Item details
Item ID
GK1-FM15_56_1b_video
Title One frog too many story book.
Description Video content. One frog too many story book. FAP is 25 years old. She is reading the book to her son. Other children are present. Cassandra Algy is operating the camera. 4:49min.
Origination date 2015-09-28
Origination date free form
Archive link https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/GK1/FM15_56_1b_video
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Collector
Felicity Meakins
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Language as given Gurindji Kriol
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Dialect
Region / village Daguragu
Originating university University of Queensland
Operator Julia Colleen Miller
Data Categories
Data Types MovingImage
Discourse type narrative
Roles FAP : speaker
Cassandra Algy : recorder
FAP's son : participant
DOI 10.26278/2Y6N-NC66
Cite as Felicity Meakins (collector), FAP (speaker), Cassandra Algy (recorder), FAP's son (participant), 2015. One frog too many story book.. MXF/MP4. GK1-FM15_56_1b_video at catalog.paradisec.org.au. https://dx.doi.org/10.26278/2Y6N-NC66
Content Files (2)
Filename Type File size Duration File access
GK1-FM15_56_1b_video-01.mp4 video/mp4 97 MB 00:04:47.279
GK1-FM15_56_1b_video-01.mxf application/mxf 6.42 GB
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Collection Information
Collection ID GK1
Collection title Gurindji Kriol Corpus
Description This collection consists of recordings from adult and child speakers of Gurindji Kriol from 2004-2017. Most recordings are made to picture-prompt stimuli.

Note that Cassandra Algy was instrumental in the collection of the Gurindji Kriol data, so please cite as:

Felicity Meakins, Cassandra Algy (collectors), 2004. Gurindji Kriol Corpus. Collection GK1 at catalog.paradisec.org.au [Closed Access]. http://catalog.paradisec.org.au/collections/GK1

Many thanks to Sasha Wilmoth who was instrumental to the development of the corpus. We are also grateful to a number of interns who transcribed and annotated recordings of children's Gurindji Kriol in a number of University of Queensland Summer Research programs (2014-2018): Sasha Wilmoth, Jackie van den Bos, Kate Charlwood, Hannah Choi, Elizabeth Hall, Jessica Solla, Vivien Dunn and Bodean Sloan.
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Access Information
Edit access Wolfgang Barth
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Data access conditions Closed (subject to the access condition details)
Data access narrative Videos are only available for community members. Please contact the depositor, Felicity Meakins, at the School of Languages and Cultures, University of Queensland.

No access will be granted to material containing deceased people without prior consent of the families.
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