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Niall Ferguson; Lillian Chen; Melanie Fall; Adrian Pennink; James Runcie; Susannah Price; Chimerica Media.; Channel Four (Great Britain)
|注意：||Combined running time taken from containers: 288 min.; actual program running time: 283 min.
Extras: Educator's guide for Civilization : is the West history?
|餘額：||Director of photography, Dewald Aukema ; editor, Orly Danon [and others] ; series editor, Julian Hart ; composer, Malcolm Lindsay.|
|描述：||6 videodiscs (288 min.) : sound, color with black and white sequences ; 4 3/4 in.|
|詳述：||PC or Mac with DVD-ROM drive running Adobe Reader necessary to view PDFs (extras).; DVD; NTSC; widescreen presentation.|
|内容：||episode 1. Competition --
episode 2. Science --
episode 3. Property --
episode 4. Medicine --
episode 5. Consumerism --
episode 6. Work.
|責任：||[a Chimerica Media production for Channel 4] ; written and presented by Niall Ferguson ; field producers, Lillian Chen [and others] ; series producer, Melanie Fall ; series director Adrian Pennink ; director, James Runcie (episodes 2, 5) ; producer, Susannah Price (episode 4).|
Broadcast in 2011, this 6-part television series reviews the expansion of European civilization into Asia, the Americas and Africa. The question asked is now that the rest has learnt all six killer applications of the West, will Western civilization itself fade into history? The last scene of the series shows Ferguson, with nighttime Shanghai in the background, providing some answers to that question.
- Civilization, Western -- Juvenile films.
- Comparative civilization -- Juvenile films.
- East and West -- Juvenile films.
- Globalization -- Juvenile films.
- Hegemony -- History -- Juvenile films.
- Twenty-first century -- Juvenile films.
- World history -- Juvenile films.
- International relations -- History -- Juvenile films.
- Civilization, Western.
- East and West.
- World history.
- International relations.
- Comparative civilization.
- Twenty-first century.