Secondary Catalogue

Series: Psychology, Religion, Society, and Culture

Contains 4 Categories

A Wild Education

A Wild Education

This film is about the extraordinary journey of a family living deep in the wild of the Carpathian Mountains. Christoph and Barbara met in Romania, over a love of wolves, and continue breaking through local opposition with their passion and...Show More
Cain and Abel

Cain and Abel

Watch as the story of Cain and Abel from Genesis Chapter 4 comes to life. The third chapter of iBIBLE shows the story of Cain and Abel, Adam and Eve’s sons, and the story of the first murder.
Cheetahs

Cheetahs

Not A Pet looks at the illegal wildlife pet trade, and the role social media plays in the parading and trading of exotic animals online. This episode focuses on cheetahs.
Creation

Creation

Watch as the story of creation from Genesis Chapter 1 and Genesis Chapter 2 comes to life. Featured in the first chapter of iBIBLE are the days of creation from the heavens and the earth, to the creation of animals, birds, fish, and humans—Adam...Show More
Cultural Diversity: Respecting Each Other's Differences

Cultural Diversity: Respecting Each Other's Differences

Learn all about cultural diversity. What does "cultural diversity" mean? Why is it a positive thing in society? What are the barriers to achieving cultural diversity? What can we learn from other cultural perspectives? The answers to all of these...Show More
Harnessing the Media

Harnessing the Media

Philip Zimbardo, University of Stanford, highlights the critical role the media plays in communicating research insights to the general public and muses on how psychologists can best take advantage of the power of the media to inform the public...Show More
Language and Culture

Language and Culture

Four experts describe intriguing insights regarding the overlap of language and culture, from the global proliferation of sign languages, to the idea of language as an expression of identity. Featured are Carol Padden, Prof. of Communication and...Show More
Language and Thought

Language and Thought

Four distinguished researchers in language studies, linguistics and psychology detail their provocative views on the links between language and thought. The following researchers are featured: David Bellos (Princeton University), Ellen Bialystok...Show More
Learning from the Past

Learning from the Past

Harvard University historian David Armitage discusses the question of how the past can be used to shape today’s policy, describing how policymakers should not only try to avoid making the same mistakes, but also consider worthy roads not taken.
Measuring Democracy

Measuring Democracy

UCSD Chinese Studies specialist Karl Gerth describes how the standard view that “America is democratic and China isn’t”, while hardly entirely incorrect, doesn’t really bear up under careful scrutiny.
Mega-Moo and the Grumpy Ducks

Mega-Moo and the Grumpy Ducks

The video game Grumpy Ducks is causing everyone to moo like a cow! Secret agent Ryan Defrates must sneak into Grumpy Ducks headquarters and unplug the game before it's too late. Ryan faces the evil computer genius and learns that video games are...Show More
Modelling Politics

Modelling Politics

Brian Epstein, Tufts University, describes how key aspects of his philosophical views of the social world can be directly applied to politics, explaining that to understand politics, it is vital to consider what led people to become political...Show More
Primates

Primates

Not A Pet looks at the illegal wildlife pet trade, and the role social media plays in the parading and trading of exotic animals online. This episode focuses on great apes and monkeys.
Should Adventurers Be Rescued?

Should Adventurers Be Rescued?

When adventurers find themselves in peril, should they be rescued? Or should they be left to deal with the consequences of their risky, and sometimes reckless, actions? This video looks at the arguments for both sides, exploring safety risks and...Show More
Should All Drugs Be Legal and Regulated?

Should All Drugs Be Legal and Regulated?

Should illicit drugs be made legal and regulated? Or do the potential risks to the public outweigh the benefits? This video looks at the arguments for both sides, discussing the dangers of addiction and historical precedent for changing the law....Show More
Should Common Good Come Before Individual Freedom?

Should Common Good Come Before Individual Freedom?

Which is more important for our society: common good or individual freedoms? Or are the lines blurred? This video looks at the arguments for all sides, examining the history of tobacco and seat belt legislation, and discussing 21st century issues...Show More
Should Countries Accept Refugees?

Should Countries Accept Refugees?

Should countries accept refugees, and how many? Or could the disadvantages of doing this outweigh the benefits? This video looks at the arguments for all sides, explaining countries’ legal and moral obligations, and exploring short-term versus...Show More
Should Parents Be Able to Edit Their Children's Genes?

Should Parents Be Able to Edit Their Children's Genes?

Should parents be given the choice to edit the genes of their unborn children? Or should this practice remain outlawed? This video looks at the arguments for both sides, discussing the He Jiankui affair and CRISPR-Cas9 technology, and explaining...Show More
Should We All Be Vegetarians?

Should We All Be Vegetarians?

Should everyone on the planet become vegetarian, and is it even possible? Or is eating meat an essential part of human evolution? This video looks at the arguments for all sides, giving a brief history of vegetarianism, and discussing the ethical...Show More
The Candy World Crash

The Candy World Crash

Granny and her boys have created a tasty town made entirely out of candy, but her secret formula is as dangerous as it is delicious. Ryan and his mother must practice self control if they are to stop Granny and save the people of Candy...Show More
The Courageous Scaredy-Cat

The Courageous Scaredy-Cat

Toys everywhere are disappearing, and Kackle the clown and his army of monkeys are behind it. Special agent Ryan Defrates is called in on the case. But there's a problem. Ryan is terrified of clowns. What can he do to overcome his fear and save...Show More
The Exploding Hot Sauce

The Exploding Hot Sauce

Furious that her hot sauce did not win first place at the county fair, Granny takes to a life of crime—robbing banks with a new sauce that can burn through anything! To help stop the crime spree, Freedom International agent Ryan Defrates is...Show More
The Fall

The Fall

Watch as the story of the fall of humankind from Genesis Chapter 3 comes to life. Featured in the second chapter of iBIBLE is the story of Adam and Eve’s temptation in the garden of Eden by the serpent, and fall into sin.
The Great Flood: Part 1

The Great Flood: Part 1

Watch as the story of the Great Flood from Genesis Chapter 5, Genesis Chapter 6, and Genesis Chapter 7 comes to life. The fourth chapter of iBIBLE introduces Noah. God told Noah to build an ark and gather all the animals two-by-two. It rained for...Show More
The Great Flood: Part 2

The Great Flood: Part 2

Watch as the the story of the Great Flood from Genesis Chapter 8 and Genesis Chapter 9 comes to life. In the fifth chapter of iBIBLE, the rain stops on the earth, and Noah and his family finally leave the ark. God makes promises to Noah and his...Show More