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What The Future Will Look Like (And Where We Might Fit In)
Dr. Marvin Cetron is one of the preeminent forecaster-futurists in the world and has consulted for 400 of the Fortune 500 firms, including General Motors, IBM, Best Western, and Capital One; more than 100 government agencies, among them the CIA, the TSA, and the NSA; and served as an advisor to the White House for every administration from the time of John Kennedy through the Clinton years.
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I’ll be presenting at this Conference on Digital Media and Jewish Community. Should be a fascinating conference.

Raising Cain | PBS

Raising Cain premiered on January 12, 2006.
Check your local listings for re-broadcasts.

America’s boys are in trouble. They are the most violent in the industrialized world. Many are unable to express their emotions. On average, boys are doing worse in the classroom than they were 10 years ago.

Who is responsible for this situation? How do we learn to listen to and support our boys? How can we guide them on the path to becoming responsible, caring men?

The documentary, Raising Cain: Boys in Focus, provides answers, insights, ideas, and hope. Hosted by child psychologist Michael Thompson, Ph.D., co-author of the best-selling book Raising Cain: Protecting the Emotional Lives of Boys, this documentary explores the emotional development of boys in America today. Thompson consults with some of our nation’s most respected psychologists, social activists, researchers and educators to probe the issues facing boys and find solutions to their dilemmas.

This two-hour documentary provides surprising new research about boys’ inner lives, dispelling a number of commonly held misconceptions, and highlights innovative programs that are bringing out the best in boys. The PBS Parents Guide to Understanding and Raising Boys offers insights and advice from Thompson and other experts on raising boys in America today.

Raising Cain is a production of Powderhouse and Michael Thompson, Ph.D., in association with Oregon Public Broadcasting.

 

via Dr. Jan Plass and  pbs.org