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   Selected Videos and DVDs on Social Work

Please Note:  Many new titles have been ordered to supplement Chesnutt Library's collection in the area of Social Work.  They are arriving and being processed daily.  Please check FSU's Online Catalog for the latest titles available.  To Identify Titles:  1. Conduct a WORD search and 2. MODIFY THE SEARCH findings to the LOCATION of "FSU Media Center" or limit by MATERIAL TYPE "Videorecording" to get both VHS and DVD formats.

Listed Below are Selected Titles in the HV Call Number
Alphabetically Arranged by Title
- Numbers First, Then A-D

20th century with Mike Wallace [videorecording] / produced by CBS News in association with A&E NetworkFSU Media Center-VCR  HV 7936.C85 C76 1996. 1 videocassette (50 min.) : sd., col. & b&w ; 1/2 in.  This programs deals with police personnel that turn to crime, especially drug trafficking and drug money.  A guide to major events and trends that have shaped the last third of the Twentieth Century.

Abused kids : [videorecording] : see it! stop it! / GO MediaFSU Media Center-DVD HV 6626.5 .A28 2005.  1 videodisc : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.  1 million confirmed cases each year in the U.S. -- 2 million cases not reported annually -- most abused kids are repeatedly abused -- help to spot neglect, physical, emotional & sexual abuse -- what you can do -- who to contact.

Abused, neglected, and homeless children [videorecording] / presented by The Board of Governors Universities in cooperation with Governors State University.  FSU Media Center-VCR HV6626.5 .A28 1996  pts.1-2.   2 videocassettes (60 min. ea.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.  These programs look at the many issues related to child abuse, including mandatory reporting requirements, why some seemingly clear cases are labeled unfounded, why case workers work so hard to reunite families and the issue of confidentiality and retaliation for reporting child abuse.

Addicted [videorecording] / a production of CBS News ; producers, Miguel Sancho ... [et al.] ; director, Rob KlugFSU Media Center-DVD HV 5822.O99 A30 2004.  1 videodisc (45 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.  In a joint investigation with MTV, this 48 Hours broadcast focuses on Troy Swett, a young man who, ashamed of his $300-a-day habit, confessed to OxyContin addiction and underwent rapid detox at the Waismann Institute. The program also reports on 13-year-old Shauna Ulman, who, after taking what she thought was ecstasy, died of an OxyContin overdose. It debates whether OxyContin is addictive when used as prescribed and tracks the rise in theft of the drug from pharmacies and patients.

Alcohol and you [videorecording].  FSU Media Center-VCR HV 5066 .A43 1994  Tapes 1-2.  FSU Media Center-VCR HV 5066 .A43 1994.  2 videocassettes : sd., col. ; 1/2 in. + study guide.  The program explains the dangerous effects of alcohol, the misconceptions about alcohol, and the laws enacted to prevent alcohol abuse. The program also displays shocking statistics, the psychological effects of alcoholism and certain symptoms that are visible in the personalities of alcoholics.

Almost home [videorecording] / Cynthia Wade.  FSU Media Center-VCR HV 4506.N6 W33 1996.  1 videocassette (25 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.  Offers a raw and unsentimental look at the lives of children in a homeless shelter in the Bronx. Narrated by the children themselves, this is an evocative portrait of poverty and youth.

Altered states [videorecording] : a history of drug use in America / a production of WXXI - TVFSU Media Center-DVD HV 4999.2 .A48 2004.  1 videodisc (57 min.) : sd., col., with b&w sequences ; 4 3/4 in.  Documentary produced in conjunction with the Strong Museum exhibition: Altered states / curator, Patricia Tice.  A documentary on drug use and abuse in America, encompassing tobacco, alcohol, caffeine, opium, cocaine, LSD, marijuana and other substances. Indicates that drug use is not a contemporary phenomenon or problem but has been a constant presence throughout the country's social history.

APA psychotherapy videotape series VI [videorecording] : Spirituality : Mindfulness for addiction problems / G. Alan Marlatt ; presented by American Psychological AssociationFSU Media Center HV 5275 .A63 2005.  1 videocassette (108 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.  Alcoholics counseling.

Battered women [videorecording] : under siege / CBS New Productions ; presented by Films for the Humanities & Sciences.  FSU Media Center-VCR HV 6626.2 .B375 2000.  1 videocassette (45 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 inWhy do some beat - and even kill - the women they profess to love? In this program, women battered by husbands or boyfriends speak out about their experiences. Their stories create a mosaic of pain and fear, courage and determination, while answering the question: "Why did you stay with him?" The case of Lisa Bianco, who relied on the due process of law for protection and was murdered by her ex-husband, is included.

