February 14, 2008

New Videorecordings (Part 8) Social Sciences titles

OK, it's February 14, so here are some new video titles that deal with all kinds of human relationships.

If you see a title you want, click on the title to see the library's record; if the item status is in cataloguing click on the request link and we will have it ready for you, usually by the next business day.

Gender and relationships Explores the differences in the ways that men and women experience love relationships.

The human mind and how to make the most of it. Series includes 3 titles: Making friends Professor Robert Winston reveals what happens when we meet, talk and argue - and how to tell whether you are getting on with someone and what to do about it if you are not. Personality what it is that makes us who we are and uncovers the universal battle we face to master our emotions and control our behaviour? Get Smart what happens in our minds when we learn, remember and have original ideas.

Sex, Love, & Relationships the physical, emotional, spiritual and character consequences of teen involvement in sexual activity.

Wings Like a Dove hope and healing to abused women and valuable information for religious and community groups.

World Without Fathers or Husbands the Mosuo people, a matriarchal and matrilocal subgroup of the Naxi living in Yunnan Province where there are no fathers, husbands or marriages

My ancestors were rogue and murderers a thoughtful contribution to the debate on Canada's seal hunt. View clips

Harm Reduction Describes some of the challenges facing the non-prescription needle user, and emphasizes how harm reduction techniques can and do effect positive change - decreasing the devastating human and economic burden addictions place on society.

Northern Portraits one hour collection of biographical vignettes on the lifestyles and spirits of Canadian women.

Reservation. Part I Life on the Esketemc-Shuswap First Nations reserve near Williams Lake, B.C. Reservation. Part II, Reservation. Part III, Reservation. Part IV, Reservation. Part V

Two World Colliding two police officers in Saskatoon dumping aboriginals in a barren field on the city outskirts at below freezing temperatures. View excerpt

Wards of the Crown Follows four youths for 10 months as they prepare to leave foster care.

Whatever You Did for one... a video of volunteers and former prisoners. Commemorating the 40th anniversary of The M2/W2 Association, a restorative Christian ministry in prison settings,

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