Interview material from Western Sydney women's oral history project: 'From farms to freeways: Women's memories of Western Sydney'

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Title
Interview material from Western Sydney women's oral history project: 'From farms to freeways: Women's memories of Western Sydney'
Type
Dataset
Date Record Created
2015-02-19
Date Record Modified
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Language
English
Embargo
Embargo
Not embargoed.
Embargo date
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Embargo comment
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Coverage
Date Coverage
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Time Period
40+ year period post World War Two
Geospatial Location
  1. Geonames: Penrith, AU (Australia/Sydney)
  2. Geonames: Blacktown, AU (Australia/Sydney)
  3. Text: POLYGON((150.61296701431 -33.849811348747,150.61296701431 -33.707127605688,151.02083444595 -33.707127605688,151.02083444595 -33.849811348747,150.61296701431 -33.849811348747))
Description
Description
The project: 'From farms to freeways: Women's memories of Western Sydney' sought to capture the experiences of women who had lived in Blacktown and Penrith since the early 1950s, including their responses to social changes brought about by rapid suburbanisation in the Western Sydney region in the post-war period. This dataset consists of 34 audio recordings, the resulting interview transcripts, participant photographs, and project material.
Related Publications
  1. Chambers, D. (1997). A stake in the country: Women's experiences of suburban development. In R. Silverstone (Ed.), Visions of suburbia (pp. 86-107): Routledge.
    9780415107167
Related Websites
  1. From farms to freeways: Women's memories of Western Sydney
    Omeka
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People
Creators
  1. Dr Deborah Chambers [CI]
  2. Associate Professor Carol Liston [PI]
  3. Christine Wieneke [PI]
Primary Contact
Carol Liston, c.liston@uws.edu.au
Supervisors
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Subject
Fields of Research
  1. 210303 - Australian History (excl. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander History) (210303)
  2. 200299 - Cultural Studies not elsewhere classified (200299)
  3. 200405 - Language in Culture and Society (Sociolinguistics) (200405)
Socio-Economic Objective
  1. 950503 - Understanding Australia (950503)
  2. 950202 - Languages and Literacy (950202)
Keywords
  1. oral history
  2. Penrith
  3. Blacktown
  4. community formation
  5. women
  6. Western Sydney
  7. suburbanisation
  8. spoken Australian language
Research Activity
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Rights
Access Rights/Conditions
Data is available for use with attribution
Rights
Copyright University of Western Sydney
License
CC BY: Attribution 3.0 AU
License - Other
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Attachments
  1. ftf_transcripts_plaintext.zip (Data File, Public)
  2. ftf_transcripts_pdfa.zip (Data File, Public)
  3. ftf_photographs.zip (Data File, Public)
  4. ftf_transcripts_for_upload.csv (Data File, Public)
  5. ftf_audio_for_upload.csv (Data File, Public)
  6. ftf_images_for_upload.csv (Data File, Public)
  7. ftf_letters_for_upload.csv (Data File, Public)
  8. ftf_projectMaterials_for_upload.csv (Data File, Public)
  9. ftf_allItems_output.xml (Data File, Public)
  10. ftf_item_relationships.rtf (Data File, Public)
  11. ftf_readMe.rtf (Supporting Material, Public)
Citation
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Identifier Type
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Creators
  1. Dr Deborah Chambers
  2. Associate Professor Carol Liston
  3. Christine Wieneke
Title
Interview material from Western Sydney women's oral history project: 'From farms to freeways: Women's memories of Western Sydney'
Edition
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Publisher
University of Western Sydney
Place of Publication
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Dates
  1. 2015-02-19 {missing: 'dc:type.skos:prefLabel'}
  2. 2015-02-27 {missing: 'dc:type.skos:prefLabel'}
URL
http://dx.doi.org/10.4225/35/555d661071c76
Context
Chambers, Deborah; Liston, Carol; Wieneke, Christine (2015): Interview material from Western Sydney women's oral history project: 'From farms to freeways: Women's memories of Western Sydney'. University of Western Sydney.http://dx.doi.org/10.4225/35/555d661071c76