Quoting from the text, "Labeling is the practice of describing or
designating materials by affixing a prejudicial label and/or segregating
them by a prejudicial system. The American Library Association opposes
these means of predisposing peoples attitudes toward library materials . .
University of Washington
On Tue, 7 Dec 1999, Pamela M Weishaupt wrote:
> Pardon, don't mean to sound flip here but shouldn't the title be a pretty
> clear indicator that the content is audience sensitive?
> At 07:34 AM 12/7/99 -0800, you wrote:
> > We purchased a tape from FFHS called Female Circumcision, which
> >contains painfully graphic scenes of these rites performed on an infant
> >on a young woman.
> >There is a fine print warning on theback of the package, but
> >I think we need a more visible warning statement.
> >How do you all handle this kind of thing?