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  • 1. Clark’s (1988/99) Research into Minority Influence, using the film 1954 film ‘12 Angry Men’.<br />Participants were given a 4-page booklet of the plot of the film and are asked to play the role of the jurors and make up their mind about the guilt or innocence of a young man who is accused of killing his father.<br />They were provided with the following information:<br /><ul><li>That the young man had purchased and used a rare knife from a local store.
  • 2. That he had been seen by two eyewitnesses: a 45 year old woman claimed she witnessed the defendant stabbing his father. She watched through her window as the city’s commuter train passed by & an old man living downstairs claimed that he heard the boy yell “I’ll kill you!” followed by a “thump” on the floor. He then witnessed a young man, supposedly the defendant, running away.
  • 3. Presenting a weak alibi, the defendant claimed he was at the movies at the time of the murder. He failed to remember the names of the films. </li></ul>Your group makes up the jury. You must decide unanimously whether the defendant is guilty or innocent of murdering his father? Explain your answer.<br />Clark’s (1988/99) Research into Minority Influence, using the film 1954 film ‘12 Angry Men’.<br />Participants were given a 4-page booklet of the plot of the film and are asked to play the role of the jurors and make up their mind about the guilt or innocence of a young man who is accused of killing his father.<br />They were provided with the following information:<br /><ul><li>That the young man had purchased and used a rare knife from a local store.
  • 4. That he had been seen by two eyewitnesses: a 45 year old woman claimed she witnessed the defendant stabbing his father. She watched through her window as the city’s commuter train passed by & an old man living downstairs claimed that he heard the boy yell “I’ll kill you!” followed by a “thump” on the floor. He then witnessed a young man, supposedly the defendant, running away.
  • 5. Presenting a weak alibi, the defendant claimed he was at the movies at the time of the murder. He failed to remember the names of the films. </li></ul>Your group makes up the jury. You must decide unanimously whether the defendant is guilty or innocent of murdering his father? Explain your answer.<br />Clark’s (1988/99) Research into Minority Influence, using the film 1954 film ‘12 Angry Men’.<br />Participants were given a 4-page booklet of the plot of the film and are asked to play the role of the jurors and make up their mind about the guilt or innocence of a young man who is accused of killing his father.<br />They were provided with the following information:<br /><ul><li>That the young man had purchased and used a rare knife from a local store.
  • 6. That he had been seen by two eyewitnesses: a 45 year old woman claimed she witnessed the defendant stabbing his father. She watched through her window as the city’s commuter train passed by & an old man living downstairs claimed that he heard the boy yell “I’ll kill you!” followed by a “thump” on the floor. He then witnessed a young man, supposedly the defendant, running away.
  • 7. Presenting a weak alibi, the defendant claimed he was at the movies at the time of the murder. He failed to remember the names of the films. </li></ul>One juror (number 8 - played by the actor Henry Ford) had reasonable doubt about the defendant’s guilt. He provided a counterargument for the evidence presented by the prosecutor, including<br /><ul><li>The old man could have invented his story because he craved attention. He also might not have heard the boy’s voice while the train was passing by and his age and disabilities meant it took him too long to get to the window in the apartment.
  • 8. Although the prosecution stated that the switchblade was rare and unusual, Juror #8 purchased one just like it from a store in the defendant’s neighborhood.
  • 9. The argument that during a stressful situation, anyone could forget the names of the movie they had seen.
  • 10. The 45 year old woman had indentations on her nose, indicating that she wore glasses and had bad eyesight.</li></ul>Your group makes up the jury. You must decide unanimously whether the defendant is guilty beyond reasonable doubt of murdering his father? Explain your answer.<br />Clark’s (1988/99) Research into Minority Influence, using the film 1954 film ‘12 Angry Men’.<br />Participants were given a 3-page summary of the jury discussion in the film and are asked to play the role of the jurors and make up their mind about the guilt or innocence of a young man who is accused of killing his father.<br />They were provided with the following information:<br /><ul><li>That the young man had purchased and used a rare knife from a local store.
  • 11. That he had been seen by two eyewitnesses: a 45 year old woman claimed she witnessed the defendant stabbing his father. She watched through her window as the city’s commuter train passed by & an old man living downstairs claimed that he heard the boy yell “I’ll kill you!” followed by a “thump” on the floor. He then witnessed a young man, supposedly the defendant, running away.
  • 12. Presenting a weak alibi, the defendant claimed he was at the movies at the time of the murder. He failed to remember the names of the films. </li></ul>One juror (number 8 - played by the actor Henry Ford) had reasonable doubt about the defendant’s guilt. He provided a counterargument for the evidence presented by the prosecutor, including<br /><ul><li>The old man could have invented his story because he craved attention. He also might not have heard the boy’s voice while the train was passing by and his age and disabilities meant it took him too long to get to the window in the apartment.
