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Carol Burra ,Carol White Interview, Psychology

Main Speaker(s): Carol Burra, Shirley. Video is of an interview with Shirley by Burra. Begins with Burra asking Shirley about the lack of intimacy in her marriage, which is why she originally sought to talk to Carol White (who is present in the room) for marriage counselling. Shirley then talks about how her life is after seeking counselling.

Queen's University. Queen's Television.

Policy Studies Inaugural Conference: Policy as Process (2 tapes)

PART 1: Main Speaker(s): Giles Paquet, Keith Banting. Begins with chairman explaining the meaning of 'policy as a process'. Afterwards, Paquet presents his paper Policy as a Process: Tackling Wicked Problems. Afterwards Banting gives his thoughts on policy as a process for the remainde rof the video. At the end of the video multiple audience members address the presenters with questions and comments.
Part 2. Continuation and conclusion of the audeince questions and comments.

Queen's University. Queen's Television.

Brian Way: McArthur Auditorium

Main Speaker(s): Brian Way. Location: Duncan McArthur Hall. Video is of a lecture by Way on the public school teaching method of treating every child the same, and why this is ineffective and detrimental. He also discusses the importance of the arts as a way of allowing people to express themselves and display their inner feelings.

Queen's University. Queen's Television.

Alcohol Awareness: The Oprah Palmer Show

Main Speaker(s): Penny Palmer, Sgt. Jerry Tohill, Dr James McSherry, Diane Nolting, Frank Molineaux, Nelda Pye, Moira Ness, Claudia Heiman, Mary Durrell, Marco Delcarlo, Rana Shakar, Sandy Chalmers, Tim Jones. Location: Victoria Hall. Video is of a program that was part of 1990's Alcohol Awareness Week put on by Queen's residence Dons. Begins with Sgt. Tohill talking about his most memorable experience as an officer regarding alcohol. Dr McSherry speaks on how alcohol affects women differently than men. Afterwards Palmer asks the audience several questions. Many of the panelists also answer questions about alcohol and alcoholism. In between questions students put on skits regarding sexual safety.

Queen's University. Queen's Television.

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