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Yugoslavian migrant Senka talks about her experiences as a working mother.
Series : Putting a Face to an Issue | Episode : 8 | Year : 1975 | Producer : Suzanne Baker
Director : Debby Kingland |
Senka preparing and serving meal, husband opening wine bottle, family having dinner, Senka holding young daughter, talking about enjoying work, Senka and others entering Malleys factory, working in factory, woman manager talking about women wanting to work for social contact, factory workers in canteen, Senka talking with other women, working in factory. Babysitter talking about minding children as Senka can't find anyone else, VS babysitter reading and watching television as children play.
Access No. 136471 | 3 mins 30 secs | 1970s | Australia | © NFSA | B&W |
Senka putting her two young children to bed, reading story, interview Senka talking about problems with finding people to look after her children, VS children playing, Senka talking of kindergartens available in Yugoslavia, her children becoming used to be looked after by other people, zoom to children playing on lower ground balcony of block of units, interview, CU television screen (soap opera playing), photo of baby, interview Senka about something needing to be done about lack of childcare.
Access No. 136472 | 3 mins 40 secs | 1970s | Australia | © NFSA | B&W |