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Clips and Interviews, Changing Tides Conference. Interviews: WIN Group; Edythe Goodridge
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TitleClips and Interviews, Changing Tides Conference. Interviews: WIN Group; Edythe Goodridge
SummaryInterview with two members of the Women's Involvement Group: Amanda George of Trinity South and Floss Cranford, who discuss Canada Works Projects; problems with corruption; unemployment; opinions of the conference -- Interview with Edythe Goodridge, Head, Visual Arts Section, Canada Council who addresses culture and unspoken language; ethics and value; commission of government in Newfoundland; achievement and identity; nostalgia and romanticism; use of resources; the Burin play
SubjectEconomic development--Newfoundland and Labrador
Unemployment
Newfoundland and Labrador--Civilization
Newfoundland and Labrador--Social conditions
Group identity
National characteristics--Newfoundland and Labrador
Storytelling
CreatorMemorial University of Newfoundland. Division of Extension Service (Producer)
ContributorsGeorge, Amanda (Interviewee)
Cranford, Floss (Interviewee)
Goodridge, Edythe (Interviewee)
Date1985
PublisherMemorial University Extension Service
Associated NameMemorial University of Newfoundland. Distance Education, Learning and Teaching Support (DELTS)
Duration50:40 minutes; PTH00M50S40
LocationCanada--Newfoundland and Labrador
Catalogue NumberMUN Extension Service Cat. 00071
IdentifierMUNES-CT022
TypeMoving Image
Resource TypeVideo
FormatVideo/mp4
Languageeng
Details of Original1 videocassette (50:37 min.) sound, color; 3/4 inch (Changing Tides Conference 23)
RepositoryMemorial University of Newfoundland. Libraries. Media and Data Centre
CollectionMemorial University DELTS Video Collection, pre-1994
SubcollectionChanging Tides Conference
CategorySocial Sciences
DownloadableYes
Viewable OnlineYes
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