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Glasgow Working Lives (oral history project/archive)

Mcivor, Arthur and Walker, David (2011) Glasgow Working Lives (oral history project/archive). Culture & Sport Glasgow (Glasgow Museums).

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Abstract

Gap in Glasgow Museums oral history collection identified and new oral history project ‘Working Lives’ initiated. 21 interviews completed (WAV, MP3 and photographic images) and saved to GM database. This oral history project is ongoing and linked to the Work in Community Placement course (V1499) developed for undergraduates within the University of Strathclyde. Data from this oral history project will be used in forthcoming publications.