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15 Ways to Handle Today’s Stress
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(Films Media Group), 15 page(s)
This program teaches how to deal with stress. It discusses the importance of controlling only what is possible to control, talking with others, reducing intake of caffeine, learning relaxation techniques, keeping things in perspective, learning not to dwell on problems, and laughing.
(Films Media Group), 15 page(s)
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9/11 Backlash: Being Muslim in America
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(Discovery Channel School, 2005), 25 mins, 25 page(s)
This DVD discusses Islam, explores the challenges facing Muslims trying to fit their religion into mainstream culture in the U.S., and considers struggles since September 11. It looks at such issues as Hollywood typecasting of Arabs as villains and features interviews with an ethnically and nationally diverse grou...
(Discovery Channel School, 2005), 25 mins, 25 page(s)
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Active Parenting for Stepfamilies: Finding Your Way — Stepfamily Communication and Problem Solving
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(Active Parenting Publishers), 31 page(s)
This program explores effective roles for stepparents. It shows how to build new relationships, looks at communication stumbling blocks, and discusses the problem-handling model.
(Active Parenting Publishers), 31 page(s)
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Administration of Projective Tests
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(Penn State Media Sales, 1951), 19 mins, 19 page(s)
In this program, Burgess Meredith acts as a test subject to demonstrate a variety of standard projective tests, including the TAT, Szondi, and sentence completion tests.
(Penn State Media Sales, 1951), 19 mins, 19 page(s)
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Adolescence and Other Temporary Mental Disorders
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(Boys Town, 2010), 1 hour 15 mins, 75 page(s)
Featuring thought-provoking and humorous examples, this program explains how seemingly insane or irrational teenage behavior can be explained by the different rates of development of different parts of the brain. It shows how outbursts, risk-taking, and thoughtless or embarrassing behaviors result when the limbic...
(Boys Town, 2010), 1 hour 15 mins, 75 page(s)
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Adolescence: Cognitive and Moral Development
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(Magna Systems, 1995), 29 mins, 29 page(s)
This DVD examines the development of logical, abstract thinking in puberty and explains that this form of thought is limited by the egocentrism of adolescence. The program also considers the impact of family, schools, and the media on adolescent thinking and moral reasoning.
(Magna Systems, 1995), 29 mins, 29 page(s)
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Adolescent and Adult Development
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(Coastline Community College, 2001), 30 mins, 30 page(s)
This DVD investigates the role of peer relationships in adolescent development and introduces Kohlberg’s theory of moral development. It also examines Erikson’s stages of psychosocial development, considers significant events in adulthood, discusses the myths surrounding aging, and presents and biological fact...
(Coastline Community College, 2001), 30 mins, 30 page(s)
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Adolescent Cognition: Thinking in a New Key
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(Davidson Films), 30 page(s)
Exploring the works of Piaget, Erikson, and Goffman, this program addresses the cognitive changes that occur in adolescence. It features David Elkind, who examines the intellectual, emotional, and social consequences of changes in thinking.
(Davidson Films), 30 page(s)
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After Silence: Civil Rights and the Japanese-American Experience
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(Bullfrog Films, 2003), 30 mins, 30 page(s)
This program examines civil rights and explores the Word War II Japanese-American internment through the lens of September 11. It profiles Frank Kitamoto, who spent more than three years in an internment camp, and emphasizes the need to safeguard individuals’ constitutional rights. Recommended, Video Librarian.
(Bullfrog Films, 2003), 30 mins, 30 page(s)
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Age
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(Dallas County Community College District, 2002), 30 mins, 30 page(s)
This DVD examines the sociological definition of age and the societal implications of an aging population. It defines such key terms as gerontology, age cohort, rites of passage, and life expectancy.
(Dallas County Community College District, 2002), 30 mins, 30 page(s)
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