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Waves of change

Author: Glenn D KammenCaleen Sisk-FrancoJulie Cassidy, archeologist.Arlie Russell HochschildJohn J MacionisAll authors
Publisher: Pasadena, Calif. : Intelecom, 2005.
Series: Way we live : introduction to sociology, 22.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"What is social change and what are its causes?" This final lesson of the series provides a deeper understanding of both the concepts and the consequences at the heart of social change. As a case study this segment documents how the Winnemen Wintu, a Native American tribe in the Shasta-Trinity Area of Northern California, have been negatively impacted by U.S. Government water and land policies.
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Glenn D Kammen; Caleen Sisk-Franco; Julie Cassidy, archeologist.; Arlie Russell Hochschild; John J Macionis; David A Smith; Edna Bonacich; Craig J Calhoun; Christopher K Chase-Dunn; Claude S Fischer; INTELECOM Intelligent Telecommunications (Firm)
OCLC Number: 63146778
Performer(s): Narrator: Merrilyn Crouch.
Commentary: Caleen Sisk-Franco, Julie Cassidy, Arlie Hochschild, John J. Macionis, David A. Smith, Edna Bonacich, Craig Calhoun, Chris Chase-Dunn, Claude Fischer.
Description: 1 videodisc (27 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Series Title: Way we live : introduction to sociology, 22.
Other Titles: Waves of change, social change
Responsibility: produced and written by Glenn Kammen.

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"What is social change and what are its causes?" This final lesson of the series provides a deeper understanding of both the concepts and the consequences at the heart of social change. As a case study this segment documents how the Winnemen Wintu, a Native American tribe in the Shasta-Trinity Area of Northern California, have been negatively impacted by U.S. Government water and land policies.

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