Battered women [videorecording] : violence behind closed doors / a presentation of Motorola Teleprograms Inc. ; produced by the J. Gary Mitchell Film Company ; directed by Christina CrowleyFSU Media Center-VCR HV 6626 .B258 1976.  1 videocassette (23 min., 30 sec.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in. + 1 discussion guide ([4] p. ; 28 cm.).  Examines the problem of wife beating and points out new methods of police intervention is cases of domestic violence. Includes interviews with abusive men and victimized women, encouraging women to speak out and seek protection from violent husbands.

Breaking the silence barrier [videorecording] / [presented by] FFH, Films for the Humanities & Sciences.  FSU Media Center-VCR HV 3011 .B632 1996.  1 videocassette (56 min.) : sd., col. with b&w ; 1/2 in.  This program reports on creative technologies that are being used to help people with autism, traumatic brain injuries, and learning and speech disabilities. Temple Grandin, an autistic woman with a Ph.D. in animal science, explains her "squeeze machine" which uses deep pressure therapy to help ease the hyperacute sensory dysfunction that often accompanies autism. Renowned neurologist Oliver Sacks shares his views on how people with autism can find meaning in their own distinctive way. Also profiled is Bob Williams, who is the first person with a significant speech disability to hold a major federal office, and several people with learning disabilities and traumatic brain injuries who have improved their lives by using multimedia software programs.

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Title

Bring your best [videorecording] / Sharp Productions ; produced & directed by Matthew C. Sharp, Dale T. Peterson

Publisher

Derry, N.H. : Chip Taylor Communications, c1995

LOCATION

CALL #

STATUS

 FSU Media Center-DVD

 HV4505 .B7 1995

 AVAILABLE

Description

1 videodisc (25 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in

Series

Social issue studies

 

Social issues series (Derry, N.H.)

Credits

Produced by Sharp Productions, Inc

 

Narration, John Furlong

Note

DVD

Summary

While concerned citizens attempt to find solutions for the large number of problems the homeless have in America, one issue demands immediate attention: how to feed them. Video is of candid interviews with homeless people, government officials, directors of relief organizations and concerned people

Subject

Food relief

 

Homelessness

 

Homeless persons

   
   
   
   
   

Title

Broken child [videorecording] / Home Box Office documentary presentation

Publisher

Princeton, NJ : Films for the Humanities & Sciences, c2003

LOCATION

CALL #

STATUS

 FSU Media Center-DVD

 HV6626.5 .B76 2001

 AVAILABLE

Description

1 videodisc (61 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in

Note

DVD

 

Originally produced for television broadcast on HBO

Performer

Narrator, Susan Sarandon

Credits

Producer, writer, and director, Michael Mierendorf ; photographers, David Bowen, Doug Crawford, Paul Henschel ; editor, Vincent Stenerson ; original music, Michael Bacon

Summary

A documentary exploring the effects of early childhood deprivaton and abuse and their impact on emotional and cognitive development. Analyzes the socially destructive impact of children and young adults who have been victimized by early life trauma

Subject

Child abuse -- Psychological aspects

 

Child abuse -- Social aspects

 

Abused children -- Psychology

 

Adult child abuse victims -- Psychology

 

Documentary television programs

   
   
   
   
   
   

Title

Careers in criminal justice [videorecording] / a production of Meridian Education Corporation

Publisher

Monmouth Junction, N.J. : Meridian Education Corporation, c2002

LOCATION

CALL #

STATUS

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV9950 .C374 2002

 AVAILABLE

Description

1 videocassette (22 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in

Note

VHS

 

Closed-captioned for the hearing impaired

Credits

Original music composed and performed by Scott MacDougall

Summary

Provides an overview of a career in the field of criminal justice, including officers, investigators and special agents

Subject

Criminology -- Vocational guidance -- United States

 

Criminal justice, Administration of -- Vocational guidance -- United States

 

Films for the hearing impaired

   
   
                   

 

Title

Caring for the homeless : [videorecording] : an introduction to working in adult shelters / New York State Department of Social Services

Publisher

New York : New York City Human Resources Administration, 1992

LOCATION

CALL #

STATUS

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV4506.N6 C37 1992

 AVAILABLE

Description

1 videocassette (22:35 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in

Note

VHS format

Subject

Homelessness -- New York (State) -- New York

 

