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Thu Oct 16 18:00:24 2014 UTClccn-no000729820.23Perspectives0.410.59Katie Roiphe on pornography, censorship, and feminism61092911no 000729825306004lccn-n80014556WNET (Television station : New York, N.Y.)lccn-n81024550Moyers, Bill D.ausivrhstlccn-no2003057097Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)lccn-n91046173Public Affairs Television (Firm)lccn-n80050316Films for the Humanities (Firm)lccn-n95801426Fred Friendly Seminars (Firm)lccn-n81047050Columbia UniversityGraduate School of Journalismlccn-no97071277Greco, Joan I.orgprolccn-no94021892PBS Home Videolccn-n2006092331Ablow, Gail1962-prdproGanguzza, MarkInterviewsHistoryBiographyUnited StatesFaith and reasonReasonFaithRushdie, SalmanEthicsDemocracyMass media--Social aspectsPublic opinionFaith and reason--IslamFaith and reason--JudaismFaith and reason--ChristianityPhilosophyCivil rightsPopular cultureRace discriminationAuthors, EnglishAffirmative action programsMass media and cultureMass mediaInternational relationsMedical ethicsDiplomatic relationsIraq War (2003-2011)Mass media and warJournalism--Political aspectsComediansRodriguez, Richard,Television broadcasting of newsOnline journalismMass media--InfluenceGeneticsWorld politicsTerrorism--Prevention--Government policyUniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism (USA PATRIOT ACT) Act of 2001 (United States)National security--Law and legislationRacism--Study and teachingSexual harassment--Psychological aspectsAfrican Americans--Social conditionsPolitical sociologyAmis, MartinGordon, Mary,Religion--PhilosophyMcGinn, Colin,Chödrön, PemaWinterson, Jeanette,Grossman, DavidAtwood, Margaret,AuthorsMedical genetics--Moral and ethical aspects198819891991199219941995199820002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120133299152207200BL48ocn071827758ocn191735231ocn180117183ocn054863697ocn055122974ocn077568086ocn053112551ocn054792237ocn057073508ocn606616474ocn057073508ocn606616474ocn028439191ocn7536579153393ocn071827758visu20060.24Bill Moyers on faith & reasonInterviewsBill Moyers explores the mysterious region between rationality and belief, joined by some of the world's most provocative writers and thinkers1672ocn191735231visu20070.56Jon Stewart on humor and an informed publicInterviewsIn this program, veteran journalist Bill Moyers interviews Jon Stewart, the long-standing anchor of the award-winning Daily Show with Jon Stewart, about why so many viewers get their news and analysis from his fake news show. The Alberto Gonzales scandal is also discussed with Josh Marshall of Talking Points Memo, and a eulogy for David Halberstam is also given1547ocn044429661visu19920.53Popular culture rage, rights, and responsibilityPresents scenarios involving antisocial and violent messages in mass media to a group of panelists. Discusses who decides what popular culture is, the role of Hollywood and other producers of mass media, and the tension between artistic expression, freedom of speech, and social responsibility. Examines the impact of TV, music, and movies on young people and American society in general1364ocn045061019visu20000.50Beyond black and white affirmative action in America"All sides of the affirmative action issue have targeted the same goal: ending racism of all types. But do opportunities for some have to come at the expense of others? In this Fred Friendly Seminar moderated by Harvard Law School's Charles Ogletree, a what-if scenario revolves around a university's efforts to enroll a diverse student body of qualified candidates. Panelists include Ward Connerly, proponent of California's Proposition 209; Christopher Edley, Jr., author of Not All Black & White: Affirmative Action, Race, and American Values; Julius Becton, Jr., former head of Washington, D.C.'s public schools; Ruth Simmons, president of Smith College; and policy activists from the African-American, Asian, Native American, and Latino communities"--Distributor's website1323ocn055126307visu20030.39Liberty and security in an age of terrorismThis Fred Friendly Seminar explores the balance between national security and civil liberties in the post September 11 world. The moderator presents a hypothetical scenario to the panelists to begin discussions of: the USA PATRIOT Act, surveillance of suspects, closed detention hearings, demands for student information, and what constitutes an enemy combatant1132ocn051625270visu20030.39Who gets to know?"When it comes to genetic testing, how much should a patient be told? If the news is bad, who else should the patient inform? And could - or should - such privileged information be made available to employers, insurance companies, and others? This Fred Friendly Seminar moderated by Harvard Law School's Arthur Miller offers a compelling discourse on the far-reaching ethical, social, legal, and economic implications of genetic testing"--Container1121ocn072797547visu20060.28Mantin, ElisaBill Moyers on faith & reasonHistoryBiographyInterviewsBeginning in 1989, Salman Rushdie spent ten years of his life underground, hiding from Islamic assassins - for the sin of writing a book. Throughout his ordeal, Rushdie kept writing, and emerged in public when Ayatollah Khomeini died. In 2006, as president of the PEN American center--PEN stands for the organization of poets, essayists, and novelists--that works worldwide for freedom of speech and conscience. Before leaving office Rushdie brought over one hundred writers together for a public discussion about what he calls 'the hot-button issue' of the day, faith and reason+-+3968086796932ocn055626260visu20040.53A question of fairnessBill Moyers investigates the growing gap between rich and poor in the United States by focusing on three cases: the impact of NAFTA on a Pennsylvania mill town; the collapse of WorldCom due to the financial deregulation in the 1990s; and the attempt to reform Alabama's state income tax system922ocn055130254visu20030.53NOW with Bill Moyers John Nichols and Robert McChesney on the media and democracy"In this program, media experts John Nichols and Robert McChesney join Bill Moyers to examine America's corporate media machine and the dire implications of closed-door deregulatory decisions."