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Thepersonalityofthisjurorisverysimplywhichishelooksagreeableandconscientious.Heactsasaleaderor
foremanwherewecanseeatthefirst,hewantstostartthediscussionanotherfiveminutesmore.Besidesthat,heis
abletohandleeverythingintheroom.Anexample,helistenedallopinionsfromjurorscarefully.Itismakehehasother
personalityisagreeable.Heislistenedandthenhetriedgavehisownopinionwithoutanyarguments.
Thevaluethatwecanseeinthe1stjurywascollectivism.Itcanbeprovedwhenheaskedeveryjurortoinvolvethe
discussionanddonotbealonewithoutsayanything.Attitudeandemotionthatwecanseeonheiscoolwhichisheis
verystableemotionduringthediscussion.Hedidn'tangryortooemotionifheisdisagreesomethingwiththem.Hetold
slowlyandmakesallunderstandaboutthesituationuntiltheendofthediscussion.Forexample,whenfirstvotedhad
onlyonejuryvotedfornotguilty,evenhevotedforguiltybuthejustkeepitaschallengeandsolveitwell.Healso
controlsthesituationwell.Butheistooemotionwherehedonotwanttobeforemanandheasked10thjurortoreplace
hisplace.
Personality,attitudeandvaluesofsomeonecaninfluencethedecisionmaking.Howallthesecanaffected,wecansee
inthissituationwhen1stjurorcontrolsallthesituationsperfectlyevensometimesitisnot.Hetriedtobefairandhis
attitudemakesattheendofthedecisionmakingbecameeasilyandconsistency.Stableemotionmakeshedecided
slowlyandnottoofollowangrymood.Heistriedbethebestattitudeduringthediscussionandiiconsideredassuccess
becausehecancontrols11angrymenatonetime.
Barriersalsocanaffecteddecisionmakingwhenemotions,attitudeandpersonalitycan'tcontrolledconsistent.An
examplewhen1stjurorbemadto10thjurorandsituationautomaticallythewholeroombecamedisturbance.Itisnot
goodattitudesforforemeninorganizedallthejurors.Itcanberoletobeforemenorhandlesomethingbig.
Juror#2:OssieDavis
Thisjurorismoresilentandeasilypersuadedbytheopinionofothers.Wecanseewhenmajorityofjurorsraisetheir
handforguilty,healsovotedforguiltybecauseofmajority.Butwhen1stjuryaskedhimtoexplainwhyhethoughtlike
that,hedidn'tknowhowtoexplainit.Hejustsaidthat.'itistheweaknessoftheman'.Hehadnoexplanationtodefend
hisstatementperfectly.
Fromthebeginninguntiltheendingofthediscussion,thejuror#2didn'tgivetoomanyopinionsandjustheard
everythingfromtheothers.Wecansaythattheemotionofthisjuryispassiveandsometimeshelooksblurwheredo
notknowwhatactuallytheyaretalkingabout.Anexample,when7thjurorhadaknife,situationbecamedisturbance
andhelooksnotreallyinterested.Oneofthereasonswhythisjurorbecamepassiveisbecauseofheneverbeajuror
everhislife.So,thisisthefirsttimeexperienceanditismakeshefeltfearalsohemoreliketolisteneverything
comparetotalkactive.
Allthesefactorscanaffecteddecisionmakingbecauseitrelatedwithourthinking.Whenwearethinking,automatically
itwillbeaffectedouractionthatgoestoourattitudeandmoods.Therefore,whenthejurorbecamepassive,hedecision
makingwouldbefollowedbyothers.Thedecisionmakingisbasedonmajorityofvoted.Sohavenoqualityonmaking
decision.Itcanbeprovedwhenthefirstvoted,helooksdidn'tknoweverythingbuthejustvotedbasedonmajority.we
alsocanseethathecan'texplainproperlywhyhevotedthat,itsprovedheisnotsurewhathedid.So,personality,
attitudeandemotionarethemostimportanttomakedecision.
