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Mobility: Assisting With Crutches and Walkers


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Emphasis is on the role of the nurse and on basic safety precautions while assisting patients using a cane, crutches or walker. Use of the two, three and four-point gait is demonstrated.
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Intellectual Property: Copyright and All That Jazz!


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The panel guests cover the background and history of copyright law, the various rights and limitations relevant to copyrighted materials; a video clip of students discussing downloading music with a Contemporary Legal Issues producer; a typical college student's thoughts about downloading music; what precipitated the government's recent indictment; rights of record companies and performers; "fair use" exception; and cutting edge new issues for copyright protection regarding the Internet. Program 10 of 44 from the series Contemporary Legal Issues
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Business Law & Ethics: If It Is Legal, Is It Ethical?


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Enron, MCI, and Tyco have become household words, not because of their products or services, but rather because of their unethical conduct setting new records in the annals of business. Enron, the 7th largest company, goes bankrupt. It is one of the largest bankruptcies ever recorded, devastating their employees, shareholders and community. MCI sets the record for the largest fraud in U.S. history, $11 Billion dollars, sending the CEO to jail. Tyco gets first prize for the biggest, most lavish birthday party paid for with company money. A distinguished panel of experts will help you understand the ethics of business. Guests are Chuck La Bella, Attorney-at-law, and April Riel, a CPA and certified fraud examiner. protection regarding the Internet. Program 15 of 44 from the series Contemporary Legal Issues
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The Terri Schiavo Case


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After 15 years in a persistent vegetative state, the controversies surrounding the death of Terri Schiavo remain controverted today, in what has been described as the longest and most litigated right to die case in U.S. history. Notwithstanding the dispute between her parents and husband, and courts and Congress, the law and theology, according to a recent poll, 80% of Americans believe Terri Schiavo had a right to die, and that she should have been allowed to die with dignity. A distinguished panel of experts will help you understand the compelling issues which arose in this case. Guests are the Most Reverend, Salvatore Cordileone, Auxiliary Bishop of San Diego, Steven Smith, Dean, California Western School of Law, and Richard Sheridan, Senior Vice President, and General Counsel, for Scripps Health. protection regarding the Internet. Program 16 of 44 from the series Contemporary Legal Issues
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Pricing Strategy: Defining Value


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This program examines the factors that contribute to a company's pricing policy, including issues that must be considered in setting prices for an international market. The video assesses the pricing strategies of several companies, and explains how to define true costs. Viewers will develop an understanding of the relationship between price, value, and quality.
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Fugard's Sizwe Bansi Is Dead


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Fugard's SIZWE BANSI IS DEAD, one of 14 productions in the series, DRAMA: PLAY, PERFORMANCE, PERCEPTION, is structured around the thematic related study module: The Convention of The Theatre. DRAMA: PLAY, PERFORMANCE, PERCEPTION is an introduction to theater course consisting of 14 one-hour videotape productions. Each play, skillfully edited by BBC producers in order to maintain dramatic integrity, features cast members chosen from among Britain's finest performers. Mr. Jose Ferrar serves as host for the series, introducing each play with an articulate commentary. Julie Harris, Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis make camera appearances in the series. With its thematic orientation to the elements of the theater, the course fulfills the basic drama requirements of many colleges and universities. This program may be used as supplemental enrichment in literature, drama or other subject areas.
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Cross Cultural Comparison, Part 1 of 2


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In this program Hindu, Chinese, and Islamic gender roles are discussed. Cultural practices that give men absolute authority and control over women are discussed within the context of each culture.
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Coming to Terms: An Introduction to Contracts


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Contracts allow businesses to obtain goods and services, to plan for the future, and to allocate risks. This program introduces and defines contracts, discusses their significance, considers the values that underlie contract law, and presents the two basic bodies of contract law, the common law and the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC). While the contract is king in real estate, another case study considers the values, and dangers, of oral contracts in business dealings.
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Project Management


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This video looks at the development and construction in the early 1990's of the "cable-stay" Clark Bridge in Alton, Illinois that was built over the Mississippi River. The program addresses the development program/project, management, design, awarding of contracts, techniques used in scheduling as well as the challenges and difficulties faced and handled during the entire process. Visual graphics illustrate bridge construction, how major glitches were met, and routes taken to repair and complete the project.
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Discovering What Motivates You: How Your Family Upbringing Influences You


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In this program, you will examine the messages you acquired from your family, the influence of family careers, how birth order affected you, the beliefs that were instilled into you, and the fears, traditions, and talents you acquired from your family and cultural background. This will help you to get a clearer sense of who you are and where you come from. You will view a student group activity that reveals what the oldest, middle, youngest, and the only child experienced when they were young. As a result, you will begin to understand what shaped your self-image and how to develop a sense of self that transcends your conditioning. You will also be able to identify internal and external motivators that will bring out the best in you. Program 4 of 26 from the series Quest for the Empowered Self
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Women in American Horse Racing


From jockeys to grooms, and from outriders to executives, Women in American Horse Racing shows how talented women are shaping the industry. Produced in Massachusetts, the film draws on interviews with working women and features material from racetracks around the country. It also highlights prominent women of the past, including the legendary trainer, Mary Hirsch, and Hall of Fame star Julie Krone. A special nod is given to Suffolk Downs for its early welcome to women in racing. The documentary is an important resource on the history of women in sport and the workplace.
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Babylon To Bombay: The City Through Time


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Cities are one of the most conspicuous features on our planet. They are so much the bustling centers of commerce, industry, politics, communication and creativity, we can hardly imagine a world without them. Yet there was such a time, and program ten begins by exploring what it was that led people to begin living in larger, concentrated settlements. We then explore the major features and spatial pattern of cities from ancient times to the 19th century. This survey includes the cities of the hydraulic civilizations, Greece, Rome, Medieval and Renaissance Europe, and the Industrial Revolution.
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  1. Cities are one of the most conspicuous features on our planet. They are so much the bustling centers of commerce, industry, politics, communication and creativity, we can hardly imagine a world without them. Yet there was such a time, and program ten begins by exploring what it was that led people to begin living in larger, concentrated settlements. We then explore the major features and spatial pattern of
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  2. Restating or paraphrasing a written work from history, sociology, political science, or psychology and condensing it into a summary; steps in writing are presented with lively examples. A panel of professional writers and professors discuss concerns unique to writing for the social sciences.
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