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TITLE: Geographic dynamic of the Pacific rim, the [Pt. 2] [videorecording] : Middle America: Collision of cultures / a production of Cambridge Studios in collaboration with ABC-TV Open Learning, al.
ADDED TITLE: Power of place: world regional geography. 13-14, Geographic dynamic of the Pacific rim, [Pt.2]. Middle America: collision of cultures [videorecording]
SERIES: Power of place: world regional geography ; 13-14
SERIES: Power of place: world regional geography 13-14.
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: Extra copy.
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. 13. Global interaction: Singapore, gateway city. Australia, new links to Asia. -- Prog. 14. Migration and conquest: Mexico, motive to migrate. Guatemala, continuing conquest.
NOTES: Exec. producers, Lance Wisniewski; producers, ABC Australia, Cambridge Studios USA.
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. Singapore, Gateway City looks at how Singapore exploits its location to play a key commercial role in Pacific Asia. Australia, New Links to Asia investigates Australia's European roots and recent Asian influences in economic development. Mexico, Motive to Migrate examines migration patterns both within and outside of Mexico. Guatemala, continuing Conquest examines the "cycles of conquest" borne by Maya peoples in Guatemala.
NOTES: English.
SUBJECT: Geography.
SUBJECT: Human geography.
SUBJECT: Films for the hearing impaired.
SUBJECT: Industries--Singapore.
SUBJECT: Migration, Internal--Mexico.
SUBJECT: Mayas--Guatemala--History.
SUBJECT: Singapore--History--20th century.
SUBJECT: Australia--History--20th century.
SUBJECT: Mexico--Emigration and immigration--History--20th century.
SUBJECT: Guatemala--History--20th century.
SUBJECT: Singapore--Commerce--History.
SUBJECT: Sydney (N.S.W.)--Commerce--History.
SUBJECT: Australia--Commerce--History.
SUBJECT: United States--Emigration and immigration--Mexico.
ADDED ENTRY: Dorsey, Deborah.
ADDED ENTRY: De Blij, Harm J.
ADDED ENTRY: Burns, Bob.
ADDED ENTRY: Stow Hardy.
ADDED ENTRY: Wisniewski, Lance.
ADDED ENTRY: Australian Broadcasting Commission.
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: Global interaction [videorecording]
ADDED ENTRY: Singapore, gateway city [videorecording]
ADDED ENTRY: Australia, new links to Asia [videorecording]
ADDED ENTRY: Migration and conquest [videorecording]
ADDED ENTRY: Mexico, motive to migrate [videorecording]
ADDED ENTRY: Guatemala, continuing conquest [videorecording]
ADDED ENTRY: Middle America, collision of cultures [videorecording]

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