Tran Anh Hung

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  • 12 Angry Men Juror Number 4 Analysis

    The movie 12 Angry Men the 1957 version directed by Sydney Lumet is a black and white film about twelve men from different backgrounds who are on the same jury, they must decide if a young man is guilty of an act of murder committed upon his father. If found guilty the boy will be put in the electric chair until death, if found innocent, he is set free The juror, I will be looking at is juror number four and how he had a large impact on how new evidence was brought to light and how the evidence…

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  • Conformity In 12 Angry Men

    “We constantly modify our behavior, beliefs, and attitudes according to what we perceive about the people around us.” The latter concept of psychology coined by psychologist Marc Breedlove can be largely attributed to all people in their daily lives. The depiction of this is seen in a variety of different manners, one of these being in film. One such of these is the critically acclaimed film, 12 Angry Men, directed by Sidney Lumet based on the screenplay of the same title by Reginald Rose. Just…

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  • Importance Of Knowledge In 12 Angry Men

    What questions about knowledge does the movie “12 Angry Men” raise? Sidney Lumet’s American drama “12 Angry Men”, reveals the story of twelve members of a jury discussing the guilt or innocence of an eighteen year old boy who is accused of murder. Twelve jurors have to decided if the evidences that was presented in the courtroom is enough to convict the teen of murder of his own father and if so, the mandatory sentence for the young man will be a death penalty. Agreement on guilt or innocence…

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  • Openness In 12 Angry Men

    In the movie “12 Angry Men”, the story revolves around a murder trial of a 16 year old boy in which the 12 jurors are expected to arrive at a judgement. Each juror is of a different background and had a different view about the boy’s role in murder. All 11 of the jurors believe that the boy committed the murder either by conviction or by looking at others. The 8th Juror, Henry Fonda, with a reasonable doubt about the boy committing the murder sets the focus for the discussion in the Jury room.…

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  • Political Situation Analysis

    precedent is important because it is often a belief of change. Take for example the New York trans fat ban. In 2006, New York city became the first municipality to restrict artificial trans fats in restaurants “and would not be the last as health officials across the US mobilized to enact similar bans of their own” (Brady, 2015). New York recognized a need to counteract the growing health concerns regarding trans fats, which in turn, raised awareness in other municipalities across the US. One of…

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  • Boys Don T Cry Essay

    “Boys Don’t Cry” was written by Kimberly Peirce and Andy Bienen and is based on the true story of Brandon Teena. Brandon Teena was born Teena Brandon, in Lincoln Nebraska. He is a transgender male and none of his family or people from his home town understand. In the opening scene Brandon is going on a date. Things go very well and when he takes the girl home they kiss. Unfortunately, some guys find out and chase Brandon back to his cousin’s house shouting obscenities, threatening him, and…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Food

    According to the FDA, food companies are allowed to say that their food products contains 0 grams of trans fat, as long as one serving contains less than .50 grams of trans fat. However, food companies should not be allowed to hide trans fats like these, as they are unhealthy for our bodies and health. As a spokesperson for the American Dietetic Association Andrea Giancoli states it “Trans fats raise your bad cholesterol just like saturated fats, but they also increase inflammation and lower the…

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  • Common Causes Of Inflammation

    by the foods you eat. Research has shown that certain foods trigger inflammation and others suppress it. Some of the foods that are pro-inflammatory include: Animal fats (corn-fed beef, dark meat and skin of poultry, pork, duck Hydrogenated fats (trans fat) Fried foods (fried in saturated,hydrogenated or polyunsaturated fats) Sweets (sugar, candy, cookies, cakes, ice cream, donuts, sweet drinks) Refined grains (white bread, pasta, white rice) Processed foods (chips, crackers, fries, cold cuts,…

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  • 12 Angry Men Case Analysis: 12 Angry Men

    This case study is over the film 12 Angry Men, revolving around the verdict of a murder case and the 12 jurors charged with making the decision. The jury is comprised of middle aged men or older from various occupations, cultures, and backgrounds. One particular juror is the only member of the jury willing to avoid a snap decision that is pressured by the remaining jurors to get out early. He leads the discussion amongst the other jurors playing devil’s advocate to their guilty verdicts. As the…

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  • Analysis Of The John T. Scopes Monkey Trial

    The John T. Scopes “Monkey Trial” Introduction Beads of sweat drip down your neck. You see the hundreds upon hundreds people around you in the courtroom. The judge is about to give the verdict. The Scopes “Monkey Trial” was one of the most famous court affairs in history. John T. Scopes was put on trial for teaching evolutionary studies when he took a substitute position and taught the theory to students. Events that Contributed to the Scopes Trial Events during the “Roaring Twenties” started…

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