Thisjurorhasmorebarrierscompareto1stjuror.Thisisbecausethehehasmorebadthingscomparedthepositive
things.Thedecisionalsonottoughenoughbecauseofthecaseisaboutmurderandnottalkingaboutthesimplecase.
Therefore,thisjurorcan'tmakehisowndecisionandthisiscanbebigmistakewhenhejustvotedforthewrongone.
Juror#3:GeorgeC.Scott
Emotionsandmoodarealsodisplayedclearlyvisibleandimportanttothefilm.Eachjurorisinasomewhatbadmood
duetotheheatandlackofairconditioningintheroom.Thisaddstotheconflicts.Atvariousmomentsinthefilm,the
jurorseemstoemotetheirfeelingswhensomeonesayssomethingtheydonotagreewith.

GeorgeC.Scotthasabademotionandhealsoinhighnegativeeffectofemotionalstage.Hisangerwefindthefacthis
son,whohefeelsisacoward.Healsomournedthedistancethathasgrownbetweenhimandhisson.Scottbelieves
thathissonshouldrespecthimthesamewayhehonorshisfather,andraisedwithanironfirst.Heneverquestioned
thatmaybesoshouldseetherelationshipwithhissonfromanotherpointofview.
Inmanyways,heistheantagonisttotheconstantlycalmJuror#8.Juror#3isimmediatelyvocalaboutthesupposed
simplicityofthecase,andtheobviousguiltofthedefendant.Heisquicktolosehistemper,andofteninfuriatedwhen
Juror#8andothermembersdisagreewithhisopinions.Hebelievesthatthedefendantisabsolutelyguilty,untilthevery
endoftheplay.DuringActThree,Juror#3'semotionalbaggageisrevealed.Hispoorrelationshipwithhisownsonmay
havebiasedhisviews.
GeorgeC.Scottisveryemotionalandthatemotionaffectedhisdecisionmaking.Thepainfulmemoryofhisown
inspireshisdecisionandasaresulthevotedforguilty.Hisangergrowsastheplayprogressesandseveraltimeshe
makesreferencetohisownson.PerhapsitisforthisveryreasonthatScottissodeterminedtovotenotguiltyno
matterhowconvincingfactswere.Heremainedstubborntotheveryenduntil8thjuryremindedhimthatthedefendant
wasnothisson.Bythepastexperiencepreventedhimfrommakinglogicaldecision.
OtherbarrierthatwillaffectthedecisionmakingprocessbyScottcharacterisselfish,overconfidentandthinkthatheis
alwaysattherightway.Becauseofhisattitude,othercannotcommunicatesmoothlywithhim.
Juror#4:ArminMuellerStahl
Astockbrokerheisveryeloquentandlooksatthecasemorecoherentlythantheotherjurorsthroughfactsandnot
bias.Itseemsthatthisroleisacharacterthatattentiongetter.Heissteadfastinthebeliefthatbasedonthefactthat
thedefendantis"guilty",buthedidnottrytopersuadeotherstochangetheirmindsforcibly.Incontrast,whengiventhe
opportunityhehasexpressedhisopinionMuellerStahl'scharacterwillrepeatinformationalreadyknownintellectually.
Hewilltakealittlelongertoquotefactsrighttimeandstatisticstoshowthatheisanexpert.
Theabilitytoremainindependentprovestobethemostimportantcharactertrait4thjury.Throughoutthefilm
charactersMuellerStahlisabletothinkindependently,andneverletpersonalbiasorpeerpressureaffecthisdecision
making.Whenthe4thjuryfinallychangedhisvotenotguilty,thisinitselfisenoughtoputthemindateaseaboutthe
otherpersontheirownindecisiveness.Heisoneofthefewcharactersinthestorythatdoesnottakesides,make
alliances,orlookforapprovalrightoffthebat.Itisclearthathewastheretoseekthetruth,andeverybodywilllisten
twicetomakesurehehasdonejustthat.However,tothinkindependentlyandwithoutprejudiceisnottheonlyasset
MuellerStahl.
