Queensland speaks: The case for digital listening in oral history

Stanley, Maree (2010) Queensland speaks: The case for digital listening in oral history. Oral History Association of Australia Journal, 32 24-27.

Author Stanley, Maree
Title Queensland speaks: The case for digital listening in oral history
Journal name Oral History Association of Australia Journal
ISSN 0158-7366
Publication date 2010
Sub-type Article (original research)
Volume 32
Start page 24
End page 27
Total pages 4
Place of publication State Library of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
Publisher Oral History Association of Australia
Language eng
Formatted abstract
This paper gives an overview of the Queensland
Speaks
oral history project currently being undertaken
at the University of Queensland. This paper argues
the merit of leaving the Queensland Speaks project as
an oral record rather than providing a transcription.
I examine the current literature and argue the case
for audio digital accessibility. The novel aspect
of the project is the opportunity to interview both
government ministers and the senior public servants
who worked for them. The project concentrates on
Queensland governance between 1965 and 1999.
Q-Index Code C1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Unknown

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