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History of Work [videorecording] /

by Laframboise, Guylaine; Leduc, Vincent; Montas, Bernard; Morris, George; Mailloux, Pascal; Productions Coscient Inc; Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm).
Type: materialTypeLabelVisual MaterialSeries: The evolution of society ; Behold humanity! A sociological perspective .Ecce homo (Princeton, N.J.): Publisher: Princeton, N.J. : Films for the Humanities & Sciences, c2003Description: 1 videocassette (53 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.Other Title: Title on disc label & container: History of work.Uniform titles: Ecce homo (Television program).Subject(s): Documentary films | Work -- History | Labor -- HistorySummary: "This program examines work from the early egalitarian hunter/gatherer and agrarian societies to the modern world--a world of multinationals and child slavery, of leisure and hard labor. Noted anthropologists, such as Professor Herbert Applebaum of SUNY, offer insights into how work has evoled and the challenges faced today, when millions are unemployed, and the economic disparity between the First and Third Worlds is becoming ever greater."--Container.
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FFH10205

Videocassette release of a television series, Ecce homo, originally broadcast in 1998.

Copyright date shown on end screen: 1998.

Director, Guylaine Lafromboise ; producer, Vincent Leduc, writer, Bernard Montas ; editor, Marc Bouchard ; music, Pascal Mailloux.

DVD format.

"This program examines work from the early egalitarian hunter/gatherer and agrarian societies to the modern world--a world of multinationals and child slavery, of leisure and hard labor. Noted anthropologists, such as Professor Herbert Applebaum of SUNY, offer insights into how work has evoled and the challenges faced today, when millions are unemployed, and the economic disparity between the First and Third Worlds is becoming ever greater."--Container.

Narrator, George Morris.

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