 4: Bryon talks about how he is very concern about the people he cares and loves about like Mark, M&M, Charlie, and Mark.
Scene 5: Mark had taken the principal's car to go to see his probation officer. Mark didn't have a bus to take him so he took his car and thought that that would be a good idea.
Scene 6: Bryon went to school and studied and got straight A's the semester. Mark ended up in state prison for causing trouble. Cathy had a new boyfriend who was Ponyboy Curtis. M&M had not lost his mind and was doing okay.