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|Additional Physical Format:||Originally produced:
Cambridge Educational (Firm), 2009
|Material Type:||Clipart/images/graphics, Internet resource, Videorecording|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File, Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Craig Claudin; Steve Mohl; Amy Weber; Melissa Hughes; Tracey D Sims; William Allen; Martha G Scott; Donald E Shelton; D E Simmons; Rusty Mehwa; Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm); Radish Creative Group.; Films Media Group.
|Notes:||Title from title frames.
Originally produced in 2009.
Available on Films on demand.
Is American citizenship all about personal freedom and the rights of the individual? Or should the concept of the good citizen take precedence, underscoring the duties and contributions an individual owes to society? Where does immigration fit in? This program helps students sift through various meanings of American citizenship and the historical forces that have shaped it. With energetic visuals, expert interviews, and examples from past political struggles, the video explores citizen rights as given in the Constitution and the Bill of Rights; iterations of federal immigration law through the years; the history of Ellis Island as a conduit into citizenship; civic responsibilities and active citizenship; civil liberties and their importance; equal protection under the law; and more.
|Credits:||Director of photography, Curt Massof ; editor, Jodi Gonska, Robert Sturm.|
|Performer(s):||Commentary, William Allen, Martha G. Scott, Judge Donald E. Shelton, Judge David Simmons ; narrator, Rusty Mehwa.|
|Description:||1 streaming video file (24 min.) : digital, sound, color, SWF file, MWV file, MOV file : 700 Kbps, 400 Kbps, 1.5 Mbps.|
|Details:||System requirements: Microsoft Internet Explorer; Firefox; Adobe Flash Player or Windows MediaPlayer or Apple QuickTime.; Mode of access: World Wide Web.|
|Contents:||Ellis Island --
Immigration restrictions --
Civic duties and responsibilities --
Core democratic values --
Civil liberties --
Equal protection --
Protecting the disabled --
The U.S. Constitution: a living document.
|Series Title:||Your government--how it works.|
|Other Titles:||Films on demand.|
|Responsibility:||Films for the Humanities and Sciences ; Radish Creative ; executive producers, Craig Claudin, Steve Mohl, Amy S. Weber, Melissa Hughes ; producer, Melissa Hughes ; writer, Tracey D. Sims.|
- Citizenship -- United States.
- Emigration and immigration.
- Political participation -- United States.
- United States. -- Constitution.
- Constitutional law -- United States -- History.
- Constitutional history -- United States.
- Civil rights -- United States.
- United States -- Politics and government -- Study and teaching.
- United States -- History -- Study and teaching.
- Constitution (United States)
- Civil rights.
- Constitutional history.
- Constitutional law.
- Political participation.
- Politics and government -- Study and teaching.
- Study skills.
- United States.