Review of audiovisual materials for use in teaching biological anthropology
Films, Slide series, Videos
American Journal of Physical Anthropology
Educational films and videotapes can be important and useful components in teaching undergraduate biological/physical anthropology courses, whether for majors in the field or general education students. The decreasing production of these materials may reflect higher costs, lower demand due to departmental budgetary cuts, or both. Regardless of these conditions, audiovisual materials are integral parts of many university curricula. Therefore, it is important to consider their current status based on the latest positive reviews of those directly pertinent to instruction in the field. Each film (video) is discussed from the viewpoint of the writer and the reviewer(s). In addition, there are three appendices citing each film (video), where and when reviewed, by whom, and main distributor. Finally, there is an appendix listing producers/distributors with addresses. © 1993 Wiley‐Liss, Inc. Copyright © 1993 Wiley‐Liss, Inc., A Wiley Company
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DOI of published version
Durham, Norris M., "Review of audiovisual materials for use in teaching biological anthropology" (1993). Faculty Publications. 4461.