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Action! Teacher Video - UK/India, 4, Indian Journey
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produced by Cornucopia Productions Ltd, in Action! Teacher Video - UK/India, 4 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2008), 14 mins
"Returning from a trip to India, Joanna Gilbert from Brough Primary School in Yorkshire has used images to explore community cohesion with her gifted and talented pupils, and has made a video about it. Joanna and her 'India Group' of pupils start by asking, 'Who do we think we are?' Then they look at images and v...
produced by Cornucopia Productions Ltd, in Action! Teacher Video - UK/India, 4 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2008), 14 mins
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China Functional Roles
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produced by Atma Global (New York, NY: Atma Global, 2013), 2 mins
This video, produced by Atma Global, is about organizational hierachies in China.
produced by Atma Global (New York, NY: Atma Global, 2013), 2 mins
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China Vs India Who Will Win
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produced by Atma Global (New York, NY: Atma Global, 2011), 18 mins
India and China are among the world’s fastest growing economies which jointly contribute nearly 30% to global economic growth as the balance of economic power continues to shift from West to East. Both China and India are not emerging economies, they are actually “re-emerging.” China and India have particula...
produced by Atma Global (New York, NY: Atma Global, 2011), 18 mins
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Choices & Change: Macroeconomics, Economies in Transition: Part 4
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directed by Ken Harrison, fl. 1969-1999; produced by Ken Harrison, fl. 1969-1999, Dallas TeleLearning, in Choices & Change: Macroeconomics (Dallas, TX: Dallas County Community College District, 2000), 6 mins
Economies in Transition presents the political and economic situations in the former Soviet Union and the struggle to achieve stability after a near collapse. It shows why transformation to a market system from a command system is challenging, and offers possible solutions.
directed by Ken Harrison, fl. 1969-1999; produced by Ken Harrison, fl. 1969-1999, Dallas TeleLearning, in Choices & Change: Macroeconomics (Dallas, TX: Dallas County Community College District, 2000), 6 mins
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Choices & Change: Macroeconomics, Lesson 7, Part 2, Economic Growth: Part 2
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directed by Ken Harrison, fl. 1969-1999; produced by Ken Harrison, fl. 1969-1999, Dallas TeleLearning, in Choices & Change: Macroeconomics, Lesson 7, Part 2 (Dallas, TX: Dallas County Community College District, 2000), 9 mins
Economic Growth addresses the desire to increase standards of living, examining savings rates, technological advances and investments. Challenges faced by the countries of the former Soviet Union and others are explored.
directed by Ken Harrison, fl. 1969-1999; produced by Ken Harrison, fl. 1969-1999, Dallas TeleLearning, in Choices & Change: Macroeconomics, Lesson 7, Part 2 (Dallas, TX: Dallas County Community College District, 2000), 9 mins
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The Shaman
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produced by Cai Hua; in Daba / Na Shaman (Teacher's Edition) (London, England: Royal Anthropological Institute, 1999, first release 1999), 14 mins

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Lesson Purpose: Students will define the term ‘shaman’ and understand how shamans pass on their knowledge.

Main Theme: Knowledge and Belief

Other Themes: Culture and Cultural Change; Ritual and Symbolism

produced by Cai Hua; in Daba / Na Shaman (Teacher's Edition) (London, England: Royal Anthropological Institute, 1999, first release 1999), 14 mins
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Disappearing World, The Herders of Mongun-Taiga (Teacher's Edition)
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directed by John Sheppard; produced by John Sheppard, in Disappearing World (London, England: Royal Anthropological Institute), 55 mins

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The Tuvinians live deep inside the Soviet Union, at the very centre of Asia-. Tuva is geographically closer to Beijing than to Moscow. It only entered the USSR in 1944 and was closed to foreigners until 1988. According to the film-makers the last known British visitors were me...

directed by John Sheppard; produced by John Sheppard, in Disappearing World (London, England: Royal Anthropological Institute), 55 mins
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Fragile Earth, The Goddess and the Computer (Teacher's Edition)
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directed by Steve Lansing and Andre Singer, fl. 1975; produced by Andre Singer, fl. 1975 and Steve Lansing, in Fragile Earth (London, England: Royal Anthropological Institute, 1989), 56 mins

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This film, made for Channel Four Television's Fragile Earth series, follows two American irrigation scientists who are seeking to understand the ancient Balinese irrigation system and forestall further environmental problems. Using traditional methods of cultivation, a single...

directed by Steve Lansing and Andre Singer, fl. 1975; produced by Andre Singer, fl. 1975 and Steve Lansing, in Fragile Earth (London, England: Royal Anthropological Institute, 1989), 56 mins
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Guanxi and Woofies: Doing Business in China
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produced by Atma Global (New York, NY: Atma Global, 2011), 17 mins
Home to more than 1.3 billion people, China is one of the fastest growing countries in the world. As global companies continue to enter its market, China’s large bureaucracy can be challenging to navigate. Viewers will learn more about how companies can enter the Chinese market and cultural and country specific...
produced by Atma Global (New York, NY: Atma Global, 2011), 17 mins
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Hong Kong Business Gift Giving
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produced by Atma Global (New York, NY: Atma Global, 2013), 3 mins
This instructional video, produced by Atma Global, is about business gift giving practices in Hong Kong.
produced by Atma Global (New York, NY: Atma Global, 2013), 3 mins
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