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A poor man shames us all ; and, Inventing reality

著者: Biniman Productions.; Adrian Malone Productions.; British Broadcasting Corporation. Television Service.
出版商: [Toronto] : Biniman Productions and Telefilm Canada ; Richmond, B.C. : New Vision Media [distributor], 1992. --
丛书: Millennium (Television program), episodes 7-8
版本/格式:   视频 : Beta : 盒式录像带   视觉资料 : 英语
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Episode seven: A poor man shames us all : Explores the alternative views of wealth and society that are exhibited in the lives of tribal cultures and Western societies. This programme takes viewers from a New York ad agency to the Weyewa of Indonesia and the Gabra of Kenya to show how the characteristics of the free market economy contrast with tribal conceptions of wealth through economies of dependence on people,
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所有的著者/提供者: Biniman Productions.; Adrian Malone Productions.; British Broadcasting Corporation. Television Service.
OCLC号码: 728036738
语言注释: Closed captioned videorecording.
注意: A co-production of Biniman Productions Ltd., Adrian Malone Productions Ltd., BBC-TV, and KCET, Los Angeles, in association with the Globol Television Network, and the participation of Rogers Telefund and Telefilm Canada.
Portfolio catalogued with pt.1-2 accompanies all volumes in this series.
制作人员: Written by Adrian Malone; editor, Michael Fuller; produced by Michael Grant and Richard Meech.
演员: Host/anthropological advisor, David Maybury-Lewis.
描述: 1 videocassette (120 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in. (VHS)
丛书名: Millennium (Television program), episodes 7-8
其他题名: Inventing reality.

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Episode seven: A poor man shames us all : Explores the alternative views of wealth and society that are exhibited in the lives of tribal cultures and Western societies. This programme takes viewers from a New York ad agency to the Weyewa of Indonesia and the Gabra of Kenya to show how the characteristics of the free market economy contrast with tribal conceptions of wealth through economies of dependence on people, not possessions.

Episode eight: Inventing reality : Have our needs for certainty and objectivity in our lives closed off the magical influence of the natural world? Through a visit with the Huichol of Mexico and a Toronto cancer treatment centre, shows how the certainties of science can combine with natural conceptions of physical disease. Also visit Australian Aborigines to ask the question - is reality something we shape, or does it shape us?

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