A special broadcast of a four-hour series of lectures by UCLA Psychologist Dr. Carl Faber (ca. 1937-1996) on the role of women in American society and the psychological consequences of that assigned role. Dr. Faber also talks informally about the subject in special interviews conducted by KPFK's Helene Rosenbluth and Roy Tuckman. Produced by Roy Tuckman. The recordings were made from January to March 1977, and all parts were broadcast together on March 8, 1977. r.1-3. The crippled person. -- r.4-5. Dropping out. -- r.6-7. Sexuality, violence, and aggression. -- r.8-9. Future issues in the women's movement.
Woman as slave / Carl Faber (Series record)
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Date Recorded on:
Temple Valley Beth Shalom, Van Nuys (Calif.), Jan. 1977 and KPFK, Mar. 1977
Date Broadcast on:
KPFK, 8 March 1977.
Total duration (All reels):
9 reels (336 min.) : 7 1/2 ips, mono.
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Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archives, 1977
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