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TITLE: Woman and man [videorecording].
SERIES: The human animal
PUBLISHED: Princeton, NJ (US) : Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 1991.
DESCRIPTION: 1 videocassette (52 min) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
NOTES: Extra copy.
NOTES: Executive producer, Jack Willis; senior producer, Wendy Roth; producer, Madeline Amgott; script by Hank Whittemore; Director by Joel Banow; editor, Ann Woodward, Bill Stephan; associate producers, Jamie L. Smith, Jamie Stobie, Lauren Belfer.
NOTES: Virginia Woolf said it: "Men and women are different. What needs to be made equal is the value placed on these differences " Phil Donahue looks at the differences. The brain, for instance - women generally have a greater response on the logical and analytical side, and men on the spatial side. Society has groomed men to be the astronauts, though women have more of the traits desirable in an astronaut; it has built the largest sports arenas to cheer the performances of men. Phil Donahue speaks with men and women in may walks of life - members of a computer dating club, newspaper reporters, homemakers and career - women --- and finds role-differences between woman and man beginning to fade.
NOTES: English.
NOTES: Originally produced in 1986 in Los Angeles.
NOTES: Executive in charge of production's are Walter Bartlett, and Mike Weinblatt.
NOTES: Story by Phil Donahue.
ADDED ENTRY: Woodward, Ann.
ADDED ENTRY: Stephan, Bill.
ADDED ENTRY: Amgott, Madeline.
ADDED ENTRY: Donahue, Phil.
ADDED ENTRY: Willis, Jack.

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