Shelters for the homeless -- New York (State) -- New York

   
   
     

 

Author

Ten Bensel, Robert W

Title

Child abuse and neglect [videorecording] / produced by the Department of Independent Study and University Media Resources, Continuing Education and Extension, University of Minnesota

Publisher

Lincoln, Neb. : Great Plains National Instructional Television Library, 1983

LOCATION

CALL #

STATUS

 FSU Media Center

 HV6626.5 .T46 1983  Study Guide

 AVAILABLE

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV6626.5 .T46 1983  Tape 1

 AVAILABLE

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV6626.5 .T46 1983  Tape 2

 AVAILABLE

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV6626.5 .T46 1983  Tape 3

 AVAILABLE

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV6626.5 .T46 1983  Tape 4

 AVAILABLE

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV6626.5 .T46 1983  Tape 5

 AVAILABLE

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV6626.5 .T46 1983  Tape 6

 AVAILABLE

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV6626.5 .T46 1983  Tape 7

 AVAILABLE

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV6626.5 .T46 1983  Tape 8

 AVAILABLE

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV6626.5 .T46 1983  Tape 9

 AVAILABLE

     

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Description

10 videocassettes (VHS) (300 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in. + 1 study guide (ix, 115, A-29 p. ; 28 cm.)

Marc

VIDEORECORDING

 

ngmIa

Contents

1. History of parent-child relationships -- 2. The rights of children -- 3. Defining physical abuse of children -- 4. Defining neglect of children -- 5. Dynamics of child abuse and neglect -- 6. Outcomes of child abuse and neglect -- 7. Sexual abuse of children -- 8. Intervention: the professional's role -- 9. Intervention: team approaches -- 10. Prevention of child abuse and neglect

Credits

Written by Robert ten Bensel, M.D., M.P.H

   
   
   


Title

Child abuse [videorecording] : how to see it, how to stop it / GO Media

Publisher

[Plainview, NY] : Bureau for At-Risk Youth a Guidance Channel Co., c2002

1 copy ordered for FSU on 08-27-2008.

Description

1 videodisc (22 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 leader's guide

Summary

This video explores the four types of child abuse: neglect, physical, sexual, and emotional abuse. It describes specific signs that suggest abuse and offers expert advice on how you can recognize a child who may be abused. The important next step is to report it

Note

DVD format

Subject

Child Abuse -- prevention & control

 

Child Abuse

 

Child abuse

 

Child abuse -- Prevention

Alt Author

GO Media (Firm)

 

Bureau for At-Risk Youth

ISBN/ISSN

676801415003

Music #

30485DVD Bureau for At-Risk Youth


Title

Child abuse [videorecording] : neglect and sexual abuse / research and script, Janet Dignam, Marci Wellington ; director, Cindy Bright

Publisher

Irvine, CA : Concept Media ; New York, NY : Distributed by Insight Media, c2005

Edition

[Rev. ed.]

LOCATION

CALL #

STATUS

 FSU Media Center-DVD

 HV6626.5 .C455 2005

 AVAILABLE

Description

1 videodisc (27 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in

Note

DVD

 

Closed captioned

Performer

Narrator, Michelle Merker

Note

Dolby digital 2.0

 

UNCP 333485

Subject

Child sexual abuse -- United States

 

Child abuse

 

Films for the hearing impaired


Title

Child abuse [videorecording] : the investigative interview / produced by Home, Inc. for the Child Abuse Project

Publisher

Mount Dora, Fla. : Kidsrights, c1987

LOCATION

CALL #

STATUS

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV8099.C46 C44 1987

 AVAILABLE

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV8099.C46 C44 1987  guide

 AVAILABLE

Description

1 videocassette (50 min.) : sd., col. ; 3/4 in. + workbook & script ([32] leaves)

Credits

Written by George Fitzgerald ; Director, Alan Michel ; Host, narrator, Will Lebow

Note

Label and container title: Child abuse : an investigative interview

 

Workbook title: Middlesex County Child Abuse Project videoworkbook

Summary

Presents dramatizations of proper and improper interviewing techniques with specific guidelines on how to conduct an interview that is legally sound and causes the least amount of emotional harm to a young child

Subject

Child Abuse, Sexual

 

Interview, Psychological

 

Child Advocacy

 

     

