12 Aangry Men

12 Aangry Men - 12 Angry Men 1. Reciprocity: one of the...

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12 Angry Men 1. Reciprocity: one of the jurors’ said to another if you say something like again I’m going to lay you out because he said something to the old man. 2. Commitment/Consistency: will to vote guilty if everyone votes guilty, if not they will stay and discuss the case. One juror voting with everyone so that he can make it to his baseball game. 3. Liking: Advertising man is trying to get everyone to like him by talking about his business. 4. Social Proof: At first a couple of people raised their hand guilty and before you know it more people raises their hand guilty expect for one not guilty. 5. Authority: they guy who repeats up the photos and votes not guilty in the end even though he kept saying that the it is his right to have an opinion and he believes the guy is guilty. 6. Scarcity: N/A Influence Tactics 1. Rational persuasion: When juror number 9 started to talk about how could the old man hear the kid if a train was passing by? He was asking the other jurors can they hear if a train was passing by someone saying I’m going to kill you. 2.
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