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Lawrence Shelton Welcomes Students to HDFS

By: lshelton

Lawrence Shelton welcomes new students to the Human Development and Family Studies program at UVM, and introduces himself.

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Human Populations and Domestication of Barley

By: tpritcha

This video includes a look at the increase in human populations with a special emphasis on the importance of the domestication of barley leading in part to the development of an agrarian society.

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HDFS 161 Episode 2

By: lshelton

Professor Shelton discusses the concept of "the social context" of development and provides examples and raises questions about what aspects of the social context are important to children, families and others across the life span.

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Bronfenbrenner Primer Commentary Introduction

By: lshelton

Professor Lawrence Shelton introduces video commentaries to accompany The Bronfenbrenner Primer: A Guide to Develecology.

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HDFS 060 Episode 26 Family Diversity

By: lshelton

Professor Shelton discusses the diversity among families, the many types of families and the diversity even within types. He argues that the type or form of a family is not as important as its functions and how its ecosystem facilitates or hinder...

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Polasky, Stephen. "Meeting the Sustainable Development Challenge of Jointly Achieving Economic Growth and Improved Environmental Conditions". Marsh Professor. 25 October 2016.

By: presdent

Stephen Polasky is among the world’s leaders in combining ecology and economics to quantify the benefits of nature to human society. He has assessed the impact of biofuels on agricultural landscapes, climate change, and food prices, and he has p...

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HST67/ENVS167#3-5_Humans&Natural World

By: anbuchan

Lecture on emerging strands of human relationship with the natural world, including the development of religious and scientific ideas.

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HDFS 161 Episode 4

By: lshelton

Professor Shelton discusses the relationships of gender, family and parenthood to employment and introduces Madeleine Kunin's proposals for changing the ecosystem of work to better support women, parents and families.

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Human Inquiry and Science Part2

By: 97dconne

Human Inquiry Lecture part 2