Title

Children and domestic violence [videorecording] / Altschul Group Corporation

Publisher

Evanston, Ill. : AGC Educational Media, c1994

LOCATION

CALL #

STATUS

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV6626.2 .C55 1994

 AVAILABLE

Description

1 videocassette (16 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in

Series

Domestic violence. Broken wings ; [2]

Note

Colour recording system: NTSC

 

VHS

Summary

Discusses the effects of domestic violence on children

Subject

Family violence

 

Victims of family violence

   
   

Title

Children in crisis [videorecording] / Films for the Humanities & Sciences; a Discovery Channel production

Publisher

Princeton, NJ : Films for the Humanities & Sciences, c2004

LOCATION

CALL #

STATUS

 FSU Media Center-DVD

 HV888 .C45 2004

 AVAILABLE

Description

1 videodisc (46 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in

Summary

Shows the struggles of families with children who have mental or behavioral disorders such as autism, ADHD, or other diagnoses. Therapists from Vanderbilt University School of Medicine and Center for Child Development and Research discuss ways these families can achieve a satisfactory family life

Note

DVD

Subject

Children with disabilities -- Family relationships

 

Children with disabilities -- Treatment

 

Behavior disorders in children

   
   
   

Title

Children of poverty [videorecording] / directed by Tony Marshall ; produced by Michael Rosenblum

Publisher

Princeton, NJ : Films for the Humanities & Sciences, c1992

LOCATION

CALL #

STATUS

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV741 .C53616 1992

 AVAILABLE

Description

1 videocassette (27 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in

Note

VHS format

Credits

Cameramen, Barrin Bonet, Martin L. Gross, William C. Kockler

Note

A segment from the television program: Currents

Summary

Profiles American children living in poverty, all in homes headed by women, and shows the toll on the children and their mothers

Subject

Child welfare -- United States

 

Poor children -- United States

 

Poverty -- United States

   
   

                                           

 

Title

Children of violence [videorecording] / Bill Jersey Productions ; produced by Bill Jersey and Jim Belson ; directed by Bill Jersey ; executive producer, Alvin Goldstein

Publisher

[Emeryville, Calif.] : Quest Productions ; Berkeley, Calif. : [distributed by] Catticus Corporation, c1982

LOCATION

CALL #

STATUS

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV6439.U7 O35 1982

 AVAILABLE

Description

1 videocassette (55 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in

Note

Originally broadcast on the television program: Crisis to crisis

 

Issued as VHS 1/2 in

 

Issued also as motion picture, U-Matic, or Beta

 

General

Summary

A glimpse into the lives of Chicano gang members and their families in Oakland, California. Filmed in cinema verite style and focusing on four teenage brothers and their mother, this film attempts to provide an understanding of how these young males remain trapped in a cycle of violence

Subject

Gangs -- California -- Oakland

 

Juvenile delinquency -- California -- Oakland

 

Mexican American youth -- California -- Oakland -- Attitudes

 

Oakland (Calif.) -- Social conditions

   
   
   
   
   
   
   

Title

Class photo [videorecording] : portrait of a lost generation / a production of NBC News ; distributed by Films for the Humanities and Sciences

Publisher

Princeton, NJ : Films for the Humanities and Sciences, 1996

LOCATION

CALL #

STATUS

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV1437.B5 C7 1996

 AVAILABLE

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV1437.B5 C7 1996 c.2

 AVAILABLE

Description

1 videocassette (44 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in

Note

VHS

 

A segment of Dateline NBC aired 7/25/95

Performer

Hosts, Jane Pauley and Stone Phillips; investigative reporter, Len Cannon

Credits

Editor, Bruce Burger

Summary

A Dateline NBC investigative program on what has happened to a group of young adults who were former 4th grade classmates from the same elementary school in the Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn, N.Y

Subject

Young adults -- Bedford-Stuyvesant (New York, N.Y.) -- Social conditions

 

Youth -- Bedford-Stuyvesant (New York, N.Y.) -- Social conditions

 

Minority youth -- Bedford-Stuyvesant (New York, N.Y.) -- Social conditions

 

Children -- Bedford-Stuyvesant (New York, N.Y.) -- Social conditions

 

Bedford-Stuyvesant (New York, N.Y.) -- Social conditions


Title

Close to home [videorecording] : Moyers on addiction / a production of Public Affairs Television, Inc

Publisher

Princeton, NJ : Films for the Humanities, c1998

LOCATION

CALL #

STATUS

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV5801 .C56 1998  v.5

 AVAILABLE

Description

5 videocassettes (309 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in

Series

Moyers collection

Note

VHS

 

Closed captioned

 

Title from container

Performer

Host: Bill Moyers

Summary

Bill Moyers explores the issues of drug and alcohol addiction. Each program looks at different aspects of addiction and recovery, with shared experiences of addicts and those helping them toward recovery

Contents

[1] Portrait of addiction (57 min.) -- [2] The hijacked brain (57 min.) -- [3] Changing lives (81 min.) -- [4] The next generation (57 min.) -- [5] The politics of addiction (57 min.)

