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Access to individual datasets and collections stored within PARADISEC is determined by the depositor of that collection. Many collections are open access, subject to agreeing to a set of conditions. Other collections are only accessible with permission from the depositor or a relevant stakeholder, such as the people in the recordings. Some collections are closed access due to cultural or legal reasons.

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PARADISEC (Pacific And Regional Archive for DIgital Sources in Endangered Cultures) curates digital material about small or endangered languages. This repository contains datasets collected by linguists, anthropologists, musicologists and other researchers who study the languages and cultures of indigenous people from, but not limited to, Australia's region.

Created: 2003

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