Bullfrog Films
104 minutes
Study Guide
Grades 7-12, College, Adult

Directed by Robert J. Long
Produced by Waterhen Film Productions

DVD Purchase $195, Rent $60
VHS Purchase $195, Rent $60

US Release Date: 1998
Copyright Date: 1996
DVD ISBN: 1-59458-947-X
VHS ISBN: 1-56029-648-8

Subjects
Biology
Canadian Studies
Ecology
Environment
Environmental Ethics
Habitat
Humanities
Philosophy
Religion
Science
Technology
Society
Social Psychology
Sociology

A Series of 4 Programs
Home Place
Exploring Human Ecology with J. Stan Rowe

Putting the role of human beings in the biosphere back into proper perspective.

"An impelling video series of value in any library collection." Teacher Librarian

HOME PLACE is a ground-breaking series of four half-hour programs that attempts to put the role of human beings in the biosphere back into proper perspective. Join ecologist J. Stan Rowe as he explores the relationship between the human species and the Earth's ecosystems which envelop us. Journey towards a new way of seeing and thinking. Explore beyond the boundaries of conventional perspective and being to understand yourself as "earthling"--created and sustained as part of the living Earth.

The titles in the series are:

Inside-Outside - Replaces the human-centered concept of environment with ecosystems.

Life Cycles - Life is a property of Earth.

Partnership - Changing our present exploitative relationship with Earth to one of partnership.

Going Home - Ways to reconnect with the Earth.

Web Page: http://www.bullfrogfilms.com/catalog/homes.html

Reviews
"This excellent series forces the viewer to take a hard look at our exploitive, damaging role as humans in the Earth's ecosystems...The narrative is easy to understand, yet it addresses these important issues in a sophisticated and thorough manner...highly recommended...an appropriate addition to public, school, and academic libraries."

Rue Herbert, University of South Florida, MC Journal

"Each program has a good balance of content and length for use in a typical class period while allowing some room for comment and reaction...The series promotes ecological awareness and provokes thought."
Anthropology Review Database