Note

UNCP 322755 - pt. 1

Subject

Drug abuse -- Prevention

 

Drug addicts -- Rehabilitation

 

Alcoholics -- Rehabilitation

 

Substance abuse -- Physiological aspects

 

Drugs -- Physiological effect

 

Drug abuse -- Psychological aspects

 

Drug abuse -- Government policy -- Arizona

 

Drug abuse -- Government policy -- United States

 

Films for the hearing impaired

                 

 

Title

Comprehensive clinical assessment [videorecording] / Health & Sciences Television Network, Trinity Healthforce Learning

Publisher

Carrollton, TX : Trinity Healthforce Learning, c2005

LOCATION

CALL #

STATUS

 FSU Media Center-DVD

 HV687 .C65 2005

 AVAILABLE

Description

1 videodisc (30 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in

Series

In focus

 

In focus (Carrollton, Tex.)

Credits

Cynthia Shimizu, et al

Contents

Assessment of children. -- Translation and interpretation. -- Assessment of the transplant patient. -- Use of measurement instruments. -- Diversity in healthcare decision making

Summary

The goal of a comprehensive clinical assessment is to formulate a psychosocial understanding of the patient. This goal is accomplished by using clinical skills to maintain a non-judgmental perspective, establish mutual rapport and conduct interviews to elicit pertinent information -- container

Subject

Medical care -- Needs assessment

 

Medical social work

   
   
   

Title

Confronting child sexual abuse [videorecording] : a video handbook for child welfare practitioners / produced by Kingsley Communications for the Child Welfare League of America ; reported and narrated by Ellen Kingsley ; producer, Ellen Kingsley ; director, Charles Stopack, writer, Ellen Kingsley

Publisher

Washington, D.C. : CWLA, 1993

LOCATION

CALL #

STATUS

 FSU Media Center

 HV6570 .C66 1993  Guide

 AVAILABLE

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV6570 .C66 1993  Tape 1

 AVAILABLE

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV6570 .C66 1993  Tape 2

 AVAILABLE

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV6570 .C66 1993  Tape 3

 AVAILABLE

Description

3 videocassettes (207 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in. + 1 guide (xiii, 47 p. ; 18 cm.)

Note

Title on guide: Confronting child sexual abuse : a video training series

 

Resource guide by Madelyn DeWoody and Megan Sylvester

 

"The legal system -- the family -- child protective services."--Container

Contents

Tape 1. Investigation and interviews -- Tape 2. Juvenile court - Tape 3. Case management

Credits

Photographers, Kathey Feaster, Geoff Dills, Kline Mengle ; music written by Joe Castellon ; editors, Paul McKenna, Jack Rayzor

Performer

Introduction by Oprah Winfrey ; cast, Irene Diamant, Wilfredo Medina, Nadine Brown

Summary

Discusses child sexual abuse and is a training guide for child welfare practitioners who work with sexually abused children

Note

VHS

Subject

Child sexual abuse

 

Child sexual abuse -- Investigation

 

Sexually abused children

           

 

Title

Cops on trial [videorecording] / CBS News ; [with] Dan Rather ; directed by Eric Shapiro ; producer, Linda Martin

Publisher

South Burlington, VT : Ambrose Video Publishing, c1992

LOCATION

CALL #

STATUS

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV7936.C56 C6 1992

 AVAILABLE

Description

1 videocassette (48 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in

Note

VHS

Credits

Writer, Thomas Flynn ; executive producer, Andrew Heyward

Note

Broadcast January 29, 1992 as a segment of: 48 hours

Summary

Considers the question of how much police force is too much and when being tough becomes a crime

Subject

Police -- Complaints against

 

Documentary television programs

Add Title

48 hours (Television program)


Title

Counseling survivors of violence [videorecording] : Nancy Baron / interviewed by Allen Ivey ; production editor/producer, Bruce Oldershaw

Publisher

Amherst, MA : Microtraining Associates, c1998

LOCATION

CALL #

STATUS

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV6250 .C68 1998

 AVAILABLE

Description

1 videocassette (48 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in. + 1 manual (19 p. ; 28 cm.)

