This article is about the effects of gender and music video imagery on sexual attitudes. Basically it is about how people view the videos and try to relate it to real life. A group of 44 U.S. college students were randomly assigned to 1 of 2 groups that viewed either a video portraying stereotyped sexual imagery or a video that excluded all sexual images(Kalof 1).
These 44 people met for a 1 hour session to participate in a music evaluation experiment(Kalof 2). When they arrived they were greated and assigned to 1 of 2 groups. One of the groups would view a sexually stereotyped video while the other group would watch a video that excluded all gender and sexual stereotypes. The idea behind watching the different videos is to distinguish whether or not the music videos have an
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