Ways of mankind

This series is an exploration into the origin and development of cultures, customs and folkways in various parts of the world.An online collection of early educational public radio content from the National Association of Educational Broadcasters (NAEB).

https://mith.umd.edu/airwaves/programs/ways-of-mankind/

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You're not alone


This program, "You're Not Alone," discusses how humans form into groups and the various types of groups that can exist.


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 1964-01-31  n/a
 
 

Legend of the longhouse


"A Legend of the Longhouse" is a study in authority, based on an Iroquois legend.


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 1964-01-24  n/a
 
 

Legend of the longhouse


"A Legend of the Longhouse" is a study in authority, based on an Iroquois legend.


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 1964-01-24  n/a
 
 

Sticks and stones


This program, "Sticks and Stones," discusses the nature of religious belief.


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 1964-01-20  n/a
 
 

Case of the sea lion flippers


This program, "The Case of the Sea-Lion Flippers," discusses ethics among the Yurok people.


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 1964-01-09  n/a
 
 

When Greek meets Greek


This program, "When Greek Meets Greek," discusses ancient Greek values and how they were perpetuated.


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 1964-01-03  n/a
 
 

Desert soliloquy


This program, "Desert Soliliquy," tells the story of a Hopi Indian and the family customs that went into making him who he was.


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 1963-12-27  n/a
 
 

Stand in for a murderer


This program, "Stand in for a Murderer," attempts to show the different ways that cultures deal with issues in order to help listeners understand and respect cultural differences.


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 1963-12-23  n/a
 
 

Word in your ear


This program discusses the vast variety of extant languages, as well as the variables that exist within each language.


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 1963-12-16  n/a
 
 

But I know what I like


"But I Know What I Like" is a study in the arts and how artistic standards vary by culture.


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 1952-07-10  n/a
 
 
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