Twelve Angry Men Prejudice Analysis

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Many things affect your decision in may ways. One specifically being prejudice, the act of making assumptions or judgements based on general ideas and limited understanding. Prejudice is a main factor of making decisions because it affects the way we think about people and things in a major way even under extreme circumstances.
In twelve angry men you see that prejudice has more to it than just the racism of one another but the preconceived ideas and judgements we make of people in a matter of moments we see them or things we just hear about them. The jurors all think he's guilty in the beginning because of the testimonies but with the further thought they realize he is completely innocent. Even juror three realized that he was innocent after

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