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Family & Social Changes
Item# 58548
© 2014
 31 Min.

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DVD (Chaptered) ISBN: 978-0-81609-980-1

For a long time, sociologists developed theories about something called ‘the family.’ This program illustrates changes in the structure, organization and culture of family and how this can be linked t... (more details)

Canada/South Africa—Granpower!
Item# 58242
© 2014
 30 Min.

DVD (Chaptered) ISBN: 978-0-81609-824-8

How did an 89-year old grandmother turn a chance encounter into a revolution? In a small country town in Canada in 2004, ex-pat Australian Norma Geggie had a glimmer of an idea–a plan to support grand... (more details)

India: The Baby Makers
Item# 58239
© 2014
 30 Min.

DVD (Chaptered) ISBN: 978-0-81609-821-7

Surrogacy is big business in India. It’s now worth hundreds of millions of dollars a year—fueled by tax breaks for medical tourism, childless couples around the world trying to start a family, and you... (more details)

Love under Fire: The Story of Bertha and Potter Palmer
Item# 57203
© 2013
 26 Min.

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DVD (Chaptered) ISBN: 978-0-81609-190-4

In the 19th century, Chicago was a wild, marshy, muddy town. For many travelers headed to the West Coast, it was an outpost to pass through on the way to anywhere else. But a few industrious individua... (more details)

Time to Live: Women, Keeping the World Turning
Item# 55019
© 2012
 52 Min.

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DVD (Chaptered) ISBN: 978-0-81609-625-1

Whether they are French, Japanese, Russian, Chinese Indian, Brazilian, Tunisian…their individual life stories—personal or professional—are an indicator of the progress that has been achieved in just o... (more details)

Kelly and Her Sisters Grow Up
Item# 54422
© 2012
 48 Min.

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DVD (Chaptered) ISBN: 978-0-81609-060-0

This documentary updates viewers on Kelly and her five sisters. The girls first appeared when they all lived at home in a condemned housing estate with a mother and father who were unemployed and livi... (more details)

They Think I'm Chinese
Item# 58177
© 2011
 52 Min.

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Thousands of girls who were in the first wave of Chinese children to be adopted in Québec in the 1990s have reached adolescence. The filmmaker focused her lens on five of them and accompanied them thr... (more details)

Conceiving Family: Stories of Gay and Lesbian Adoption
Item# 53303
© 2011
 50 Min.

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DVD (Chaptered) ISBN: 978-1-61753-946-6

Following filmmaker Amy Bohigian and her partner as they adopt 15-month-old twins, this program highlights the legal, social, and personal difficulties that accompany the rewards of parenthood when ga... (more details)

Infidelity: Why Do We Cheat?
Item# 52246
© 2011
 66 Min.

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DVD (Chaptered) ISBN: 978-1-61753-724-0

Infidelity has existed since the beginning of time, universally condemned and universally practiced. It’s often reduced to black-and-white portraits of betrayer and betrayed, yet it is precisely this... (more details)

Men in Affairs: Infidelity
Item# 52247
© 2011
 22 Min.

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DVD (Chaptered) ISBN: 978-1-61753-725-7

Julio, Mark, and Albert are all having affairs, yet all want to stay married. They love their wives, and contend that without cheating their marriages would be in grave danger. Why do these men betray... (more details)

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