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|Additional Physical Format:||Originally produced:
Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm), 2009
|Material Type:||Clipart/images/graphics, Internet resource, Videorecording|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File, Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||Films on Demand.; Films Media Group.|
|Notes:||Title from resource description page (viewed Dec. 08, 2010).
"Despite the progress of the international women's movement in exposing and correcting human rights abuses against females, in many countries women are still fighting to attain the most basic of civil liberties. This program contextualizes that struggle by comparing women's rights in the U.S. with the status of women in China, Afghanistan, and Kenya. Hopeful signs such as rising levels of education for girls, female representation in government, and business opportunities for women are contrasted with the continuing practice of age-old antithetical abuses that have yet to be eliminated-nonconsensual marriage and severe domestic violence, to name two-and the demoralizing effect of seeing hard-won rights overturned. Some content may be objectionable. A Films for the Humanities & Sciences Production. A part of the series Global Issues. (26 minutes)."
|Description:||1 streaming video (26 minutes.)|
|Details:||Mode of access: Internet.|
|Contents:||Women Around the World (2:55) --
International Women's Movement (1:18) --
Women's Movement in the US (3:52) --
China (1:01) --
Confucianism (1:15) --
Effect of Communism on Women's Rights (0:46) --
Trafficking and Sexism (2:34) --
Career Choice (0:53) --
Afghanistan (3:04) --
Women Enslaved (2:51) --
Poverty and Aids (3:30) --
Global Fight (1:16).
|Series Title:||Global issues series (New York, N.Y.)|