The University of Connecticut School of Law and veteran professor Robert L. Birmingham have agreed that he should take an immediate leave of absence after he showed a provocative film clip in class from “Really Really Pimpin’ in Da South,” a documentary that has been used as a training film for prostitution.

But whether the incident was exacerbated by a mishandling of video technology remains a subject of at least some debate.

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