Heisabusinessmanwhoisrationalandreasonable,whichallowshimtolookthecasewithanopenmind.Unlike3th
jury,GeorgeC.Scott,MuellerStahlisabletocommunicatetheideasandthinkinghewassuchaprofessionalanddo
soinanorganizedfashion.Heanalyzedeverypieceofevidencecarefullyanduseslogictoguidehisvote.Itis
importanttonotethathewasthesecondlastjurytochangetheirvotetonotguilty.Hetriedhisbesttomakeagood
decisionmakingandfinallyhechoosetovotenotguiltyfordefendant.
Thebarrierthatwillaffectthe5thjurydecisionmakingprocessistheenvironmentatthejuryroomandhehastodeal
withtheotherjury'sattitudebeforemakeagooddecision.Itisnoteasytosettlethecasebecauseeveryonehasa
differentviewanddifferentpersonality.
Juror#5:DorianHorewood
Healthcareworker(possiblyanEMT)heisfromtheHarlemslumsheconnectswiththemanattrialandisdisgusted
atthebigotryofJurorTen.InitiatingHorewood'scharacterwasafollowerofthegroup.Hevoted"guilty"duringthefirst
vote,andthenshowedreluctancetodiscussthecase.Hecontributedtogroupbydemonstratinghowtousetheknife
duringafight,andspokeuptoMykeltiWilliamsonandGeorgeC.Scottcharacters.
Thisvitalinformationjurorgaveconcerningtheuseofaknifewhichhelpedthejurorstobetterunderstandtheconcept
ofhowthefatalwoundwasinflicted.Horewood'scharacterusedhisownexperiencesasaguidetofindaconnection
withthetopicathandforthejurors.Heseemedtocomparethecasetohisownlifeexperiences,givingeveryonea
differentpointofview.

DorianHorewoodexperiencemakeshimdoubtfulslumboy'sguiltiness.Hisupbringingintheslumsassistedhimin
thinkingtheotherjurorsoftheinnocentdefendant.Itisforthisreasonthathewasabletoexplainhowtotella
switchbladeknife.Perhapswiththeknowledgehehadaccumulatedbylivinginaslumgivestheupperhandthroughout
muchjurybecausehecanrelatetoit.Naturallybackgroundjuryfiveassistshiminmakingawisedecision.
Experiencewillmakegooddecisionmaking.But,notalloftheexperiencecanapplyinthedependantcase.Thatisthe
barrierwashappeningtothischaracter.Hehastofindotherinformationandtakeothersviewasadvantagetomakea
rightdecision.
Juror#6:JamesGandolfini
Ahousepainter,arespectfulpersonwhosometimesdisplaywellprofessionalismandpatientact.
PersonalityHeisshowingastableemotionalstabilitywhichsometimeshecancontrolhisemotionindealingwith
numerousandvariousbehaviorinsidethejuryroom.Atthebeginningofthestoryheamongthelessercontributor(less
participate)tothegroupdecisionmakingprocess.Hegivesaquitgoodargumentbylookingat"motiveperception"but
thisfacthasbeenarguedasweakmotive.
Atfirsthevotedguilty.Butwhenaskedforclarification,hesimplyansweredhisevaluationisbasedonthemotivethat
heholdssincethebeginningofthediscussion.Hemadethedecisionbasedonhisfeelingandintuition.WhatIfoundis
heismakingconfirmationbias,whereeverydecisionshouldbeconsideredtoallrelevantanddependablefactorsand
notconfirmedfactorperse,whichexactlycamefromtestimonies.
Heshowedinconsistencyinmakingdecisionwherefinallytowardstheendofthemovieheswitchedhisverdicttonot
guilty.Ithappenedafterhelisteneduptosomeusefulandacceptablefactsraisedbyallrelatedjurors.Theuncertainty
avoidanceissohighwhereenvironmentalfactorssuchaspeerpressurereallyinfluenceinhisdecisionmaking.
