Work: a window on Australian society

Australia, 1991

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Episode number 1 of Series “Australia at work”.
A four part series examining Australians’ attitudes to work and to changes in the Australian workplace. This first episode introduces some key concepts in any discussion of work: labour, division of labour, industry, and industrial relations. Through interviews with a wide cross-section of people the video examines what is meant by work and the work ethic, and examines how people define themselves through work.



Greg Shepherd

Mervyn Dober

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Focus Audio-Visual Services

Appleseed Productions







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