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Dwayne Peppin interviewed by Stuart Reid for the Cultural context of unemployment oral history project [sound recording]
Bib ID 332358
Format AudioAudio [sound recording]
Author
Peppin, Dwayne, Interviewee
 
Access Conditions Some restrictions on access. 
Description 1986 Feb. 19 
2 audio cassettes (ca. 87 min.) : 1 7/8 ips. 
Series

Cultural context of unemployment oral history project.

Summary

Peppin who is unemployed, speaks of schooling; work experiences; travels; being unemployed; looking for work; interests; lifestyle; background; immigrating from India; his involvement with Community Aid Abroad and CARE (Campaign Against Racial Exploitation), their workings and activities; interest in commercial art; self-opinion; finances; family; leaving school; local youth gang fights; Christianity; the future.

Notes

Transcript and tape have separate location numbers.

Includes index.

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 (52 p.) 
Subjects Peppin, Dwayne -- Interviews.  |  Unemployment -- Social aspects -- Western Australia -- Perth.  |  Unemployed -- Western Australia -- Case studies.
Other authors/contributors Reid, Stuart, 1953-, Interviewer  |  Cultural Context of Unemployment Project. Perth Team
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