Juror#7:TonyDanza
Asalesman.Helessconcernedandlesscommittedinthispremeditatedhomicidecase.Hisparticipationismerelyto
sayhisstandsandhowhispersonaljudgmentstowardthedeliberationprocess.Heismostlyconcernedofhisbaseball
ticketsandsometimesignoreswhatishappening.Insteadofyellingnonsenseandunreliablefactsjusttoexpresshis
stands,heisfrequentlyarguedtoanyonethattriestogivepointofview.Healwaysrisingupirrelevantandnon
concreteargumentsandsometimeshisemotionsofangeranddisgust,influencehisdecisionmaking.Hispersonalities
displayhisactualbehavior,thusinfluenceshisdecisionmaking.Forinstance,heisimpatient,hottempered,some
extendofirrationality,rudeespeciallytothosejurorsolderthanhim.
Next,hefrequentlyusedshortcutsinjudgingthecase.Forinstance,fromhaloeffect,hedidmentionthekidhadbad
historysincethekidwassmallandthekidhadcommittedsomeseriouscasesbeforemurderedcase.Itisindeedpart
oferrorinmakingdecisionwherehesupposestoconsiderotherfactoraswell.Hismentalabilitymeansthewayheis
solvinganyissuearisesnotshowingajuryethicalandprofessionalismatall.Forinstance,hecannotacceptsany
opinionsplushesimplyleavedthechairwhilejuror9givinganarguments.Ithadshownhowselfishnesshewas.
Throughtheendofthemovie,afteraconcreteandacceptableargumentsdeliveredby'nonguilty'juror,heisfinally
changinghisverdicttowardstonotguilty.
Now,hisassumptiondependsonhisinstitutionwhereIbelieveit'sduetoalessernumberof'nonguilty'voters.In
addition,itshowsinconsistency(dissonance)andoverconfidencebiasaspartofhisverdict.Theseattributeshas
contributedtoaveryfundamentaldecisionmakingofhim.

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Juror#8:JackLemmon
Anarchitect:Heisindeedthemainprotagonistofthefilm.Attheveryfirstminuteandstageofthemovie,heistheonly
jurorwhovotednotguilty.Healwaysequippedhimselfwithstrongviews(whendealingwithdifferentarguments)and
holdshisconcretephilosophyofbeingpositiveandprotagonist.Heshowedhisseriousnesstodeliberatethoughtfully
andhonestly.Forinstancewhenhesays"Ijustdon'tfinditeasytoraisehandandsendaboytoprisonforlife".Heis
alwaysbeingattackedwith"dangerousbullets"fromthosejurorswhovoteddifferently,buthasshownanethicaland

acceptablefeedback.Hisemotionalintelligencehassuccessfullyclosedthebarrierofdifferentiation.Such
determination(nonguiltydecision)hasbroughttoanissueofredeliberationofthecase.
Atthemiddleofthefilm,hischaracterisreadytoacquiesceandwillonlyswitchhisverdict,ifotherjurorsbelieveguilty
wouldbethebestdecisiontobeimposed.Thepresenceofjuror9justmakethemoviebecamemoreinterestingwhere
hesuddenlychangehismindtovotenotguilty.Thisshowthepowerofinfluencecontributestochangeinperception
andbehaviorofindividual.Hefoundreasonabledoubtaboutthecaseandithasastonishedjurorno8whoobviously
thankfulwiththedecision.Then,Itkeepsthedebatealivetilltheend.
Hehasproactivepersonalitywherehealwaysidentifiesopportunities,showinitiatives,takeactionandpreserveuntil
meaningfulchangeoccursuntilmeaningfulchangeoccurs,comparedtomostjurorswhopassivelyreacttosituations.
Forinstance,hetriestodemonstratetheactualaction(probablythetimeofmurdered)inajuryroom.Eventhoughit
lookscynical,butitgivesabiggestwakeupcalleverinhistoryorcasedeliberationprocess.Otherthanthat,he
succeededtoraisereasonabledoubttothecasesandmanagetoanswerthosejurors'argumentsaccordinglytothe
principaloflawandrationalthinkingbasedjudgment.Hehasgoodemotionalstability,whereeventhoughhehasbeen
accusedtodeliversanctimonioustalk,notbehavinglikereasonableman,lovestomakeupwildstories.Hebelieves,
heneedstobemorepersuasive,rationaldecisionmakingtoensurethatrightdecisionistobeexecuted.
