Science and Human Values

Science and Human Values

Book - 1990
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From the picket lines of industrial conflict and the occupied ground of Maori land-rights campaigns to the stormy skirmishes of women's liberation and disputed histories of the New Zealand Wars, this discussion describes how documentary filmmakers have helped forge a sense of national identity among native New Zealanders. The evocation maintains that these dedicated documentarians have also carried on preserving the work of the country's artists, poets, and Kiwiana exponents as they struggle to express the meaning of life in their home country. Comprised as a series of dispatches from the front line of filmmaking, this record highlights an adventurous art form, celebrating its role in a colorful country's milestones.

Publisher: New York ; Toronto : Harper & Row, [1990], c1965
Edition: Rev. ed. --
ISBN: 9780844665184
0844665185
0060972815
Branch Call Number: 500 Bro 1965
Characteristics: xiv, 119 p. : ill

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