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    The Last Samurai

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    discipline and self control. The clip ends with the American apologizing to the young lady for the slaying of her husband. She accepts, and then tells him in Japanese that they ware each doing their duty, and that it was only karma that took her husband. I would have to say that it was the semantics of this Japanese culture that he was learning that intrigued me the most about this film. That is why I chose to tie in the concept of semantics with this movie clip, because its definition is very culturally-bound

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    The History of Animation

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    Persistence of vision prevents us from noticing that a motion picture screen is dark about half the time, and that a television image is just one bright, fast, discrete dot sweeping the screen. Motion pictures show one new frame (still picture of the movie clip) every 1/24th of a second and the same frame is shown three times during this time period (Persistence, 2001). The eye retains the image of each frame long enough, giving an illusion of smooth, continuous motion. Animation uses exactly the same

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    The movie here is chapter 2, it is basically about a couple who tries to have a second chance in love. They seem to have two main issues, the first is that they did not seem to get to know each other completely and the second that George Schneider widows’ death is something he has not completely dealt with, lacking closure with this phase of his life, creating issues with his attempts to start over. George, seems to not only be bothered by the fact that he loved and lost, but that Jennie Maclainenhis

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    What are the differences and similarities between how Vespa propagating motorbikes by media in the past and in contemporary world? There are numerous ways to define research, however, all these definition have one thing in common, that is research uses existing knowledge to create new conclusion. For example, Creswell (2008) states that research is an activity that collects and analyzes data in order to enhance our knowledge of an issue. Arts and Humanities Research Council (2012) defines research

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    respect each other because my cousin was annoyed that our boss didn’t listen to her. Whenever my professional peers wanted to make an advocacy, they would go to me because our boss would listen to me because he respected me for not being rude. This movie clip also helped me improve my interpersonal skills by picking out certain interpersonal communication words by watching the scene. It also helped me by gathering the certain styles of different things. For example, in this scene it helped me to pick

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    The study conducted by Yuksel and Tanriverdi in 2009 had one main purpose. The aim of the study was to determine the effects of watching an English captioned video clip on University level students who were learning English as a foreign language. More specifically the study wanted to investigate “how English language material with or without English language captions would affect vocabulary development of the foreign language learners in a Turkish university setting”. Sample There were 120 students

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    Web Video

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    America's Funniest Home Videos. These days they're not getting much love on the Web. One after another, online video sites that have long showcased such fare as skateboarding dogs and beer-drenched parties are scaling back their focus on user-generated clips, often in favor of professionally produced programming. "People would rather watch content that has production value than watch their neighbors in the garage," says Matt Sanchez, co-founder and chief executive of VideoEgg, a company that provides Web

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    Explanation of design OPENING and MENU On scene 1, a short opening of the storyline of the movie will appear gradually, using text and images with different effects like brightness, tint, alpha… The introduction aims to make a favorable impression of the movie and hence stimulate users' interest. Also, users can save time by clicking SKIP button to enter the MENU page. The scene will stop at the image of the royal family tapestry, which at the same time is a button that gives users the choice whether

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    When discussing personal identity in class I couldn’t help but remember every show I’d ever watched the portrayal of each of the views on it. That’s when I decided that my video would be a video mix/ collage of clips from the media 's portrayal of personal identity. I

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    LoL

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    Personal Project is a project that each 10th grade students must design and exhibit at the end of the process. Students all have chosen different types of project that’s significant in their different areas of interaction. The project I have chosen to do is creating special effects that often appear in movies. My area of interaction is Human Ingenuity. Special effects were created by human and it’s used a lot in the current world. I choose to focus on the process of learning the actual process of

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