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Author Ziker, John P. (John Peter), 1965-

Title Speaking Dolgan ; Children of the transition ; The Lee Hamilton commentaries : what makes a good politician.

Publication Info. [Washington, DC] : Public Radio International, [2000]

Call No.D1 .D5 2000 no. 529, 530 Circulation Desk
LocationMoore Audio CD

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 Moore Audio CD  D1 .D5 2000 no. 529, 530  529-530    Available  Ask at Circulation Desk
Description 1 audio disc (63 min.) : stereo ; 4 3/4 in.
Physical Medium 4 3/4 in.
Description 1.4 m/s
stereo
Note Titles from disc label.
Event Program #529 broadcast week: Apr. 24-30, 2000; program #530 broadcast week: May 1-7, 2000.
System Details Audio compact disc.
Performer John Ziker interviewed in the first program; Kathleen Kuehnast in the second program.
Note "From the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars."
Summary Program #529 : Title: Speaking Dolgan "The Taimyro region of Siberia is twice the size of California. A small number of ethnic groups inhabit the region and their indigenous languages are fast disappearing. Among these communities is the Dolgan people of whom there are but 8000 members, and only half of them speak the native tongue. John Ziker is a cultural anthropologist devoted to the preservation of the Dolgan language and culture. He explains what is at stake." Track sheet.
Program #530 : Title: Children of the transition "A decade after the fall of state socialism, the economic transformation of Central Asian republics is still deeply troubled. Safetynets in the form of official guarantees of education and health care have been lost. Most vulnerable are women and children. Children lack decent nutrition and are increasingly unschooled. Women grapple with new models of economic social success. The result of so much deprivation is an insecure society rife with alienation and despair. Cultural anthropologist Kathleen Kuehnast explains the larger implications of these circumstances."--Track sheet.
Linking Entry This describes one issue from the audio portion of the magazine, Dialogue, created by the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, and broadcast on both radio and television.
Subject Dolgans -- Russia (Federation) -- Siberia.
Dolgans.
Russia (Federation) -- Siberia.
Dolgan language -- Russia (Federation)
Dolgan language.
Russia (Federation)
Women -- Asia, Central -- Social conditions.
Women.
Central Asia.
Social conditions.
Women -- Asia, Central -- Economic conditions.
Economic conditions.
Children -- Asia, Central -- Social conditions.
Children.
Children -- Asia, Central -- Economic conditions.
Women.
Womyn.
Children.
Genre/Form Sound recordings.
Sound recordings.
Added Author Kuehnast, Kathleen R.
Hamilton, Lee.
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.
Public Radio International.
Added Title Dialogue (Radio program). 2000. No. 529.
Dialogue (Radio program). 2000. No. 530.
Children of the transition.
Lee Hamilton commentary #19 : What makes a good politician.
What makes a good politician.
Constituent Unit: Dialogue (Radio program) 2000 (OCoLC)39307750