Plot[ edit ] In a New York City courthouse a jury commences deliberating the case of an year-old boy  from a slum, on trial for allegedly stabbing his father to death. If there is any reasonable doubt they are to return a verdict of not guilty. If found guilty, the boy will receive a death sentence.
Passive anger[ edit ] Passive anger can be expressed in the following ways: Defeatismsuch as setting yourself and others up for failurechoosing unreliable people to depend on, being accident proneunderachievingsexual impotenceexpressing frustration at insignificant things but ignoring serious ones.
Obsessive behaviorsuch as needing to be inordinately clean and tidy, making a habit of constantly checking things, over-dieting or overeating, demanding that all jobs be done perfectly. Psychological manipulationsuch as provoking 12 angry men story 2 to aggression and then patronizing them, provoking aggression but staying on the sidelines, emotional blackmailfalse tearfulnessfeigning illness, sabotaging relationshipsusing sexual provocationusing a third party to convey negative feelings, withholding money or resources.
Self-blamesuch as apologizing too often, being overly critical, inviting criticism. Aggressive anger[ edit ] The symptoms of aggressive anger are: Destructivenesssuch as destroying objects as in vandalismharming animalschild abusedestroying a relationship, reckless drivingsubstance abuse.
Risk-taking behavior, such as speaking too fast, walking too fast, driving too fast, reckless spending. Threatssuch as frightening people by saying how one could harm them, their property or their prospects, finger pointing, fist shaking, wearing clothes or symbols associated with violent behaviour, tailgatingexcessively blowing a car hornslamming doors.
Unpredictabilitysuch as explosive rages over minor frustrationsattacking indiscriminately, dispensing unjust punishmentinflicting harm on others for the sake of it,  illogical arguments.
Vengeancesuch as being over-punitive. This differs from retributive justice, as vengeance is personal, and possibly unlimited in scale. This is in fact, common in discipline terms.
Six dimensions of anger expression[ edit ] Anger expression can take on many more styles than passive or aggressive. Ephrem Fernandez has identified six dimensions of anger expression.
They relate to the direction of anger, its locus, reaction, modality, impulsivity, and objective. Among the many profiles that are theoretically possible in this system, are the familiar profile of the person with explosive anger, profile of the person with repressive anger, profile of the passive aggressive person, and the profile of constructive anger expression.
Graham defines anger in terms of our expectations and assumptions about the world. Such explanations confirm the illusion that anger has a discrete external cause. This explanation, however, is based on the intuitions of the angry person who experiences a loss in self-monitoring capacity and objective observability as a result of their emotion.
Anger can be of multicausal origin, some of which may be remote events, but people rarely find more than one cause for their anger. Disturbances that may not have involved anger at the outset leave residues that are not readily recognized but that operate as a lingering backdrop for focal provocations of anger.
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March Learn how and when to remove this template message Anger causes a reduction in cognitive ability and the accurate processing of external stimuli. Dangers seem smaller, actions seem less risky, ventures seem more likely to succeed, and unfortunate events seem less likely.
Angry people are more likely to make risky decisions, and make less realistic risk assessments. In one study, test subjects primed to feel angry felt less likely to suffer heart disease, and more likely to receive a pay raise, compared to fearful people.
Anger makes people less trusting, and slower to attribute good qualities to outsiders. They tend to rely more on stereotypes, and pay less attention to details and more attention to the superficial. In this regard, anger is unlike other "negative" emotions such as sadness and fear, which promote analytical thinking.
They will tend to rate anger-causing events e. This can create a feedback, as this extra blame can make the angry person angrier still, so they in turn place yet more blame on the other person.
When people are in a certain emotional state, they tend to pay more attention to, or remember, things that are charged with the same emotion; so it is with anger.
For instance, if you are trying to persuade someone that a tax increase is necessary, if the person is currently feeling angry you would do better to use an argument that elicits anger "more criminals will escape justice" than, say, an argument that elicits sadness "there will be fewer welfare benefits for disabled children".
Anger can make a person more desiring of an object to which his anger is tied. In a Dutch study, test subjects were primed to feel anger or fear by being shown an image of an angry or fearful face, and then were shown an image of a random object.
When subjects were made to feel angry, they expressed more desire to possess that object than subjects who had been primed to feel fear. Studies by Hochschild and Sutton have shown that the show of anger is likely to be an effective manipulation strategy in order to change and design attitudes.
Anger is a distinct strategy of social influence and its use i. She studied the correlation between anger expression and social influence perception. Previous researchers, such as Keating, have found that people with angry face expression were perceived as powerful and as in a high social position.12 Angry Men () directed by Sidney Lumet.
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12 Angry Men is a American courtroom drama film adapted from a teleplay of the same name by Reginald Rose. Written and co-produced by Rose himself and directed by Sidney Lumet, this trial film tells the story of a jury made up of 12 men as they deliberate the conviction or acquittal of a defendant on the basis of reasonable doubt, forcing the jurors to question their morals and values.
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