Jury's#9:HumeCronyn
McArdlewasactedbyHumeCronynistherealnameforhischaracter.Heisawiseoldmanwhofirstlydecidesthat
thekidwasguilty.Butlateronwhenheheardsomelogicalthinkingexplanationfromjury'snumber8,hissidesturninto
notguilty.Lastlyhebecomingfriendswithjury'snumber8,thathethinkmightbeagoodandwiseguy.Inthismovie,
thepersonalitythatwecanseeinJury'snumber9ishesuchanopennessguy,hehavekindnesspersonalityasa
grandfatherwhoistheolderinthejury'smeetinghealsocurioustoknowmoreaboutthecase.Forexamplewecan
seewhenhesuddenlychangeismindintonotguiltyashewanttoknow.
Healsohasanagreeablenesspersonalitywhichhestatehissympathizetotheoldmanwhoattendasawitnessfor
thatcase.Wealsocansaythatheisconscientiousnessashealwayspaysattentiontoallthedetail.Hesawhowthe
dressupofthatoldmanandhesawthemarksofspectaclesinthewomaneyes.Thevalueforjury'snumber9thatit
showsisthehonestyingivingopinionandprofessionalismasbeinga12jury's.Asapersonalityandvaluethatisshow,
thejury'snumber9attitudesandbehaviorismostlybasedonhispersonality.Healwaysbeaprofessional,bytalking
andbehaveinmanner.Hetriedtoexplainingoodmannerwithouthurtingeveryonewithasoftvoice.
Jury'snumber9alsoshowhisemotionwhichisangerbyraisinghisvoicewhenoneofthejury'signoreandleavethe
meetingbecausehefedupwithhisopinion.Wecansaymostofthetimehehadalownegativeeffectmoodwhichis
calm,relaxedinthismeeting.Allthepersonality,values,attitudes,emotionsandmood,whichisshowbythisjury's,is
thatitdoesnotgivethebadimpactindecisionmaking.Butitmightsmooththeprocessofdecisionmaking.Becauseall
thepersonality,values,attitude,emotions
andmoodthatbeingmentionispositive.Thejury'shelptosolvingtheproblem,hegivestheideaandhealsogivesall
theexplanationforeverysituationindetail.Otherbarriersthatmightbeaffectedindecisionmakingis,feartobefailure.
Everypersonhavefear,becausesometimepeoplestarttorejectingagoodideajustbecauseitshowsthattheresult
mightbe100%failure,althoughitsonlycomefromtheirthought,butbecauseoffeartotakingtherisk,theytendto
avoidtheideathatmightbringintosuccessful.Mostofthereasonthattheytrytorejectriskisbecausetheycannot
handlewhensomeone'stellingthem"Itoldyouso,don'tdothis,don'tdothat."
Jury's#10:MykeltiWilliamson
Ultimatelyshunnedbytheothers,becauseofhisloudmouth,narrowmindedbigot,extremelyrudeandofteninterrupt
people.Someonewhofeelsthattherewillbenogoodoutcome,thisisatypeofmanheis.Lastlyhewasorderedby
jury's4to"sitdown"andto"notopenhisloudmouthagain."Heisjury'snumber10theownerofcarwashshopactedby
MykeltiWilliamson.
Mostofthepersonalitywithinjury's10isreversed,firsthescorelowonopennesstoexperience.Hedonothaveagood
inimagination,thathecannotimagineandcannotunderstandeasilywhattheothersthink,hetendtothinkthatheis
theonlyonewhoareright,hecannotexcepthismistakeandtendtostickwithhisanswers.

Otherthanthat,healsoscorelowinagreeablenesswhenalwaysinsultingothersanddisrespecttheelders.Hetendsto
showthathenotinterestedwithotherspeopleproblemandalsowithafilthymouthhetalkrecklesslyabouteverything.
Forexamplehesaysthatkidshouldbedestroyingbecausetheyalwaysgivetroubletootherpeopleandthatiswhyhe
stickstosayguilty.
