||Produced by PBS. 1983, revised 1994.
Two parts (28 minutes each)
The Future of Humanity - Africa, North America, Central America, and South East Asia
Faces of Culture, an introductory cultural anthropology course, is a provocative study of the structure and process of culture. This telecourse features dramatic and unique film footage from around the world, embracing cultures from all continents, highlighting major life-styles, and illustrating human adaptation to environment from the beginnings of the human species to the present.
Faces of Culture focuses on the thesis that every society is based on an integrated culture that satisfies human needs and facilitates survival. The course also explores the ways in which our won culture fits into the broad range of human possibilities.
1 videocassette (56 min.) : sd., color ; 1/2 in
Dr. Ira Abrams, Lisa Sonne
Subject The Future of Humanity - Africa, North America, Central America, and South East Asia