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TITLE: War & Violence [videorecording].
SERIES: The human animal
PUBLISHED: Princeton, NJ (US) : Films for the Humanities and Sciences Inc., 1987.
DESCRIPTION: 1 videocassette (52 min) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
NOTES: Extra copy.
NOTES: Executive producer, Jack Willis; senior producer, Wendy Roth; producer, Phil Lewis; script by Hank Whittemore; director, Joel Banow; associate producer, Sarah Lukinson; editors, Bill Stephan, Paul SRP; music supervisor, Ethel Huper; assistant director, Richard Knox.
NOTES: Jerome Singer, Dorothy Singer, Lionel Tiger, Deborah Stith, Mel Konner.
NOTES: Poverty and violence seem to go hand in hand. Visit Inner - City Boston, site of a lesson on walking away from a fight; and listen to a young Hispanic talk about the machismo that underlies gang violence. From Ireland to India, violence is fueled by religion, nationalism, and racism. War used to require an eyeball confrontation. "Now, the human animal can fight wars from windowless rooms with upholstered chairs beneath the ground," says Donahue. "The result is no longer us against them, but the human race against itself."
NOTES: English.
NOTES: Originally produce in 1986 by Multimedia Entertainment in Los Angeles.
NOTES: Story by Phil Donahue.
SUBJECT: War --Religious aspects
SUBJECT: Violence--Religious aspects
SUBJECT: Race relations
ADDED ENTRY: Willis, Jack.
ADDED ENTRY: Lewis, Phil.
ADDED ENTRY: Banow, Joel.
ADDED ENTRY: Stephan, Bill.
ADDED ENTRY: Violence [videorecording]

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