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Cultural anthropology : Our diverse world

Author: William A HavilandJohn MarshallBarbra E EricksonThomas M UrbanJohn J SheaAll authors
Publisher: [Fountain Valley, CA.] : Coast Learning Systems ; New York : Distributed by Insight Media, ©2008.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Documentary films
Educational films
Named Person: John Marshall; John Marshall
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: William A Haviland; John Marshall; Barbra E Erickson; Thomas M Urban; John J Shea; Cynthia Close; Frank Meza, M.D.; Laurie Melby; Wendy Moulton-Tate; Cody Farley; Wendy A Rakochy; Camille Dixon; Mikel Hogan-Garcia; Harry Hughes; Fred Martin; George Stupar; Scott Dugdale; Cengage Learning (Firm); Coast Learning Systems.; Coast Community College District.; Insight Media (Firm)
OCLC Number: 779627104
Notes: Based on the book Cultural anthropology : the human challenge / William A. Haviland ... [et al.]
Credits: Series producer, Laurie R. Melby ; producer-director, Wendy A. Rakochy ; associate producer, Marie Hulett ; writers, Cody Farley, Wendy A. Rakochy ; production assistant, Martin Valles ; instructional designer, Robert D. Nash ; lead advisor, Mikel Hogan ; additional advisors, Wendy Birky, Naomi H. Bishop, Barbra E. Erickson, Monica Rothschild-Boros, Linda D. Light ; directors of photography, Harry Hughes, Fred Martin, George Stupar ; audio, Patrick Allen, John Lifavi ; editor, Trip Gould ; music, Scott Dugdale ; executive producers, Dan Jones, Laurie R. Melby.
Cast: Interviewees: Dr. Barbra E. Erickson, Thomas Urban, Dr. John Shea, Cynthia Close, and Frank Meza, M.D.
Performer(s): Narrated by Camille Dixon. Features footage from filmmaker John Marshall's documentary "A Kalahari Family," which includes some dialogue spoken in the Kung-Ekoka language and English subtitles.
Description: 2 videodiscs (ca. 476 min.) : sd., col. with b&w stills ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Contents: Disc 1: Lesson 1: Essence of anthropology --
Lesson 2: Characteristics of culture --
Lesson 3: Becoming human --
Lesson 4: Communication and culture --
Lesson 5: Social identity, personality and gender --
Lesson 6: Subsistence systems --
Lesson 7: Economic systems --
Lesson 8 : Sex and marriage --
Lesson 9: Marriage and family --
Lesson 10: Kinship and descent --
Lesson 11: Grouping by gender, age, common interest and class --
Lesson 12: Politics, power and violence. Disc 2: Lesson 13: Religion and spirituality --
Lesson 14: The Arts --
Lesson 15: Processes of change --
Lesson 16: Global challenges and anthropology --
Lesson 17: Applied anthropology.
Responsibility: Coast Learning Systems ; CENGAGE Learning.

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