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People Are Taught to be Different: Channelizing aggression
Date
1958
Main contributor
KUHT-TV (Television station)
Summary
This television program discusses the child development concepts of frustration, aggression, and channelized aggression, and illustrates how three different cultures experience and shape these psychological responses: Americans of the continental United States, the Kwoma of New Guinea, and the Alorese of Indonesia. Dancers from Texas Southern University illustrate these concepts and the three different cultures in modern interpretive dance. Credits: Schlessinger, Paul G. (director), Bullock, Henry Allen (host), Bergene, Arnold (editor), Meaney, John William (producer).
Contributors
Meaney, John William; National Educational Television and Radio Center; Schlessinger, Paul G.; Bullock, Henry Allen
Genre
television programs
Subjects
Sociology; Psychology; Dancers; Public television; KUHT-TV (Television station)
Location
Houston, Texas
Collection
KUHT Film and Video
Unit
University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
Language
English
Terms of Use
["In Copyright"]
Physical Description
00:29:10
Notes

This video was originally distributed by National Educational Television (NET).

Collection

University of Houston Libraries Special Collections

KUHT Film and Video

Series Title

People Are Taught to be Different

Other Identifiers
Digital Object: https://id.lib.uh.edu/ark:/84475/do3515bd28q; Other: ID 1997-006, AV Shelving; ArchivesSpace URI: https://findingaids.lib.uh.edu/repositories/2/archival_objects/11671; Preservation Location: ark:/84475/pm0238w9600