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Combating Conflict with Character (5 Parts)

Synopsis
This five-part series helps young people navigate the dilemmas surrounding bullying, peer pressure, prejudice, and unresolved anger - with an additional programme focusing especially on conflict management and resolution. Emphasising character-building as a prime ingredient in overcoming conflict, the series uses no-nonsense dramatisations, candid school hallway interviews, and expert commentary to define basic ideas, illustrate ways in which conflicts often play out, and ultimately present methods for diffusing them - based on honesty, awareness, and respect for others.
Language
English
Country
United States
Year of release
2011
Year of production
2011
Subjects
Psychology; Mental Health and Counselling
Keywords
bullying at school; conflict resolution; peer groups; prejudice; anger management

Distribution Formats

Type
DVD
Format
Region 2 PAL
Price
£180 (set) £48.00 (each)
Availability
Sale
Duration/Size
150 minutes
Year
2012

Sections

Title
Managing Conflict Resolution
Duration
30 mins

Title
Handling Anger and Frustration
Duration
30 mins

Title
Dealing with Bullying
Duration
30 mins

Title
Overcoming Prejudice
Duration
30 mins

Title
Handling Peer Pressure
Duration
30 mins

Production Company

Name

Cambridge Educational

Email
customerservice@cambridgeol.com
Web
http://www.cambridgeeducational.com External site opens in new window
Address
PO Box 2153
Charleston, WV 25328-2153

Distributor

Name

Viewtech Educational Media

Contact
Lynda Morrell
Notes
NB. Viewtech ceased trading in 2014 and the company’s products are no longer in distribution For over 30 years Viewtech distributed programmes from leading specialist educational producers from around the world and since 2002 it included titles previously distributed in the UK by Educational Media Film & Video. The extensive collection covered all subjects within the primary and secondary curriculum and some materials, particularly in the areas of study skills and business, are applicable to further/higher education.

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