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Essay heading: 12 Angry Men
 
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?°Well at least we know where we stand,?± states one juror. Another says, ?°Seems to me it??s up to us to convince this guy that we??re right.?± It is here that ideas are given about how to accomplish just that. Ideas are given such as allowing Juror 8 to explain just what he??s thinking so they can tell him how he??s ?°mixed up...
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As the actual discussion takes place, the jurors share information in a roundtable group format. Although Juror 1 serves as the group moderator formally, Juror 8 arises as an emergent leader. He is influential over the other jurors without a formal position and is eventually seen as a role model. As he shares asking probing questions about the so called facts of the case his search for truth becomes contagious...
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12 angry men
They introduce themselves to each other (Juror #9 is "McCardle", Juror #8 is "Davis" - the only 'named' jurors in the entire movie), say goodbye, and go their separate ways...
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And no matter where you run into it, prejudice obscures the truth
My God, don’t you see? How come I’m the only one who sees? Jeez, I can feel that knife going in.” this proves that juror 3 thinks he knows every kid in the whole world and knows that they are disrespectful and unthankful...
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12 Angry Men
I also believe that there are only a few people in this world that have acquired this special quality. You have to be a great person to not give in into the pressure of numbers and firmly stand in what you believe in...
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His reason is quickly found on page 22 when he states, “I got three garages of mine going to pot while your talking. Let’s get done and get outa here.” On page 34 he impatiently asks, “What’s the idea of wasting everybody’s time here?” Clearly he just wants to get back to his garages; he selfishly feels that his own problems are worth more effort than the life of a boy...
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Juror
His reason is quickly found on page 22 when he states, "I got three garages of mine going to pot while your talking. Let's get done and get outa here." On page 34 he impatiently asks, "What's the idea of wasting everybody's time here?" Clearly he just wants to get back to his garages; he selfishly feels that his own problems are worth more effort than the life of a boy...
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Twelve Angry Men
Also to break #8's spirit he used name calling, another kind of peer pressure. I believe this is a very good example: "The boy is guilty pal, like the nose on your face...
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12 Angry Men
?°Well at least we know where we stand,?± states one juror. Another says, ?°Seems to me it??s up to us to convince this guy that we??re right.?± It is here that ideas are given about how to accomplish just that...
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