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Talks From the Tuna Tower: Illegal Fish

By: zisleib

Final project - podcast on all things illegal for fishing and trading, includes ecological impact.

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Bridging the Gap: Improving the relationship between social service organizations and healthcare providers

By: jreategu

 To understand barriers affecting collaboration between social service providers and community health providers in order to promote research-based improvements in health outcomes in rural populations.   

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HDFS 161 Episode 3

By: lshelton

Professor Shelton discusses the macrosystem beliefs and values underlying several current social issues, including racism, police reform, universal health care, and opioid misuse.

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Mayo Clinic Dysarthria Video

By: bguitar

several patients with neurological or structural problems that cause dysarthria (difficulty in speech production)

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HDFS 161 Episode 20 Develecological Health Proposal

By: lshelton

Professor Shelton Describes the process of develecological analysis and elaborates on an example proposing ecosystem changes to increase the health of a community.

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GRS001#21_Pop2

By: anbuchan

Lecture 21 on Population growth, migration and urbanization. Reading is Global Problems, 154-167.

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Unsustainable Fishing Methods

By: eheviale

Podcast on Unsustainable Fishing Methods and their negative effects on fish populations, bycatch, endangered aquatic organism and the marine ecosystem ecology. Complications (damaging ecological balance and food webs), along with future resolution...

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Exploring the Diversity and Impact of Agritourism in Southern Africa

By: rcbartle

Agritourism ventures across Southern Africa offer critical and engaging portraits of how ecological conservation connects to cultural heritage and the tourism industry. This panel will highlight how agritourism is helping to develop rural economie...

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HDFS 161 Episode 18 Crime & Punishment

By: lshelton

Professor Shelton Outlines a develecological understanding of crime and punishment. He describes the development of criminal behavior and thinking, the developmental and ecological ingredients that go into a criminal developmental trajectory, the...