Healsoaneurotics'typethatirritatedpersonandalwaysgetstressedeasily,wecanseeeverytimeeveryonechanges
theirvote.Invalueperspective,jury'snumber10isunprofessionalismhedoesnotknowhowtocontrolhisemotion.
Mostoftheattitudesthatheshowsisnegative,hehavearudeattitude,whichdoesnothavemannerwhentalkingto
someoneandalsodisrespecttosomeoneolderthanhim.Incaseofemotion,itisobviousthathesuchananger
person.Healwaysraisinghisvoiceandscoldeveryonewhenhisopinionisrejected.Healwayshasatensemoodthat
cangivehighnegativeaffectintotheatmosphere.
Intermofthisinfluenceddecisionmaking,yesitreallyinfluencesthedecisionmaking.Thiswillcauseunsmoothinthe
decisionmakingprocess.Becauseit'shardtofindthesolutionwhenapersoncannotlistenandacceptothersopinion
andalwaysthinkthathetheonlyonewhoisright.Itmightalsoleadtoafightorunspokenwitheachotherbecauseof
thisbehavior.Forexampleinthismovie,wecanseeeveryonehatejury's10becauseofhisbadinallthevalues,
personality,attitudesandmood.
Badidea,thisisalsooneofthefactorsthatcreatethebarriersintodecisionmaking.Wecanseethatsomeofthe
peoplecannotgenerateagoodideaatthecertaintimetheymightgettheirideawhentheyarewatchingtelevision,or
listeningtothemusic.Thatiswhythereisalwaysbadideaineverydecisionmaking,becausetheirmindisnotthere.
Theynotevenhelpingwhentheytrytoproducetheideathatweknowitarenotrational,butbecausetheywanttolook
ideaprovider,theytendtokeepproducingbadidea,whenthereistoomanyanswerinthedecisionmaking,itishard
forleaderstomakethedecision.
Jury's#11:EdwardJamesOlmos
Jury'snumber11actedbyEdwardJamesOlmos,whoworkaswatchmakermostofthetimeisdoinganobservantin
thismovieHeisanimmigrantbasedonhisessence,possiblyfromEuropecountry.HebelieveandhopesthatAmerica
cangiveajusticeandhewanttoseehowitdone.WecanseeforJury's11thatjury's11haveconscientiousness
personality,healwayspayintentionineverydetail,forexamplewhenheaskingthequestion'whythatkidgoback
homeafter3o'clock'itshowsthathelistenedverywellfromjury's8opinionandtheories.Inadditionhealsointroverts
personbecausemostofthetimeinthemeeting,hejustbeingquiet.Heisnotanintegrityperson,whichhecannot
decidewherehestandswith,weatherwithguiltyornotguiltysidethisistheanswerforhisvalue.
Forattitudes,wecansaythatjury's11isnotconfidenceinwhathedo,wecanseewhenhelookshesitatetogivehis
opinion,becausemostofthetimehedotheobservation,butlastlyhealsotrytogivehisopinionandgiveaquestionfor
everyonetothink.Hedoesnotreallyshowshisemotioninthismovie,butonlyafatiguemoodthatislowpositiveaffect.
Howthisfactoraffectdecisionmaking?Italsoaffectthesmoothnessofproducingidea,becausemostofthetime,the
personcannotgenerateagoodideathatcansupportthedecisionmaking.Italsodoesnothelpbecausenotparticipate
intheprocessofdecisionmaking,asitlookthatthispersonarenotthere.
Notenoughininformationisalwayshappenindecisionmaking,decisioncannotbemakewhenthereisnoinformation
towardsthething.ForexamplewecannotcomparetobuyFerraricarinsteadofBMW,becausewelackofinformation,
wedoesn'tknowwhichoneisbetterthatcangivehighsatisfactiontous.Decisionmakingisalwayswithfull
informationwetendtobuyFerrariwhenweknowthatthefeaturesaspectinthatcarisbetterthanBWMcar.
