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The Examined life [videorecording]
Call Number: CD04590 (v.1) -
Publication Date: 1998
This series offer learners an in-depth analysis of the wisdom of the Western world by exploring the "great questions" that have intrigued philosophers from antiquity to the present, and by demonstrating how these classic questions still reverberate in society today.
Contents [v. 1.] Are interpretations true? -- [v. 2.] Are we social beings -- [v. 3.] Can rules define morality? -- [v. 4.] Can we know God through experience -- [v. 5.] Do we have free will? -- [v. 6.] Does God exist? -- [v. 7.] Does knowledge depend on experience? -- [v. 8.] Does the end justify the means? -- [v. 9.] Does the mind shape the world? -- [v. 10.] How do we encounter the world? -- [v.11.] How does science give us truth?[v. 12.] How does science add to knowledge? -- [v. 13.] Is ethics based on virtue? -- [v. 14.] Is mind distinct from body? -- [v. 15.] Is morality relative? -- [v. 16.] Is reason the source of knowledge? -- [v. 17.] Is there an enduring self? -- [v. 18.] Is time real? -- [v. 19.] Moral dilemmas ... can ethics help? -- [v. 20.] What is art? -- [v. 21.] What is human nature? -- [v. 22.] What is justice? -- [v. 23.] What is philosophy? -- [v. 24.] What is real? -- [v. 25.] What is the meaning of life? -- [v. 26.] What justifies the state?
The History of sociology [videorecording]
Call Number: CD07484
Publication Date: 2005
This program traces the evolution of social thought through the works of such seminal thinkers as Comte, Marx, Weber, and Mead. It covers major sociological movements, including social Darwinism, determinism, functionalism, and frame analysis.
Les Misérables : the musical event of a lifetime : in concert, the O2
Call Number: CD13655
Experience the event of a lifetime with this spectacular 25th anniversary celebration of one of the most popular musicals ever written. Honoring 25 years of this incredible show, this momentous film captures the excitement of two magnificent sold-out performances that were watched live around the world. With a phenomenal all-star cast and a company of over 500 additional artists and musicians.
Making sense of Christian morality [videorecording] / directed and produced by Doug Fisher
Call Number: CD05494
Publication Date: [2008?]
Summary "Provides insights into living Christian values. Shows how Christian morality makes sense in a time when we all have complex and challeging decisions to make."--Container.
Contents Christian moral living -- Bioethical issues -- Human sexuality -- The gospel is a social message : justice in the Christian tradition.
Manila by night : (City after dark) / a film by Ishmael Bernal.
Call Number: CD19156
Publication Date: 
"Manila by night a.k.a City after dark, is director Ishmael Bernal's and possibly Philippine Cinema's best work. Recognized locally and abroad, it probes the city's depravity and exposes its strangeness through a string of characters played by the most competent actors of its time."--Container.
Sociology. Volume 5, Social problems [videorecording]
Call Number: CD12594 - CD12595
Publication Date: 1997
Drinking water safety (World News Tonight/AA 6/1/95) (3:16 min.) -- Environmental protection challenge (World News Tonight/AA 2/28/95) (3:15 min.) -- Working off welfare, working on welfare reform (Nightline 6/19/95) (13:10 min.) -- The law and gay rights in America (Nightline 10/9/95) (9:15 min.)-- Mismanagement in schools-reading, writing, and rip-off? (Prime Time Live 5/3/95) (17:43 min.) -- HMO and managed care guidelines (world News Tonight/AA 11/20/95) (5:45 min.)
Sociology. Volume 9, Social problems, cassette one [videorecording]
Call Number: CD12592
Publication Date: [1997?]
Contents: Inside the mind (Prime Time Live 3/25/98) (6:15 min.) -- All the King's men (Prime Time Live 1/14/98) (16:08 min.) Recipe for violence (Prime Time Live 6/24/98) (7:16 min.) Horrific hate crime a Texas town (This Week with Sam & Cokie 6/14/98) (5:58 min.) -- Supreme court studies sexual harassment (This Week with Sam & Cokie 4/26/98) (11:56 min.)
The sociology of religion [videorecording]
Call Number: CD09218
Publication Date: 2007
This DVD considers religions role in culture. It covers such topics as secularism, atheism, and agnosticism; the dialectical relationship between religion and society; and Eastern and Western religions. The DVD also explores research methods and interpretative frameworks; the analyses of archival, historical, and documentary materials; and the theories of Comte, Weber, Marx, and Durkheim."--Distributor.
Sociology. Volume 9, Social problems, cassette two [videorecording]
Call Number: CD12590
Publication Date: [1997?]
ontents: America's fight against terrorism (This Week with Sam & Cokie 8/23/98) (12:36 min.) -- A Sea of alcohol (20/20 3/16/98) (12:36 min.) -- Fresh hazards (20/20 5/11/98) (15:05 min.) -- When yes means no (20/20 1/2/98) (12:37 min.)
Ethics in action [videorecording]
Call Number: CD11054 - CD110546
Publication Date: [c1998]
This video is divided into three segments: The first segment, Ethical decision making, examines the steps necessary in resolving ethical dilemmas and puts this model into practice through role-plays and discussion. The second segment, Values and the helping relationship, addresses the fact that evey counselor has a value system which is likely to impact the counseling relationship. Again, role-plays and discussion bring the issues to life. The final segment, Boundary issues and multiple relationships, addresses an ever-growing concern in practice regarding engaging in multiple roles and relationships with clients.