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Title: North American free trade
Authors: Métavidea Associates
Radio-Québec
Vision TV
Gjerstad, O.
Flemington, P.
Rampen, L.
MacDonald, F.
Montgomery, M.
Keywords: MASS MEDIA
CULTURAL INDUSTRY
ACCULTURATION
FREE TRADE
INTERNATIONAL TRADE
PRIVATIZATION
COMPETITIVENESS
MEXICO
UNITED STATES
MUSIC
PERFORMERS
URBAN AREAS
QUEBEC
POLITICAL ASPECTS
APARTHEID
DEMOCRACY
SOUTH AFRICA
CHILDREN
ADOLESCENTS
BLACKS
THEATRE
Issue Date: 1993
Publisher: Vision TV, Toronto, ON, CA
Series/Report no.: North South series; 113
Abstract: Video consists of four parts: part one (North American free trade, ca. 16 min.) examines the potential impact of the North American Free Trade Agreement on the Mexican entertainment and cultural industry; part two (ca. 7 min.) examines the Sunday drumming sessions held during the summer in Montreal's Mount Royal Park; part three (ca. 10 min) examines the music of South African performer Johnny Clegg as well as that country's current political situation; part four (ca. 19 min.) examines the South African song and dance troupe called Save the Children, which is composed of children from the poor black townships.
Description: Host: F. MacDonald
Executive producer: P. Flemington
Series produced by: L. Rampen
Narrators: M. Montgomery and B. Proulx
Series produced by Métavidea for Vision TV
Also available in 3/4" master tape
ARCVC copy #2 in VHS, PAL format
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/14573
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Appears in Collections:IDRC Research Results / Résultats de recherches du CRDI
1990s / Années 1990

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