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Enough rope with Andrew Denton : Stewart Appleby.

Autor: Andrew Denton; ABC-TV (Australia)
Editorial: 2008.
Edición/Formato:   Video DVD : Inglés (eng)
Base de datos:WorldCat
Resumen:
"Mark Twain famously described golf as a good walk ruined. What he missed was a sport about fractions of millimetres, a high stakes high risk often brutal game where a split second of bad luck or timing can derail everything. Stuart Appleby, one of the best golfers we have produced, knows the same is true of life""
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Persona designada: Stuart Appleby; Philip Zimbardo; Julia Deville
Tipo de material: Grabación de video
Tipo de documento: Material visual
Todos autores / colaboradores: Andrew Denton; ABC-TV (Australia)
Número OCLC: 316438203
Notas: Off-air recording of ABC1 broadcast November 17, 2008 Copied under Part VA of the Copyright Act.
Artista(s) : Andrew Denton.
Descripción: 1 videodisc (55 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Detalles: DVD
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"Mark Twain famously described golf as a good walk ruined. What he missed was a sport about fractions of millimetres, a high stakes high risk often brutal game where a split second of bad luck or timing can derail everything. Stuart Appleby, one of the best golfers we have produced, knows the same is true of life""

"When it was released, most of the world was shocked by the images of soldiers brutalising prisoners. But Dr Philip Zimbardo saw it and recognised it from his own work. He then set out to try and defend the soldier who did it. Please welcome a psychologist who has dedicated much of his career to answering the question - what makes good people turn evil? The creator of the famous Stanford Prison Experiment, Dr Philip Zimbardo."

"For Show and Tell, Andrew talks to Julia Deville about being a taxidermist."

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