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Fri Mar 21 17:08:30 2014 UTClccn-no940341500.47Qualitative methods0.510.63Laban for actors the 8 effort actions /264496291no 940341503700052lccn-n78065756Coastline Community Collegelccn-n79070898Dallas County Community College Districtlccn-n80046183Coast Community College Districtprolccn-n2003110343McIlwain, Charlton D.1971-lccn-nr2005005152Mahoney, Billieproivrlccn-no2002080355Coast Learning Systemslccn-no2007073463Odyssey Productions LLClccn-no98128144Video Education Australasiapblprolccn-n80132272KOCE-TV (Television station : Huntington Beach, Calif.)lccn-n89125190Promedion (Firm)Insight Media (Firm)Cross-cultural studiesDramaFilm adaptationsNonverbal communicationImprisonment--ExperimentsPrison psychology--ExperimentsCommunication and cultureBody languageFacial expressionIntercultural communicationPrison psychologyGestureSocial sciences--Research--MethodologyThought and thinkingCritical thinkingCommunication--Social aspectsHuman behaviorZimbardo, Philip GImprisonmentResearch--MethodologySocial sciences--Statistical methodsQualitative researchQuantitative researchContent analysis (Communication)Imprisonment--Psychological aspectsNonverbal communication--Sex differencesCultural awarenessSocial psychology--ResearchCritical thinking--Study and teachingObedienceAuthorityCultural pluralismMovement (Acting)LabanotationResearch--Moral and ethical aspectsSurveys--MethodologySuicidal behaviorDecision makingProblem solvingMoralities, EnglishCross-cultural orientationEverymanChristian pilgrims and pilgrimagesMoralitiesExperimental designResearch--EvaluationCommunication in scienceTechnical writingReport writingEnglish drama--RestorationCommunication--Sex differencesInterpersonal communicationNursing--Standards19581969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220136798945345987303.482HV6089ocn226300144ocn652415822ocn778634372ocn054808167ocn029012364ocn060856845ocn232609301ocn156845385ocn084919230ocn569384582ocn780714046ocn780713846ocn780713970ocn780714124ocn7807139036895ocn062124984visu20050.50Cross-cultural communication how culture affects communicationIssues in cross-cultural communication are examined including public behavior, taboos, power, stereotyping, time conceptualization, socialization, direct and indirect communication and high context versus low context cultures6103ocn061514180visu20050.50Nonverbal communication and cultureCross-cultural studiesThis program examines nonverbal communication in different cultures. It looks at personal space; body language including gestures, inflection, eye contact, smiling and other facial expressions; and posture. It demonstrates how the same gesture can be interpreted in different ways5216ocn023246416visu19910.56Insight MediaEveryman a moral playDramaFilm adaptationsA presentation of the classic 15th-century morality play of the same name4778ocn071324922visu20060.47Qualitative methodsThis DVD on qualitative research methods in the social sciences is presented in 4 chapters. After stating that social science research is based on studying others so that we can better understand ourselves, the video shows how researchers can construct a symbolic world to explore individual and collective meanings to determine what motivates human behavior and how individuals relate to each other in their environment. Experts Charlton McIlwain, JoEllen Fisherkeller, Erich Dietrich, and Rodney Benson explain this, as well as how this research is used by the media, advertising corporations and governments in their efforts to influence people and their behavior3982ocn071325120visu20060.53Quantitative methodsDiscusses how social scientists study how and why people do what they do by looking at cause, effect, and mitigating factors that relate to cause and effect. Experts explain how governments, advertising agencies, and social scientists both conduct and use these studies. Includes interviews with Barbara Hummel-Rossi, Charlton McIlwain, Jacqueline Mattis3865ocn027951671visu19880.50Zimbardo, Philip GQuiet rage the Stanford prison studyIn the summer of 1971, Philip Zimbardo, Craig Haney, and Curtis Banks carried out a psychological experiment to test a simple question: What happens when you put good people in an evil place -- does humanity win over evil, or does evil triumph? College student volunteers were pretested and randomly assigned to play the role of prisoner or guard in a simulated prison at Stanford University. This film uses archival footage, flashbacks, post-experiment interviews with the prisoners and guards, and comparisons with real prisons. It documents the study from the surprise arrests of the participants by city police, to the termination of the study after only 6 days. The