The revolution in human expectations
Introducing the program, host C. Dale Fuller indicates the industrial and scientific revolutions brought to the West increased life expectancy, reduction of disease, rarity of poverty and widespread luxurious leisurely living. The revolution in human expectations is the demand of the people of underdeveloped areas of the world for the same benefits. This program describes the magnitude of the needs of the underdeveloped areas and shows how these often produce violence. It analyzes what is being done about the demands of people in so called backward areas and what might be done. This revolution is one without slogans or armies, but it encompasses four-fifths of the people of the world and its outcome will shape much of humanity's future.
C. Dale Fuller; The Social Science Foundation of the University of Denver; Communications Center, University of Denver; Noel Jordan; Myron Smith
National Educational Television; Indiana University Audio-Visual Center; KRMA-TV, University of Denver
Quality of life; Developing countries
National Educational Television
IUL Moving Image Archive
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