ERIC Number: ED079999
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1973
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Access. Challenge for Change/Societe Nouvelle Number Eleven.
Prinn, Elizabeth, Ed.
Access is a journal published three or four times a year by Challenge for Change/Societe Nouvelle (CCSN). CCSN is an experimental program established by the Government of Canada as a cooperative effort between the National Film Board of Canada and certain of the Government's departments. Its purposes are to improve communications, create greater understanding, promote new ideas, and provoke social change. The seven major articles in this issue deal with: 1) portable video tape and the creation of regional consciousness in Appalachia; 2) citizen participation in Canadian cable (CATV) programing; 3) new functions for CATV; 4) principles and procedures of leadership for community change; 5) environmental education by films; 6) video tape recording as a tool of cross cultural communication; and 7) the use of video taping in the teaching of history. (PB)
Descriptors: Cable Television, Citizen Participation, Communication (Thought Transfer), Community Change, History Instruction, Leadership, Periodicals, Programing (Broadcast), Social Change, Videotape Recordings
Challenge for Change/Societe Nouvelle, National Film Board of Canada, P. O. Box 6100, Montreal, 101, Quebec
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Authoring Institution: National Film Board of Canada, Montreal (Quebec).
Identifiers - Location: Canada