The Sociology Video Project

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Videos Accessible for the Hearing Impaired

The following videos are either close captioned or have subtitles in English. Learn more about films as teaching tools and resources for the hard-of-hearing at York.

After the Montréal Massacre • feminist analysis of misogyny
Anatomy of desire • analyses scientific discourse on same-sex desire
Deconstructing dinner • chef studies GM foods in international meals
Domino • accounts of multi-racial identity
El Contrato • Mexican migrant workers in Ontario
For Angela • dramatization of racist incident
Gender tango • examples of social constructions
Islam & feminism • women activists in urban & rural Pakistan
Just children • abuse of children in Canadian institutions
My name is Kahentiiosta • profile of a Kahnesatake protestor
No time to stop • immigrant women of colour in bad jobs
School's out • Jane Rule & queer teens on anti-homophobia activism
Some kind of arrangement • three quests for arranged marriage
Speakers for the dead • cemetery restoration reveals lost Black Ontarians’ history
Take Omri, for example • unnarrated observation of daycare bullying
The genetic takeover, or, mutant food • NA and European perspectives on GMO hazards
The sterilization of Leilani Muir • eugenics in 20th century Canada
Urban elder • profile of Vern Harper, aboriginal spiritual leader
Vital signs: Crip culture talks back • on the politics of disability

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