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TITLE: North America [videorecording] : the post-industrial transformation, [Pt.2} / a production of Cambridge Studios in collaboration with ABC-TV Open Learning, al.
ADDED TITLE: Power of place; world regional geography. 11-12, North America, the post-industrial transformation, [Pt.2]. The Geographic dynamic of the Pacific Rim, [Pt. 1]. [videorecording]
SERIES: Power of place: world regional geography ; 11-12
SERIES: Power of place: world regional geography 11-12.
PUBLISHED: Santa Barbara, CA : Annenberg/CPB Project ; 1996.
DESCRIPTION: 1 videocassette (58 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
NOTES: A twenty six part course, each cassette containing 2 programs of 29 min. each.
NOTES: "The Annenberg/CPB Collection" -- Cassette container.
NOTES: Organized around the textbook: Geography: realms, regions and concepts/H.J. de Blij and Peter O. Muller. New York; Wiley, 1994.
NOTES: Closed captioned for the hearing impaired.
NOTES: Prog. 11. Regions and economies: Oregon, a fight for water. U.S. Midwest, spatial innovations. --Prog. 12. Japanese paradox, small farms and mega-cities: northern Japan, protecting the harvest. Tokyo, anatomy of a mega-city.
NOTES: Exec. producers, Lance Wisniewski, Bob Burns; directors, Lance Wisniewski, Bob Burns, Kenji Toxaki: producers, Cambridge Studios USA, NHK Japan.
NOTES: Commentator: H.J. de Blij.
NOTES: Narrator: Deborah Dorsey.
NOTES: A telecourse designed to build understanding of geography by examining eleven regions of the world and their interconnections. Each program contains case studies which characterize an individual region. Oregon, a fight for water investigates the competition for water resources in Eastern Oregon. U.S. Midwest, Spatial Innovations examines the incorporation of Japanese production techniques into the midwest U.S. automotive industry. Northern Japan, Protecting the Harvest concerns rice-farming methods in Tohoku in Northern Japan. Tokyo, Anatomy of a Mega-city examines the transportation patterns of commuters in Tokyo and its surrounding suburbs.
NOTES: English.
SUBJECT: Geography.
SUBJECT: Human geography.
SUBJECT: Rice--Japan--Tohoku Region.
SUBJECT: Films for the hearing impaired.
SUBJECT: Water rights--Oregon.
SUBJECT: Umatilla Indians--Water rights.
SUBJECT: Agriculture--Oregon.
SUBJECT: Automobiles--United States--Design and construction.
SUBJECT: Automobile industry and trade--United States--History.
SUBJECT: Agriculture--Japan--Tohoku Region.
SUBJECT: Commuters--Japan--Tokyo Metropolitan Area.
SUBJECT: Railroads--Japan--Tokyo Metropolitan Area.
SUBJECT: Umatilla River (Or.)
SUBJECT: Middle West--Foreign economic relations--Japan.
SUBJECT: Tokyo Metropolitan Area (Japan)
SUBJECT: Tokyo (Japan)
ADDED ENTRY: Dorsey, Deborah.
ADDED ENTRY: Wisniewski, Lance.
ADDED ENTRY: De Blij, Harm J.
ADDED ENTRY: Burns, Bob.
ADDED ENTRY: Tozaki, Kenji.
ADDED ENTRY: Centre National de Documentation Pédagogique (France)
ADDED ENTRY: Cambridge Studios.
ADDED ENTRY: Open Learning Agency of Australia.
ADDED ENTRY: ABC Television Network.
ADDED ENTRY: Annenberg/CPB Project.
ADDED ENTRY: Nippon Hoso Kyokai.
ADDED ENTRY: Regions and economies [videorecording]
ADDED ENTRY: Oregon, a fight for water [videorecording]
ADDED ENTRY: U.S. Midwest, spatial innovations [videorecording]
ADDED ENTRY: Japanese paradox, small farms and mega-cities [videorecording]
ADDED ENTRY: Northern Japan, protecting the harvest [videorecording]
ADDED ENTRY: Tokyo, anatomy of a mega-city [videorecording]
ADDED ENTRY: Geographic dynamic of the Pacific Rim, [Pt. 1] [videorecording]

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