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|Material Type:||Videorecording, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Larry Adelman; James Rutenbeck; Llewellyn Smith; Vital Pictures (Firm); National Minority Consortia (U.S.); California Newsreel (Firm); Moffitt Library (Berkeley, Calif.). Media Resources Center.; et al
|Notes:||Streaming video (30 min.).
Originally produced for American public television in 2008.
Container insert includes summary and complete contents of each episode.
|Credits:||Directed and produced by James Rutenbeck ; editors, Andrea Williams, James Rutenbeck, Chuck Scott ; composer, Claudio Ragazzi ; director of photography, Richard Chisolm.|
|Performer(s):||Narrator, Llewellyn M. Smith.|
|Reproduction Notes:||Electronic reproduction: Berkeley, CA : Media Resources Center, Moffitt Library (University of California, Berkeley), 2008. Digitized from videodisc distributed by California Newsreel.|
|Details:||System requirements: Windows media software.; Mode of access: World Wide Web.|
|Other Titles:||Unnatural causes : Is inequality making us sick?
Is inequality making us sick?
Not just a paycheck
|Responsibility:||produced by California Newsreel in association with Vital Pictures ... [et al.] ; presented by National Minority Consortia ; series creator & executive producer, Larry Adelman.|
Not just a paycheck: "Residents of Western Michigan struggle against depression, domestic violence and higher rates of heart disease and diabetes after the largest refrigerator factory in the country shuts down. Ironically, the plant is owned by a company in Sweden, where mass layoffs, far from devastating lives, are relatively benign because of government policies that protect and retrain workers."
- Social status -- Health aspects -- United States.
- Discrimination in medical care -- United States.
- Environmental health -- United States.
- Unemployed -- Health and hygiene -- Michigan.
- Unemployed -- Health and hygiene -- Sweden.
- Medical care -- United States -- Evaluation.