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The 1905 Act (Original and Revised Version)
A collection from ECU's archive of documentaries and teaching films. This important documentary is intended as an introduction to the nature of this special legislation and its effects on Aborigines in the south west of Western Australia during the period…
2 videos
Qualitative Consumer Research Episode 4
Part of the Series: Qualitative Consumer Research Episodes 1-14
A video from ECU's archive of documentaries and teaching films. In this program Professor Russell Belk describes each of the various continuums of observation from: participant to non participant, obtrusive to non obtrusive, clandestine to open and short term to…
Qualitative Consumer Research Episode 1
Part of the Series: Qualitative Consumer Research Episodes 1-14
A video from ECU's archive of documentaries and teaching films. In this introductory program Professor Hill describes the scope of qualitative research together with the guiding principles and the specific issues involved in data collection, analysis and writing up of…
Teaching Strategies for Literacy Development
A video from ECU's archive of documentaries and teaching films. This program has been designed to demonstrate a range of teaching strategies that can be used to support literacy development. These explicit instructional strategies can be used with individual children…
Education Horizons:The Gifted
A video from ECU's archive of documentaries and teaching films. The Gifted focuses on the education of gifted children and adolescents. The definition of giftedness is addressed in the early part of the program. It is shown that giftedness is…
Consumer Behaviour: How Consumers Consume: A Taxonomy of Consumption Practices
A video from ECU's archive of documentaries and teaching films. What do people do when they consume? Douglas Holt systematically details the myriad of consumer actions which constitute consuming. He categorises these consumption actions within three existing metaphors: consuming-as-experience, consuming-as-integration…
Health Promotion: in Aboriginal Communities
Part of the Series: Health Promotion Collection
A video from ECU's archive of documentaries and teaching films. In this programme Dr Sherry Saggers, Senior Lecturer, Edith Cowan University, & co-author of 'Aboriginal Health in Society: The Traditional & Contemporary Aboriginal Struggle for Better Health', argues the case…
Thinking Through Questionnaire Research Design Series
A collection from ECU's archive of documentaries and teaching films. Features a series of demonstration tutorials in which students think through research designs for their independent study programs. It outlines the features of research design and illustrates the fluid process…
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The 1905 Act and Personal Experiences
All other ECU programs are available on Kanopy Streaming. This program is intended as an introduction to Aboriginal culture, the experience of invasion and colonisation and the ongoing struggle of Aboriginal people to maintain their identity as the first people…
Let's Decode: A Closer Look (Parts 1,2,3)
A video from ECU's archive of documentaries and teaching films. Let's Decode focuses on procedures for teaching word identification strategies and is designed to compliment other aspects of beginning reading instruction. It covers a carefully sequenced set of decoding skills.…
Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design
A video from ECU's archive of documentaries and teaching films. Most security strategies employ DEFENCE IN DEPTH or the FORTRESS model which involves surrounding the asset with layers of physical and procedural protection. The big disadvantage of this method is…
Public Relations Interview with Shirley Leitch
A video from ECU's archive of documentaries and teaching films. Two seated interview with Shirley Leitch on public relations. Producer: David Crewes
Dysphagia: A Nursing Care Guide
A video from ECU's archive of documentaries and teaching films. Nurses are involved daily in the emergency care of people who have strokes and head injuries. Later these same people and others may require nursing of a different kind if…
Ethical Issues In Accounting
A video from ECU's archive of documentaries and teaching films. Ethical Issues in Accounting are discussed by Don Munro of D.F. Munro and Associates, Dr Val Pervan, Chairman, Appeals Committee ASCPA, with Roger Debreceny and Ben Ryan. Producer: Phil Pearson
Health Promotion: A Feminist Critique
Part of the Series: Health Promotion Collection
A video from ECU's archive of documentaries and teaching films. Dr Lynne Hunt, Department of Health Studies, Edith Cowan University, questions the appropriateness of mainstream health promotion for women. The critique is followed by examples of health promotion in the…
Creative Inquiry
Episode 2 of Landscape and You Episodes 1-14
In this episode visual artists and writers working with the land utilise various creative inquiry strategies to explore their responses to chosen spaces and places. Using direct observation, as well as sources such as dreams and memories, these artists create…
Assessing Needs in Health Promotion
A video from ECU's archive of documentaries and teaching films. This program presents the two-stage model of community health needs assessments outlined by Hawe, Degeling and Hall (1990) in their text "Evaluating Health Promotion". Using a variety of case studies,…
Landscape Review
Episode 12 of Landscape and You Episodes 1-14
A series of twelve programs which examines aspects of 'landscape' in a contemporary cultural context. The presenters of the series, a painter and a poet, are joined by writers, visual artists, dancers, musicians, historians, cultural commentators, environmentalists, pastoralists, scientists and…
Health Promotion: In A Public Context
Part of the Series: Health Promotion Collection
A video from ECU's archive of documentaries and teaching films. Professor D'Arcy Holman, University of Western Australia , outlines an historical overview and contemporary analysis of the Public Health Movement in Western society. Clearly delineated phases in the development of…
Health Promotion: Wellness
Part of the Series: Health Promotion Collection
A video from ECU's archive of documentaries and teaching films. Dr Grant Donovan, Wellness Officer, Western Australian Ministry of Sport and Recreation, puts the case for the 'Wellness Movement', arguing that health promotion has been too involved with disease avoidance…