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place; something was learned about each character. As the group gets to move forward into their goal, they can become resistant, and group members as per Tuckman (1965) can become hostile toward one another (as cited by Bonebright, 2010). At this point, you reach the storming stage. Although there were disagreements, Apollo 13 men refrained from storming. They knew that in that time of crisis they need to stick together and keep a clear mind. 12 Angry Men, on the other hand, revolved around conflict. Even though each men objective was the same, it took one man, Juror 8 to make a hostile environment which leads to Juror 3 attacking him. The norming stage begins when the conflict starts to die down. According to Gladding (2012), during norming phrase conflict will still be apparent, it just won’t be as strong as during storming. A good
12 ANGRY MEN AND APOLLO 13 3 example from 12 Angry Men that displayed this stage was how Juror 3 and 8 still interacted with each other after Juror 3 went into a rage and shouted out “ I’ll kill you” to Juror 8. The tension between both men was evident, yet they still worked together. Both groups experienced some form of development to reach the final stage of performing. During performing the group would’ve formulated a foundation of some form of trust. The group becomes “a ‘problem- solving instrument’ (Bonebright, 2010). At this stage is when the men in Apollo 13 mission control formulated a plan to get the men home safely. For example by creating a makeshift tub

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