  • 13. Although the prosecution stated that the switchblade was rare and unusual, Juror #8 purchased one just like it from a store in the defendant’s neighborhood.
  • 14. The argument that during a stressful situation, anyone could forget the names of the movie they had seen.
  • 15. The 45 year old woman had indentations on her nose, indicating that she wore glasses and had bad eyesight.</li></ul>Do you agree with the 2 other jurors that this man is innocent?<br />On a scale of 1-10 indicate your opinion of whether the defendant is guilty or not guilty.<br />12345678910<br />Clark’s (1988/99) Research into Minority Influence, using the film 1954 film ‘12 Angry Men’.<br />Participants were given a 3-page summary of the jury discussion in the film and are asked to play the role of the jurors and make up their mind about the guilt or innocence of a young man who is accused of killing his father.<br />They were provided with the following information:<br /><ul><li>That the young man had purchased and used a rare knife from a local store.
  • 16. That he had been seen by two eyewitnesses: a 45 year old woman claimed she witnessed the defendant stabbing his father. She watched through her window as the city’s commuter train passed by & an old man living downstairs claimed that he heard the boy yell “I’ll kill you!” followed by a “thump” on the floor. He then witnessed a young man, supposedly the defendant, running away.
  • 17. Presenting a weak alibi, the defendant claimed he was at the movies at the time of the murder. He failed to remember the names of the films. </li></ul>One juror (number 8 - played by the actor Henry Ford) had reasonable doubt about the defendant’s guilt. He provided a counterargument for the evidence presented by the prosecutor, including<br /><ul><li>The old man could have invented his story because he craved attention. He also might not have heard the boy’s voice while the train was passing by and his age and disabilities meant it took him too long to get to the window in the apartment.
  • 18. Although the prosecution stated that the switchblade was rare and unusual, Juror #8 purchased one just like it from a store in the defendant’s neighborhood.
  • 19. The argument that during a stressful situation, anyone could forget the names of the movie they had seen.
  • 20. The 45 year old woman had indentations on her nose, indicating that she wore glasses and had bad eyesight.</li></ul>Do you agree with the 3 other jurors that this man is innocent?<br />On a scale of 1-10 indicate your opinion of whether the defendant is guilty or not guilty.<br />12345678910<br />Clark’s (1988/99) Research into Minority Influence, using the film 1954 film ‘12 Angry Men’.<br />Participants were given a 3-page summary of the jury discussion in the film and are asked to play the role of the jurors and make up their mind about the guilt or innocence of a young man who is accused of killing his father.<br />They were provided with the following information:<br /><ul><li>That the young man had purchased and used a rare knife from a local store.
  • 21. That he had been seen by two eyewitnesses: a 45 year old woman claimed she witnessed the defendant stabbing his father. She watched through her window as the city’s commuter train passed by & an old man living downstairs claimed that he heard the boy yell “I’ll kill you!” followed by a “thump” on the floor. He then witnessed a young man, supposedly the defendant, running away.
  • 22. Presenting a weak alibi, the defendant claimed he was at the movies at the time of the murder. He failed to remember the names of the films. </li></ul>One juror (number 8 - played by the actor Henry Ford) had reasonable doubt about the defendant’s guilt. He provided a counterargument for the evidence presented by the prosecutor, including<br /><ul><li>The old man could have invented his story because he craved attention. He also might not have heard the boy’s voice while the train was passing by and his age and disabilities meant it took him too long to get to the window in the apartment.
  • 23. Although the prosecution stated that the switchblade was rare and unusual, Juror #8 purchased one just like it from a store in the defendant’s neighborhood.
  • 24. The argument that during a stressful situation, anyone could forget the names of the movie they had seen.
  • 25. The 45 year old woman had indentations on her nose, indicating that she wore glasses and had bad eyesight.</li></ul>Do you agree with the 4 other jurors that this man is innocent?<br />On a scale of 1-10 indicate your opinion of whether the defendant is guilty or not guilty.<br />12345678910<br />Clark’s (1988/99) Research into Minority Influence, using the film 1954 film ‘12 Angry Men’.<br />Participants were given a 3-page summary of the jury discussion in the film and are asked to play the role of the jurors and make up their mind about the guilt or innocence of a young man who is accused of killing his father.<br />They were provided with the following information:<br /><ul><li>That the young man had purchased and used a rare knife from a local store.
