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video clip

A short video presentation.
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Although there is research to suggest that heterosexual men and women rate sexually explicit videos targeted toward their own gender as more sexually arousing (male-oriented versus female-oriented film clips; Janssen, Carpenter & Graham, 2003), there is little support to suggest that these videos produce significant differences in genital responses for participants.
Far from it, what we support is true prisoner reform and rehabilitation and not what was misrepresented by the film clip,' he explained adding that the House inquiry is most welcome.
And a second study with 130 undergrad participants showed the same effect in comparison to a neutral film clip: Participants who watched a sad clip were less accurate in identifying colors on the blue-yellow spectrum than those who watched a neutral screensaver.
It's called "Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me'' and the audience, crammed into an overflowing little auditorium (they needed Lincoln Center for the phenomenon that is my longtime friend Elaine) went wild over and over for the film clips -- past and present -- of their favorite.
More specifically with regard to short clips of film used for pedagogical purposes, in "Using Authentic Video in the Classroom," Jane Sherman explains that studying clips about real people, places, and things "sharpens observation and creates enduring memories." Even the shortest film clip overflows with culture and watching a clip gives "access to global cultural productions [...] [and] also shows how people live and think and behave--local culture with a small c" (2).
The film clip on website YouTube has already had nearly 2000 viewers.
According to Metro TV, the three-stanza version, in the form of a black-and-white film clip, was found on an Internet server of a museum linked to Leiden University by the AirPutih Foundation, an IT-volunteer group, and Roy Suryo, a telecommunications expert who had been searching for it for years.
The mobile phone film clip appeared on the YouTube home movie website but has now been removed.
The tales of veterans, family memories, historical evidence, and a film clip from the late 1920s supported the underlying message of the Charleston Jazz Initiative.