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Toni and Steven interviewed by Melissa Watson for the Cultural context of unemployment oral history project [sound recording]
Bib ID 1854495
Format AudioAudio [sound recording]
Author
Toni, Interviewee
 
Access Conditions Some restrictions on access. 
Description 1986 Jan. 23 
1 audiocassette (ca. 53 min.) : 1 7/8 ips. 
Series

Cultural context of unemployment oral history project.

Summary

Toni and Steven, who are married and unemployed, speak of school; work experience; local CEP work; looking for work; problems; financial situation; parental support; Steven losing his job; employment schemes; Dept of Social Security; the dole; need for greater financial support; lifestyle; feelings of unemployment; death of their song; their relationship; community attitudes to the unemployed; being unemployed and having children; CYSS; their parents; the employment situation; changes that should be made; industries and their effect on employment; unemployment in the local area; children of the unemployed; health care.

Notes

Recorded by the Perth Team (School leavers) of the Cultural Context of Unemployment Project, a CEP Program administered by the National Library of Australia.

Digital master available National Library of Australia

Index/Finding Aid Note Transcript available (59 p.) 
Subjects Toni -- Interviews.  |  Steven -- Interviews.  |  Unemployed -- Western Australia -- Case studies.  |  Unemployment -- Social aspects -- Western Australia -- Kwinana.
Other authors/contributors Watson, Melissa, Interviewer  |  Steven, Interviewee  |  Cultural Context of Unemployment Project. Perth Team
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