  • 26. That he had been seen by two eyewitnesses: a 45 year old woman claimed she witnessed the defendant stabbing his father. She watched through her window as the city’s commuter train passed by & an old man living downstairs claimed that he heard the boy yell “I’ll kill you!” followed by a “thump” on the floor. He then witnessed a young man, supposedly the defendant, running away.
  • 27. Presenting a weak alibi, the defendant claimed he was at the movies at the time of the murder. He failed to remember the names of the films. </li></ul>One juror (number 8 - played by the actor Henry Ford) had reasonable doubt about the defendant’s guilt. He provided a counterargument for the evidence presented by the prosecutor, including<br /><ul><li>The old man could have invented his story because he craved attention. He also might not have heard the boy’s voice while the train was passing by and his age and disabilities meant it took him too long to get to the window in the apartment.
  • 28. Although the prosecution stated that the switchblade was rare and unusual, Juror #8 purchased one just like it from a store in the defendant’s neighborhood.
  • 29. The argument that during a stressful situation, anyone could forget the names of the movie they had seen.
  • 30. The 45 year old woman had indentations on her nose, indicating that she wore glasses and had bad eyesight.</li></ul>Do you agree with the 5 other jurors that this man is innocent?<br />On a scale of 1-10 indicate your opinion of whether the defendant is guilty or not guilty.<br />12345678910<br />Clark’s (1988/99) Research into Minority Influence, using the film 1954 film ‘12 Angry Men’.<br />Participants were given a 3-page summary of the jury discussion in the film and are asked to play the role of the jurors and make up their mind about the guilt or innocence of a young man who is accused of killing his father.<br />They were provided with the following information:<br /><ul><li>That the young man had purchased and used a rare knife from a local store.
  • 31. That he had been seen by two eyewitnesses: a 45 year old woman claimed she witnessed the defendant stabbing his father. She watched through her window as the city’s commuter train passed by & an old man living downstairs claimed that he heard the boy yell “I’ll kill you!” followed by a “thump” on the floor. He then witnessed a young man, supposedly the defendant, running away.
  • 32. Presenting a weak alibi, the defendant claimed he was at the movies at the time of the murder. He failed to remember the names of the films. </li></ul>One juror (number 8 - played by the actor Henry Ford) had reasonable doubt about the defendant’s guilt. He provided a counterargument for the evidence presented by the prosecutor, including<br /><ul><li>The old man could have invented his story because he craved attention. He also might not have heard the boy’s voice while the train was passing by and his age and disabilities meant it took him too long to get to the window in the apartment.
  • 33. Although the prosecution stated that the switchblade was rare and unusual, Juror #8 purchased one just like it from a store in the defendant’s neighborhood.
  • 34. The argument that during a stressful situation, anyone could forget the names of the movie they had seen.
  • 35. The 45 year old woman had indentations on her nose, indicating that she wore glasses and had bad eyesight.</li></ul>Do you agree with the 6 other jurors that this man is innocent?<br />On a scale of 1-10 indicate your opinion of whether the defendant is guilty or not guilty.<br />12345678910<br />Clark’s (1988/99) Research into Minority Influence, using the film 1954 film ‘12 Angry Men’.<br />Participants were given a 3-page summary of the jury discussion in the film and are asked to play the role of the jurors and make up their mind about the guilt or innocence of a young man who is accused of killing his father.<br />They were provided with the following information:<br /><ul><li>That the young man had purchased and used a rare knife from a local store.
  • 36. That he had been seen by two eyewitnesses: a 45 year old woman claimed she witnessed the defendant stabbing his father. She watched through her window as the city’s commuter train passed by & an old man living downstairs claimed that he heard the boy yell “I’ll kill you!” followed by a “thump” on the floor. He then witnessed a young man, supposedly the defendant, running away.
  • 37. Presenting a weak alibi, the defendant claimed he was at the movies at the time of the murder. He failed to remember the names of the films. </li></ul>One juror (number 8 - played by the actor Henry Ford) had reasonable doubt about the defendant’s guilt. He provided a counterargument for the evidence presented by the prosecutor, including<br /><ul><li>The old man could have invented his story because he craved attention. He also might not have heard the boy’s voice while the train was passing by and his age and disabilities meant it took him too long to get to the window in the apartment.
  • 38. Although the prosecution stated that the switchblade was rare and unusual, Juror #8 purchased one just like it from a store in the defendant’s neighborhood.
  • 39. The argument that during a stressful situation, anyone could forget the names of the movie they had seen.
  • 40. The 45 year old woman had indentations on her nose, indicating that she wore glasses and had bad eyesight.</li></ul>Do you agree with the 7 other jurors that this man is innocent?<br />On a scale of 1-10 indicate your opinion of whether the defendant is guilty or not guilty.<br />12345678910<br />
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