Juror 7 saved the whole process himself by being open to new ideas and questioning what he knew. Not only did Juror Number 7 save the argument of Juror Number 6, his attention to detail and his observation skills ended up helping to convince the rest of the men that the defendant may not be guilty. Juror 7 noticed the indents on the face of Juror Number 3, due to his glasses, and along with the rest of the panel pieced together that the woman who observed the murder most likely wore glasses. They concluded that she was probably not wearing them at night due to fact that they are uncomfortable and painful. They made the conclusion based on his facts that the information from the
Out of these male students one of them was naive and the rest of them were confederates, they pretended to be a participant during the experiment. The confederates were told to give a wrong answer on certain trails. The task was for participate to judge the length of line, there informed that it was a test for visual perception. Asch showed the groups lines of different lengths he asked them to match the test line to the similar lines; the participant was the last one to give his judgment. In control groups, when the participants were test alone without no pressure there were few very wrong answers in this case Asch found when they become part of a group, 25 percent of the participates conformed to the rest of the group on most of the time when the group was wrong .
The details and results of the study were both shocking and controversial. Average shock levels administered were at 368 volts which was perceived as a dangerous level and only 35% refused to administer the maximum voltage of 450 volts. (Banyard, 2010, p73) Ethics The ethics of the study came under much scrutiny because: 1. Volunteers did not know the true nature of the study - thinking they were participating in a study of memory; 2. Volunteers could and did suffer stress - with some suffering from physical affects; 3.
Young men tend to continue giving orders to maintain dominance, which they view as strength. Men seek power; their social status is too important to their self-image. Tannen discussed the research of Marjorie Goodwin, who studied boys in Philadelphia for a year and a half. "She found the high-status men gave orders just to maintain their dominance, not because they particularly needed the thing done. And the men who were being told what to do were low status, by virtue of doing what they were told" (Tannen 53).
This movie was all about non-ethical and lazy like sayings, such as: “lets get it over quick” and “who really cares”. One guy, the 8th juror, did not agree with these saying’s and believed that a tough decision like this could not be decided in 5 minutes. He played a smart game, which we call ’playing devils advocate’. While the 11 men thought the person charged was guilty, this one juror thought differently. The 12 angry men were your average men, but each one had a different side.
Individually these elements would not be as effective because a state could earn high test scores because of unequal spending per student, and vice versa. This is where the argument is the strongest, but there are, however, weaker parts of the argument. For example, the arguer does not touch on issues which also have implications on why the schools are preforming the way they are. In the paper he states as part of his argument, “think tanks rate sates on things like class size and teacher pay among other things.” He does not, however, touch on these differences which might be the reason why Utah is doing seemingly better than Florida. There are no statistics provided in the argument comparing class size, teacher pay, or socioeconomic conditions which may leave a reader wondering if other factors are to blame for Florida’s poor performance.
When he found out that the chief engineer, Curt Andrews, lacked administrative skills which are a necessary component for managers starting up new operations, Erik Peterson made every effort to address this issue even to the point of replacing him with someone more capable in this position. This became an immense problem with Curt because he definitely lacked the required technical skills for starting up this brand new operation. However, Peterson could not be very open with the people in upper management because he too did not have these required skills either. So, at the very start of his job he was in a predicament that he attempted to fight in the October visit to Los Angeles by asking management to reassign and replace Curt to somewhere else so that a person with the required technical skills and emotional intelligence can be hired in his place. This was not an option for management and Peterson decided to make do with what he had by implementing three solutions to this dilemma.
Topic:How procrastination affects grades? Procrastination is a problem that many college students have it is also called student syndrome.Procrastination means when a student will only do his task just before the deadline.What are the cause of that phenomenon? How does it affects grades? What are the other effects of procrastinating? The main reason of procrastinating is laziness.Most of the students when they for example get the assignment put it off to the side and do it "later".But that "later" becomes right before the due date or deadline .Still there are many more causes like the fear of failure.It makes you repel the task so that you never have to know this feeling of failure.Or the fear of success it can seem really weird but, but the fear of the success is one of the reason of procrastination.
In contrast, young boys and men form attachments through actions instead of talk (51). A competitive atmosphere manners itself within the conversations of all-male groups and an alpha usually rises up and leads the topics. Neither gender is wrong in their habits, they simply do what they have been doing since the days of elementary recess, but those trends are very hard to break. Complications become most evident when men and women are put together in the same circle of conversation. Each sex expects a different reaction that they do not receive, which leads to dissatisfaction and
The United States is a powerful culture that seems to have an issue finding motivation to learn about cultures of less dominance. Although America is supposed to be a “melting pot” of cultures, the “American” culture is dominant and other cultures in our own country seem to be oppressed in comparison. In this way, Americans do not have the motivation to communicate with other cultures instilled in them as do other cultures that must learn the English language and American culture to be successful. Therefore, having the motivation to learn how to engage in successful intercultural