MARC Bibliographic Record

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028 40 $a53090s$bFilms Media Group
028 40 $a53096$bFilms Media Group
035    $a(OCoLC)869223405
035    $a100053096
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040    $aAzPhAEM
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245 00 $aEverything Has a Price Tag /$cJava (Firm).
260 3_ $aNew York, N.Y. :$bFilms Media Group,$c[2013], c2012.
300    $a1 streaming video file (29 min.) :$bsd., col.
336    $atwo-dimensional moving image$btdi$2rdacontent
337    $avideo$bv$2rdamedia
337    $acomputer$bc$2rdamedia
338    $aother$bvz$2rdacarrier
338    $aonline resource$bcr$2rdacarrier
344    $adigital$2rda
347    $adata file$2rda
490 1_ $aChina on China
506    $aAccess requires authentication through Films on Demand.
538    $aMode of access: Internet.
538    $aSystem requirements: FOD playback platform.
500    $aEncoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on November 03, 2013.
500    $aFilms on Demand is distributed by Films Media Group for Films for the Humanities & Sciences, Cambridge Educational, Meridian Education, and Shopware.
505 0_ $aChina's Income Gap (2:38) -- China's Urban Middle Class (3:56) -- Shanghai Middle Class Values (2:37) -- China's Billionaires (2:03) -- Chinese Philanthropy (4:20) -- Chinese Rural Poverty Cycle (3:00) -- Chinese Migration Challenges (2:55) -- Sacrificing Family for Finance (4:16) -- Closing China's Income Divisions (1:48) -- Credits: Everything Has a Price Tag: China on China (0:30)
520    $aSkyrocketing wealth might be building a new China, but it is also leading to deep divisions within Chinese society. As in the United States, some experts even question whether or not a widening lifestyle gap is truly beneficial for the country's long-term economic growth, not to mention for social stability. This film looks at emerging class differences in what was originally designed to be a classless state, with discussions focusing on multigenerational poverty in rural areas and the precarious existence of hundreds of millions of migrant workers on the fringes of China's cities. For street-level insight, viewers are invited into the household of two apartment tenants who are most likely living paycheck to paycheck, but who have high ambitions for their young son. Expert commentary comes from Fudan University professor Zhou Dunren, writer Xie Chuntao, and other observers of China's rapidly evolving social landscape.
521 2_ $a9 & up.
546    $aPortions with English subtitles.
588    $aTitle from distributor's description.
650 _0 $aCultural geography.
650 _0 $aEconomic geography.
650 _0 $aPopulation.
650 _0 $aPower (Social sciences)
650 _0 $aSocial classes.
650 _0 $aSocial ecology.
650 _0 $aWealth.
651 _0 $aChina.
655 _0 $aEducational films.
655 _0 $aInternet videos.
655 _7 $aVideorecording.$2local
710 2_ $aFilms Media Group, $efilm distributor.
710 2_ $aFilms for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)
710 2_ $aJava (Firm).
776 08 $iOriginally produced: $dJava (Firm), 2012.
830 _0 $aChina on China.
856 40 $zPart of the Films on Demand collection.$uhttp://fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?wID=240117&xtid=53096

MMS IDs

Document ID: 9911190071002121
Network Electronic IDs: 9911190071002121
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