When you call someone “unsubordinate” you’re basically saying that they don’t follow nor respect specific previous determined rules or people who are superior to them in some kind of system (like in the army). When you use this word you’re assuming that exists some kind of hierarchy.
Though when you use “disobedient” you’re saying that something or someone doesn’t follow orders, but you’re not assuming that exists necessarily some kind of hierarchy among people.
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