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Dr. Michael J. Dunphy discusses his book, “The Kids’ Karate Book.” He begins by explaining that he is a seventh degree black belt in karate. He says that he wanted to write a book about karate that was child-friendly which included both text and pictures. He talks about the differences between taekwondo and judo. Dunphy describes the growing popularity of girls enrolling in martial arts. He talks about how karate teaches children to be respectful to others, and that violence is taught as a last resort. He ends the interview by discussing the differences between martial arts taught in America and Japan.
U-matic tape; Excerpt of show with Martinson interviewing Steven Kotler before the break, and Michael J. Dunphy after; date and times on case spine: 9/22, 4:30pm, 7:30pm, 9:30pm; date on case front cover: 8/14/99; date on tape: 8/14/99.