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dc.contributor.authordu Boulay, Alethea Blanche
dc.contributor.supervisorDr John Stephens

To understand the role of oral history in interpreting a place, oral history methodology was used to explore place from a cultural point of view and interpretation through the constructivist approach. Kalamunda, Western Australia, was used as the subject place for this research and a series of oral history interviews were conducted with members of the community. The research supports previous studies and asserts that oral history methodology has a key position in the interpretation of place.

dc.publisherCurtin University
dc.titleThe role of oral history in interpreting a place
curtin.departmentSchool of Built Environment
curtin.accessStatusOpen access

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