Stanford Prison Study remains one of the most famous studies conducted in the field of Social Psychology3602ocn212408902visu20070.50Dresser, NorineBody language cultural differencesCross-cultural studiesDiversity specialist Norine Dresser outlines differences in behaviors among non-U.S. cultures and introduces multicultural manners. The program covers such topics as greetings, shaking hands, eye contact, smiling, embracing, and kissing; emphasizes that acceptable norms vary among cultures and examines cultural variations in eating customs3342ocn263436007visu20080.47Chaffee, JohnIntroduction to critical thinkingExplores critical thinking. Covers the differences between critical and creative thinking; the characteristics of critical thinkers; the ways in which beliefs affect critical thinking; the use of language to clarify thinking; differences between fact and opinion; cause and effect; perceptions; and the uses of reports, inferences, and judgments in critical thinking--from Insight Media website (www.insight-media.com)3073ocn038871389visu19970.63Laban for actors the 8 effort actionsPresentation of a workshop for actors in the use of part of Rudolf von Laban's system to add variety and clarity to their physical work2904ocn269248216visu20080.50Research ethicsThis program examines ethical issues in social and natural sciences research and in health research. It covers such topics as plagiarism, crediting and citing sources, falsification of data, the use of human and animal subjects, informed consent, privacy, confidentiality, and conflicts of interest2853ocn226157414visu20070.50Research design the surveyShows how to design surveys for research. Explains what a survey is, how to design and conduct a survey, and how to analyze and report the results2782ocn298412718visu20080.47Chaffee, JohnCritical thinking analyzing problems and decisions"This program shows how to apply the elements of critical thinking to analyze problems and make informed decisions. It covers such topics as inductive versus deductive reasoning; the relevance of arguments; logic, logical analysis, and logical fallacies; decision analysis; and problem solving"--Publisher's website2611ocn032943249visu19930.53Cross cultural communication in diverse settingsDiscusses the processes and elements of intercultural communication both verbal and nonverbal2465ocn226300144visu20070.50Research design the experimentExplains when experiment-based research is appropriate and teaches the basics of designing and conducting an experiment. It considers pros and cons of this methodology, looks at different experimental methods, and discusses sampling and data collection2453ocn026654520visu19920.63Wycherley, WilliamScenes from the country wifeFilm adaptationsKey excerpts from the comedy of manners which paints an unflattering picture of the worldly hypocrites, would-be wits and fools who infested London in the late 17th century2362ocn265803972visu20080.50Understanding research"Introducing the basic components of a research study, this program examines the ways in which research studies are reported and teaches how to read and understand them. It outlines the structure of a scientific paper, defines important terms, considers the information that statistics provide about the value of a study, and shows how to evaluate the quality of information presented in a research study"--Publisher's website2355ocn181084779visu20070.50Morrison, MandyGender and communicationDiscussing communication differences between males and females, this program analyzes the differences among male-male, male-female, and female-female interactions2299ocn050668971visu19990.56Helping people at risk of suicide or self harmTeaches skills for assessing suicidal risk and managing situations where clients or hospitalized patients are at risk of self-harm. Includes assessment, crisis management, problem solving, and crisis prevention. Features scenarios that illustrate basic skills2234ocn056664367visu20040.47Interpreting nonverbal communicationIncludes information on understanding verbal communication, nonverbal patterns and symbols, projecting nonverbal communication, and misinterpreting nonverbal communication2221ocn180877737visu0.47Nursing and allied healthcare professionals Professionalism and self-presentationThis presentation addresses nursing and allied health professionals, and examines elements of professional behavior. The film covers communication with other health professionals, conflict management, and adherence to the chain of command. Also discussed are the value of presenting a professional appearance, the shared roles of all healthcare providers, and the importance of understanding one's professional roleFri Mar 21 15:50:50 EDT 2014batch93972