--Container881ocn180117183visu20070.53Bill Moyers journal. August 24, 2007Local news is the heartbeat of democracy, so why is it disappearing from communities around the nation? In this program, Bill Moyers talks with journalist Rick Karr and media activist Hannah Sassaman about the uncertain future of Americas low power radio stations, which in many cases are the last media outlets covering important local events. Also, Moyers and FCC Commissioner Michael Copps discuss regulatory rules being considered that will redefine the ownership and control permitted media conglomerates. What would an even stronger Big Media mean for objectivity and the marketplace of ideas, and what are the potential implications for the Internet, currently free and unfettered?813ocn057666070visu20040.269/11 for the recordNOW analyzes the 9/11 Commission report and connects the dots of what happened that day and the warning signs leading up to it. This special episode highlights the agonizing close calls, missteps, and outright failures of two administrations and America's intelligence and security agencies in the months and years leading up to 9/11812ocn054482120visu20030.53Benjamin Barber on globalizationBill Moyers discusses with Benjamin Barber, a University of Maryland professor, the emerging new world order and examines recent political and economic events happening in the world. Professor Barber deems that the two fundamental forces at work behind these events are: globalism and tribalism802ocn085766877visu20070.37Ethics in America II"New, and yet familiar, hypothetical cases are debated and agonized over by eminent leaders from government, business, science and academia. [The program] follows its predecessor by exploring gripping ethical dilemmas using the time-honored Socratic Dialogue format. The programs can be used with a study guide to help teachers engage their students in the process of ethical reasoning and acquaint them with its traditions through historical essays and other writings. A website with background on the programs and issues is coordinated with the series"--Container label703ocn054863697visu20040.53Now with Bill Moyers Mark Hertsgaard on the world's love/hate relationship with AmericaInterviewsWhy has much of the world's regard for America diminished in the last few years? Journalist and author Mark Hertsgaard, who traveled the globe gauging foreigners' ambivalence towards the United States shares his findings, published in his new book, "The Eagle's Shadow: Why America Fascinates and Infuriates the World." Additionally, Hertsgaard comments on how America's role is changing in the wake of September 11th, and the key U.S. environmental and foreign policy decisions that have proven divisive of the international community, as well as a perceived lack of difference between globalization and Americanization+-+K072301825592ocn055122974visu20030.56Daniel Yankelovich on public opinion researchInterviewsBill Moyers talks with the survey pioneer recently named one of the 20th century's ten most influential people in the area of public policy. From his vast experience in the field, Daniel Yankelovich explains the agendas behind public opinion research, homing in on its uses and abuses by special interest groups. He also discusses the integral link between the economy and education, as well as what Americans can do to become poll savvy581ocn062294122visu20050.29Katrina, the response"In the wake of Katrina, many around the nation are asking: what's next for New Orleans and the Gulf Coast? In KATRINA : THE RESPONSE, a special one-hour town hall meeting from Baton Rouge, NOW gathers a group of evacuees, rescuers, and government officials for a candid, emotional discussion of the storm, the aftermath, and the way forward"--Container571ocn054963817visu20040.59Katie Roiphe on pornography, censorship, and feminismInterviews"How damaging to society, and women in particular, is the proliferation of pornography? And how is the tension resolved between community standards and First Amendment rights? Bill Moyers talks to Katie Roiphe, feminist critic and author of The morning after : sex, fear, and feminism [on campus]. Expanding on may of the ideas in her book, Roiphe discusses how restrictions on pornography could lead to more general censorship, while widespread access actually undermines pornography's fascination." -- Container561ocn077568086visu20060.28Moyers on AmericaThe Net @ risk -- A boon to computer users, broadband has meant fast Internet services for millions. But as the phone and cable giants that operate these networks consider the profits to be made by controlling the content and delivery of the Internet, Net Neutrality - and the easy sharing of ideas and opinions that goes with it - may soon become a thing of the past in America474ocn055802943visu20030.35Karen Armstrong on religious fundamentalismTopics include the psychological impact of religious fundamentalism, the concept of sacredness, the relationship between religion and psychology, and the connections among the three religions of the Book+-+0235301825471ocn057731660visu20040.23PerspectivesInterviewsThis anthology features discussions and thoughtful analysis on a diversity of subjects. Includes discussions with author George Farah, novelist Arundhati Roy, author Richard Rodriguez, anthropologist Clea Koff, and humanities scholar Paul Woodruff+-+3968086796+-+3968086796Thu Oct 16 15:34:41 EDT 2014batch20260