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Scale : measuring might in the media age

Author: Alexandra JuhaszYvonne WelbonPaul HillKevin JonesPitzer College Media StudiesAll authors
Publisher: Claremont, CA : [s. n.], ©2007
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English
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SCALE is the portrait of an activist as a young woman in the media age as told by her older sister, a media activist who has become less sure of what works. In May 2005, activist videomaker Alexandra Juhasz decides to address her confusion about the peoples power to end the war, by focusing her camera upon her sister peace and anti-globalization activist and policy expert, Antonia Juhasz .
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Genre/Form: interviews
Named Person: Alexandra Juhasz; Amy Goodman; Greg Palast; Susan Sarandon; Cindy Sheehan
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Alexandra Juhasz; Yvonne Welbon; Paul Hill; Kevin Jones; Pitzer College Media Studies; Pitzer College
OCLC Number: 319063144
Notes: Filmed in Pasadena, San Francisco, Claremont, CA, New York, Washington, D.C. Seattle, London, Boulder, CO, Columbus, OH, and Los Angeles.
Interviews with: Amy Goodman, Greg Palast, Susan Sarandon, Cindy Sheehan
Produced with support from Pitzer College, Claremont Graduate University, the Institute for the Study of Women and Gender in the Arts and Media, Columbia College, Chicago and Wexner Center Media Arts Program, the Ohio State University.
Music: "Stacked" by Shitting Glitter and "Codepink" by Emma's Revolution.
Description: 1 videodisc (60 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Responsibility: directed, written with camera and sound by Alexandra Juhasz, produced by Yvonne Welbon.

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SCALE is the portrait of an activist as a young woman in the media age as told by her older sister, a media activist who has become less sure of what works. In May 2005, activist videomaker Alexandra Juhasz decides to address her confusion about the peoples power to end the war, by focusing her camera upon her sister peace and anti-globalization activist and policy expert, Antonia Juhasz .

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