Note

VHS

Summary

Nancy Baron discusses the complexity of counseling survivors of violence, particularly in a cross-cultural context

Subject

Victims of crimes -- Counseling of

 

Violence -- Psychological aspects

 

Cross-cultural counseling

   
   
   
   

Title

Counseling the multiracial population [videorecording] : couples, individuals, families / presented by Kelly R. Kenney, Mark E. Kenney ; produced by Milan Productions

Publisher

Framingham, MA : Microtraining Associates, c2002

LOCATION

CALL #

STATUS

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV3176 .C68 2002

 AVAILABLE

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV3176 .C68 2002  Guide

 AVAILABLE

Description

1 videocassette (74 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in. + 1 video leader guide (45 leaves ; 28 cm.)

Note

VHS

Subject

Cross-cultural counseling

 

Family counseling

 

Racially-mixed people -- Counseling of

 

Interracial marriage

 

Interracial adoption

   
   
   
   
                   

 

Title

Crank [videorecording] : made in America / Home Box Office ; directed and produced by Eames Yates

Publisher

Princeton, NJ : Films for the Humanities and Sciences, c2004

LOCATION

CALL #

STATUS

 FSU Media Center-DVD

 HV5822 .A5 C74 2003

 AVAILABLE

Description

1 videodisc (56 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 4 3/4 in

Note

Originally produced as a television program in 2003

Credits

Directors of photography, Gregory Andracke, Eames Yates ; editor, Patrick Gambuti, Jr. ; music, Peter Fish

Performer

David Musto, Asa Hutchinson

Summary

The number one drug problem in rural America, methamphetamine, or "crank", is cheap, easy to make, and has the lowest recovery rate for addicts. By looking at a number of people in Iowa who are struggling with methamphetamine, this program lays bare the drug's tragic results. Chilling computer graphics illustrate how the drug works on the brain. Discusses the history of the drug and explains its wildfire spread in rural areas

Note

DVD video

 

Includes public performance rights on campus only IaU

Subject

Methamphetamine

 

Methamphetamine abuse -- United States

 

Methamphetamine abuse -- Iowa

Genre

Documentary films -- United States

 

Documentary television programs

   
   
   
   
   
   

Title

Crimes against women [videorecording] / Fulmar Production

Publisher

Falls Church, VA : Landmark Media, 1994?

LOCATION

CALL #

STATUS

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV6250.4.W65 C92 1994

 AVAILABLE

Description

1 videocassette (48 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in

Performer

Hosted by Mariette Hartley

Summary

Psychologists, police, investigators and other crime experts utilize real life experiences and re-enactments to demonstrate techniques that can keep women from becoming victims of crime

Note

VHS

Subject

Women -- Crimes against

 

Women -- Crimes against -- Prevention

 

Crime prevention

   
   

Title

Crimes & punishments [videorecording] : a history / a presentation of South Carolina ETV ; Benjamin von Cramon Productions ; producer, Benjamin von Cramon ; researcher/writer, Benjamin von Cramon

Publisher

Princeton, N.J. : Films for the Humanities, c1997

LOCATION

CALL #

STATUS

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV9475.S672 C745 1997

 AVAILABLE

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV9475.S672 C745 1997 c.2

 AVAILABLE

Description

1 videocassette (30 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in

Note

VHS

Performer

Narrator, Charles Joyner

Credits

Principle photography, Benjamin von Cramon ; original score, Les Mizzell ; editors, Elaine Cooper, Benjamin von Cramon

Note

Originally produced in 1993

Summary

Traces brutal history of criminal punishment from medieval era through today; looks at history and current conditions of Central Correctional Institution (CCI), Columbia, South Carolina. Prisoners and corrections officers provide insight into daily life; examines how plan for penal reform was executed and how the theory compares with reality

Note

UNCP 306501

Subject

Central Correctional Institution (S.C.) -- History

 

Criminal justice, Administration of -- History

 

Correctional institutions -- History

 

Prisoners

 

Documentary films

   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

Title

Criminal justice careers [videorecording] / Creative Educational Video

Publisher

Lubbock, TX : CEV Multimedia, 1998

LOCATION

CALL #

STATUS

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV9950 .C7 1998

 AVAILABLE

Description

1 videocassette (20 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in

Series

Careers video series

Note

VHS

Performer

Narrator: Yancy Yarbrough

Credits

Videography, Scott Cawthron ... [et al.]

