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MemorandumNovember 20, 2015To:Alan Fine From:Team 26: John Knopf, Hung Nguyen, Ellie Heidorn, Kailynn SolomonRE:Twelve Angry Men AnalysisThis memorandum consists of an analysis of effective leadership in the film Twelve Angry Men. It is structured as follows:Character analysisInformal leadership persuasive tactic analysisAssessment of the jury foremenAssessment of leadership traitsCharacter analysisThe characters in the “Twelve Angry Men” posses different physical and emotional traits that help describe them. Descriptions of the twelve jurors and which stereotype they fit are as follows: The jury foremanThe shy guyThe angry fatherThe stockbrokerGuy from slumsThe painter The jokerThe architectThe old man The tactless manThe German man The marketing guyThe Jury Foremen The jury foreman was the overly sensitive guy with the polo shirt and tie. The jury foreman considers that all American men are interested in football.Shy guy The shy guy was the bank clerk with glasses. The shy guy considers that all men are aggressive.The angry fatherThe angry father was the bully and yeller in a suit. The angry father considers all young men to be rotten.The stockbrokerThe stockbroker was very articulate, and was wearing glasses and a suit jacket. The stockbroker considers all people who live in poor socio-economics areas to be criminals. 1
Group 26 12 Angry Men Analysis continued Guy from slumsThe man from the slums worked at a hospital and had dark hair and a large nose. He believes that people not from the slums don’t understand him. The painter The painter was the hesitant follower in the short-sleeved collard shirt. He considers that mendo not (should?) respect the elderly. The jokerThe joker was impatient, wearing a hat, and loved baseball. He considers immigrants to be arrogant and not as intelligent as Americans. The architectThe architect was thoughtful, objective, and young. He believed that all men hold prejudices. The old manThe old man was respectful, passionate, and had a wrinkly forehead. He considers that all young people are quick to anger and draw conclusions. The tactless man The tactless man was racist and loud, with a deep widow’s peak. He considers all foreigners to be inferior. The German manThe German man values democracy, was wearing suspenders, and had a mustache. He believes that American men to take their freedoms for granted. The marketing guy The marketing guy was distracted, young, and wearing glasses. He believes that all men like to discuss marketing. Informal leadership persuasive tactic analysisThis section consists of an analysis of persuasive tactics used by the leaders of the two opposing camps. The leaders of the two opposing camps are as follows:1.

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