Full-film Facilitation Suggestion: When opting for the full-film method, the facilitator should determine a good breaking point near the middle of the film. Those can be the dullest. These are just a few characteristics of group dynamics at work that is seen throughout the film. He holds it in front of his face and flicks open the blade, then he leans forward and sticks the knife into the table alongside the other. Showed first 250 characters It becomes evident when the Juror 9 says to Juror 10. His utilization of the above concepts began to create an environment in which others felt comfortable in participating in the constructive dialogue.
This is a clear case of Virtue ethics. The Socratic Method — Leveraging Questions to Increase Performance. Being aware of this is the first step to better understanding. Max: 1000 words or 5 slides Task B The Board of Directors of a medium-sized company of. The Foreman of the jury had a responsibility to lead the group; he gives up.
It is assumed that the jurors will judge fairly and without any personal bias. It is safe to say that our actions, beliefs, and choices separate us from animals and non-livings. After being written in 1955, it was re-created at least a further three times at different stages in history with extremely minor differences. Juror number ten and to a lesser extent, juror number four have really displayed typical stereotyping perception errors. On the 12 Angry Men depicts the New York murder trial. The remaining jurors are intrigued when Juror 11 proves that although the psychiatric test presented in the case stated that the boy had subconscious desires to kill, tests of such do not prove anything other than what could possibly happen. That's a very sad thing, to be nothing.
A task for applied social psychologist would be to help facilitate more objectivity in jurors. The jurors are placed in extreme circumstances in which heat and angst drive. The judge states, if there is a reasonable doubt you must bring me a verdict of not guilty and further says that it must be unanimous and the penalty is death. As Fonda continued to be sincere and respectful, other jurors began to take that stance as well. First, 12 Angry Men and the role of Fonda demonstrate the importance of hearing from other team members despite the your personal level of disagreement. One Against Many The action of the play begins as 8th Juror votes 'not guilty' against 11 votes of 'guilty,' from the other jurors. Trust Juror 8 discusses the need to uphold the U.
Suppose you talk us all outa this and the kid really did knife his father? Vision can When working with and leading teams, communication is the key to being successful. The opposing views of the jurors were utilized in order to understand differing perspectives. Most of the Jurors had taken for granted that what the prosecution had told them was the truth. The five tactics that I believe were most used in this film were; reason or rational persuasion, coalition building, ingratiation, inspiration and pressure. It calls into immediate question whether the American justice system is fair across classes. Boy, Grand jury, Jury 849 Words 3 Pages and fight for what he believes in even if it is against the majority. However, we cannot help but acknowledge the fact that it might be complete garbage.
For most of this movie, Juror 4 reaches the same conclusion as guys like Juror 3 and Juror 10. This man is juror number 8 played by Henry Fonda. When they retire to make their decision, all the other jurors are unanimous in their belief that the defendant is guilty. Due to the requirements of a unanimous jury, the decision of Fonda forces the other jurors to come together toward a solution. Some members formed reasoning based on isolated facts, which turned out to be untrue or stereotypes.
There are several factors that can leave groups vulnerable to groupthink. In an epilogue, the friendly Jurors 8 Davis and 9 McCardle exchange names all jurors having remained nameless throughout the movie and part ways as Juror 3 walks slowly alone. The vote has to be unanimous either guilty or not guilty for the case to end. The extraordinary element is that their finding will determine his life or death. Each of them come from different situations with individual and unique experiences. Goes with the Targeted Learning Corporation reference below. Gradually they are won over by his arguments and even the most narrow minded of his fellow jurors hesitantly agrees with him.
Have faith in the judicial system. No one can always be 100% correct, 100% of the time. Other members just followed what the others said. Additionally, this film was listed on the university syllabus as one of three films to see in regard to this course, Management 610 —. I mean what the heck? In purpose, it's a crash course in those passages of the Constitution that promise defendants a fair trial and the presumption of innocence. You are faced with a grave responsibility.
The character with the largest hidden window is the boy on trial. Juror number five displayed aspects of Social Identity theory as he displayed a sense of kinship to the boy, coming from the slums himself. The jury, which consisted of twelve individuals, is considered by many to be the ideal jury size for effective decision making. Within this heterogynous group are a dozen different personalities - some of which were leaders and most of which were not. Credit subordinates for good performance. The need to fit in creates conflict within the legal system since people will behave out of appeasement rather than moral and legal ethics.