Summary

Discusses education and training requirements, employment opportunities, and the demands and rewards of careers in criminal justice

Subject

Criminal justice, Administration of -- Vocational guidance -- United States

   
   
                             

 

Title

Criminal profilers [videorecording] / a High Road Films production for The Learning Channel ; executive producers, John Cosgrove, Terry Dunn Meurer

Publisher

Princeton, New Jersey : Films for the Humanities & Sciences, c2001

LOCATION

CALL #

STATUS

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV8073.5 .C75 2001

 AVAILABLE

Description

1 videocassette (48 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in

Note

VHS format

 

Originally a segment in the television series In the mind of

Credits

Producer, Mark Cole

Performer

Narrator, Douglas Rye ; profilers, David Caldwell, Gus Gary, Dayle Hinman, Mike Prodan

Summary

Examines specific investigations in which the skill and expertise of profilers were required to solve the crimes

Subject

Criminal behavior, Prediction of

   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

Title

Crossing the line [videorecording] : the truth about gangs / Altschul Group

Publisher

Evanston, IL : The Group, c1993

LOCATION

CALL #

STATUS

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV6437 .C76 1993

 AVAILABLE

Description

1 videocassette (18 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in

Series

Violence: reversing the trend

Credits

Producer/director Nancy Battista Morgan

Performer

Anthony T. Robinson

Note

Teens and young adults

 

VHS

Summary

Gives viewers an inside look at what the consequences of joining a gang are, as well as specific tips for avoiding risky behavior that could lead to gang participation

Subject

Gangs -- Prevention

   
   
   
           

 

Title

Cyberterror [videorecording] : bringing down the Internet / CBC News ; a production of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation ; producer, Berry Sujata

Publisher

Princeton, NJ : Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 2004

LOCATION

CALL #

STATUS

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV6773 .C93 2004

 AVAILABLE

Description

1 videocassette (17 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 1/2 in

Credits

Editor, Jack Schoon

Note

VHS

Summary

This program reveals the vulnerability of the Internet. Security consultants also demonstrate the ease with which cyberterrorists breach wireless networks

Subject

Cyberterrorism

 

Internet

     

 

Title

Dealing with drugs [videorecording] : coping with peer pressure / a production of TVONTARIO

Publisher

Princeton, N.J. : Films for the Humanities and Sciences, c1991

LOCATION

CALL #

STATUS

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV5801 .D43 1991

 AVAILABLE

Description

1 videocassette (16 min.) : sd, col. ; 1/2 in

Marc

VIDEORECORDING

 

ngmKa

Series

Dealing with drugs Show 6

Subject

Drug abuse

   
   
   

Title

Dealing with drugs [videorecording] : who starts-and why / a production of TVONTARIO

Publisher

Princeton, N.J. : Films for the Humanities and Sciences, 1992

LOCATION

CALL #

STATUS

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV5801 .D43 1992  v.2

 AVAILABLE

Description

1 videocassette (15 min.) : sd, col. ; 1/2 in

Series

Dealing with drugs Show 2

Note

VHS format

Summary

Program covers the parody of mainstream television continues, exploring who takes drugs, some of the reasons why people turn to drugs

Subject

Drug abuse

   
   
   

Title

The Death penalty [videorecording]

Publisher

Princeton, NJ : Films for the Humanities & Sciences, c1993

LOCATION

CALL #

STATUS

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV8699.U5 D37 1993

 AVAILABLE

Description

1 videocassette (26 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in

Note

VHS

Summary

Cases of two men who committed virtually identical murders and were tried in the same courtroom two weeks apart, this program talks with lawyers, prosecutors, jurors and victims to analyze whether the death penalty is working, and how it is applied

Note

FFH 1938

Subject

Capital punishment -- United States

 

Crime

 

Criminals

   

Title

The death penalty : right or wrong? [videorecording] / produced by Knowledge Unlimited

Publisher

Madison, WI : Knowledge Unlimited, c1997

LOCATION

CALL #

STATUS

 FSU Media Center

 HV8694 .D43 1997  Guide

 AVAILABLE

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV8694 .D43 1997

 AVAILABLE

Description

1 videocassette (15 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in. + 1 teacher's guide (12 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.) + 1 poster (ill. ; 44 x 28 cm.)

