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Films on Demand - Sociology Collection (TCC Library subscription)
What is Empathy? video from TED Talks
Free Online Videos
Sociological Cinema: teaching and learning sociology through video
Operating since 2010, this website from sociology created and edited by graduate students at the University of Maryland; Valerie Chepp, Paul Dean, and Lester Andrist; features a blog and collection of video clips, podcasts, and essays with discussion points that can be used in the classroom.
Films for Action
"Films For Action uses the power of film to raise awareness of important social, environmental, and media-related issues not covered by the mainstream news. Our goal is to provide citizens with the information and perspectives essential to creating a more just, sustainable, and democratic society. Our website has cataloged over 1500 of the best films and videos that can be watched free online."
Other free online resources are available at website links listed below:
Videos from website PBS Culture and Society
Videos and podcasts from the PBS tv show Frontline
Videos categorized as Sociology topics on Ted Talks
Debate videos from the Intelligence Council on Intelligence Squared Database
Videos hosted on Vimeo from Urban Think Tank
Videos from University of California San Diego Television known as UCSD TV
Education videos on YouTube EDU
Sociology Video Playlist on YouTube (Sociology playlist)
Video of Introduction to Sociological Imagination Lectures on New York University's YouTube channel
(recommended resources from University of Michigan Libraries)
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