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Name Instructor’s Name Course Date 12 Angry men In the movie 12 angry men one major concept depicted is the disruptive talk by the juror. Juror 7 expresses how impatient he is as he wants to leave to attend evening ball games between Cleveland and Yanks disrupting the other jurors. Juror 7 says the background of the boy dooms him to leading a criminal life. He further says they could argue the case forever but the result is same the boy is a criminal this disrupts the by asking questions on the topic. ‘What do you think is the best option and why and what criteria have you used to come up with the best source?’ and finally to the member who created the disruption in the first place I asked ‘Why do you think solar is the best?’. This questions brought order in the group discussion and for some time everything was working fine towards the deadline. Works Cited Sunli TV Suna. "12 Angry Men 1957 Full Movie Video." Bing 1 Jan. 2017 Accessed 25 Apr. 2017. [...]

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There are three kinds of talk used in group decision-making: --Promotive: Talk that moves the group along by calling attention to the task at hand. ("What do you think about the third option?") -- Disruptive: Talk that takes the group away from the goal. ("I can't deal with this anymore, I'm going out for a smoke!") --Counteractive: Talk used to get the group on track. ("Look, I know we're all tired, but we've got a job to do here.") In addition, according to Hirokawa and Gouran's theory, there are four components of group problem-solving: --Problem analysis: Understanding the problem at hand --Goal setting: How will you decide which solution is best? What are the criteria? --Identification of alternatives: What are the options available to solve the problem? --Evaluation of positive and negative consequences: evaluate different options. ------------- *Please watch a few minutes of a remake of a famous film called "Twelve Angry Men." The men in the film are on a jury and they are trying to decide if the defendant is guilty or not. This is a great example of group communication at its most intense. It isn't necessary to see the entire film. Just watch the part where the men are talking in the jury room, especially when it gets very heated: Use the numbers and questions below as labels: 1. Restate and define at least FOUR of the seven concepts listed above AND provide examples from the film of each of the four concepts. Be sure to explain why the examples fit the definition of the concepts. (280 words minimum). Label each concept (a,b,c,d) in your response. 2: Consider the three kinds of talk listed above (promotive, disruptive, counteractive). Describe a personal experience you had where these kinds of talk were used (communication in a group or with another person). Describe the situation and give examples of at least TWO of the three types of talk. Be sure to highlight each of the types so it's clear to the reader. What happened as a result? Please provide LOTS of details. (Word count minimum: 250 words).

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