Series

News matters

Note

VHS

 

Title of accompanying poster: The death penalty in America

 

In container, 30 x 24 x 4 cm

Summary

Designed to encourage students to question and contemplate the issues involved in capital punishment

Subject

Capital punishment

   
   


Title

Depression & suicidal behavior in adolescents [videorecording]

Publisher

Manchester, [England] : University of Manchester ; New York : Insight Media, 1995

LOCATION

CALL #

STATUS

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV6546 .D46 1997

 AVAILABLE

Description

1 videocassette : sd., col. ; 1/2 in

Credits

Edited and produced by Nick Jordon ; presented by Alison Wood

Note

VHS

Subject

Depression in adolescence

 

Teenagers -- Suicidal behavior

   

Title

Drugs : Addiction [videorecording] / CF Productions, Inc

Publisher

[Rockville, MD] : National Institute of Justice, [1990?]

LOCATION

CALL #

STATUS

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV5825 .D783 1990

 AVAILABLE

Description

1 videocassette (29 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in

Marc

VIDEORECORDING

 

ngmIa

Series

Crime file series

Note

VHS format

Performer

Panelists: Dr. Frank Gawin, Dr. John Chappel, and Dr. David Smith

Summary

Three experts explore the nature and consequences of addiction and examine current problems with cocaine

Subject

Drug control -- United States

 

Drug abuse

   
   
                                             

 

Title

Drugs [videorecording] : community responses / CF Productions, Inc

Publisher

[Rockville, MD] : National Institute of Justice, [1990-?]

LOCATION

CALL #

STATUS

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV5825 .D78 1990

 AVAILABLE

Description

1 videocassette (29 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in

Marc

VIDEORECORDING

 

ngmKa

Series

Crime file series

Note

VHS format

 

NCJ 123671

Performer

Panelists: Herman Wrise, Wesley Skogan, Captain Gordon Harrison

Summary

Discussion of citizen actions to stem the tide of drugs in the nation's neighborhoods

Subject

Drug control -- United States

 

Drug abuse

   
   
   

Title

Drugs [videorecording] : treating offenders / CF Productions, Inc

Publisher

[Rockville, MD] : National Institute of Justice, [1990?]

LOCATION

CALL #

STATUS

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV5825 .D87 1990  no.6

 AVAILABLE

Description

1 videocassette (29 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in

Marc

VIDEORECORDING

 

cgmIa

Series

Crime file

Note

Segment of the television program Crime file

 

VHS format

Credits

Director, John Vogt; producer, Christopher Koch; editor, Loye E. Miller

Performer

Moderator, James Q. Wilson ; guests, Barry Nidorf, Doris Layton Mackenzie, M. Douglas Anglin

Summary

Discusses the need for innovative ways to rehabilitate drug offenders, such as boot camps

Subject

Drug addicts -- Rehabilitation -- United States

 

Drug abuse and crime -- United States

 

Drug abuse and crime

 

Criminals -- Rehabilitation

 

Criminal justice, Administration of

               

 

Author

National Institute of Justice (U.S.)

Title

Drugs [videorecording] : youth gangs

Publisher

Washington, DC : U.S. Dept. of Justice, National Institute of Justice, [1990-?]

LOCATION

CALL #

STATUS

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV9067.D7 .N6 1990

 AVAILABLE

Description

1 videocassette(29 min.) : sd., col.; 1/2 in

Marc

VIDEORECORDING

 

ngmKa

Series

National Institue of Justice Crime File Series

 

National Institute of Justice (U.S.)

Note

VHS format

Summary

This video talks about the rise in crime connected with the selling of drugs by gangs and of the more serious crimes resulting from rivalry among the gangs

Subject

Drug addicts

 

Drug abuse

 

Juvenile delinquency

   
   


Title

Dying for a smoke [videorecording] / a presentation of William Riead Productions, Mag III Productions, Ltd. and Cinema West

Publisher

[Huntsville, Tex. : Educational Video Network, c1994]

LOCATION

CALL #

STATUS

 FSU Media Center-VCR

 HV5733 .D95 1994

 AVAILABLE

Description

1 videocassette (60 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in

Credits

Produced, written and directed by Bill Riead

Summary

Examines the battle between the U.S. tobacco industry and the anti-smoking lobby for control over the $100 billion annual tobacco sales and the estimated 419,000 annual deaths due to it. Shows the industry's political and advertising tactics. Includes interviews with celebrities including Charlton Heston, Chuck Norris, and Gregory Hines

Note

VHS

Subject

Smoking

 

Tobacco -- Physiological effect

 

Advertising -- Cigarettes -- United States

 

Tobacco industry -- United States

   
   

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