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Rashomon Effect

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The Rashomon effect is named after the 1950 movie Rashomon by Japanese filmmaker Akira Kurosawa in which a murder is described in four contradictory ways by four witnesses. The term addresses the motives, mechanism and occurrences of the reporting on the circumstance and addresses contested interpretations of events, the existence of disagreements regarding the evidence of events and subjectivity versus objectivity in human per- ception, memory and reporting.

The effect has been defined in a modern academic context as “the naming of an epistemological framework—or ways of thinking, knowing, and remembering—required for understanding complex and ambi- guous situations”. Now it is commonly used to describe the phenomenon of the unreliability of eyewitnesses.

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