Juror#12:WilliamPettersen
Thisistheonlyjurorthatdidn'treallyinterestingaboutthecase.Thisisbecausehejustbusyabouthisownlife
comparedtojoineddiscussiononthetable.Heismarketingagencyandsoarrogant.Hispersonalitywouldbe
narcissismswhereisheliketomakespeoplelookingathimnotforthequalityofthejob.Anexamplewhenhetalkedto
11thjuror,hetoldthatheismarketingagencyandtryingtofindeverythingthatrelatedtoit.Thispersonalityalways
thinkingthatheisverygoodcomparedtoothers.Hetriedtotelleveryoneabouthimselfbutnotaboutthecase.Healso
didn'tfocusatallduringthediscussionbecauseheisnotreallyinteresting.Hejustwantgetbackhiscareerandsocial
life.

Whenweknowabouthispersonality,wealreadymentionedearlythatthispersonarrogant.Thisattitudemakeshis
moodinthediscussiondistractedfromthecase.Itcanbeprovedthathisattitudeisnotgoodandlikeselfishbecause
justthinkabouthimbutnotthinkaboutthecasethatreallyheavytomakedecision.
Whenthepersonalityandattitudesarebad,sothemoodintheroomalsothedecisionmakingfromhimcanbeaffected
badly.Itismeanhedecisionishavenoquality.Hedecidedfromwhatheheardfromtheotherjurorsnottriedtofindout
whatthecaseabout.Healwaysbusywithhiscareerwithoutcareaboutthecase.Whenhearrivedthere,hejustgave
hislogicopinionstoensureheparticipatedbutactuallyhejustcametofulfillthecondition.Whenhisattitudelikethis,
hisdecisionmakingdidn'tqualityandpersonsdidn'trespecthisdecision.
Barrieralsocanbeaffecteddecisionmaking.Anexampleforthisjurorwhenhehasbadattitude,thedecisionthathis
decidednotconsideredasprofessionaldecision.Itisjustmakestheconditionisperfect.Thiscanmakeinnocent
persongetpunishmenttosomethingthatheorshedonotdo.
Conclusion.
Film12AngryMendisplayedstrong,clearexampleofagroupthatformedtomeetthetasks/purposesandsubsequent
issuesinvolvedincompletingagiventask.12membersofthejuryexperiencethroughtheprocessofbeingformed,
attack,norm,performingandpostpone.Althoughshortlived,cohesivenesstakesseveraldifferentaspects.First,itis
shownby11membersinitiallyvotedguilty.Then,theprogressivegroupdynamicschangethroughoutthefilmasthe
jurybegantoquestiontheirinitialdecisionofguiltand,onebyone,begantoagreewiththosevotingnotguilty.
Asamemberofthegroupcommunication,strengthencohesionasthewholeoftheopinionthejury.Inaddition,
membersofthejuryhavefocusedmoreonthetaskorientedbehaviorofsocialbehavior,whichmighthaveblockedalot
ofarguments.Thisgroupwasformedforaspecificpurpose,atime,sotobuildandstrengthentherelationshipisnota
priorityforthedissolutionoccurswhentheissuedecision.Althoughchallengedbythedynamicsofthegroupitself,it
wasfinallyabletoperformagiventaskandpostpone.
However,despitetheshortlifeofthisgroup,weseeanexcellentexampleoftheprocessoftheformationofgroupsand
groupdynamics.Eachofthe12jurorsplaysdifferentbutimportantrolesthroughoutthefilm.Weseethepowerof
informalleadership,thecycleofthechangingroleofleadership,andgreateffortittakestochangearandomcollection
ofindividualsintoawinningteam.
Weconsiderthistobeasuccessfulgroupbecausethetaskhasbeencompleted,socialrelationshipshavebeen
developedtomaintainthegroupandhelpthemworktogether,andweseeevidencethattheindividualjurorsfind
satisfyingpersonalexperience.Attheendofthefilm,webelievethateachmemberreflectsondevelopmentssincethe
initialvoteandleavethecourtwithanewvisionandafeelingofsatisfactionthatwasreleasedafairdecision