Appearing now in its third edition-the second edition was in this is the premier practical guide for conducting, using, and making available to others oral history interviews. Yow's book provides an exceedingly valuable resource for historians, students, teachers, and others interested in recording and using interviews as a means to learn about the past. Community Studies Chapter 8: There will be 12 sessions of practical training, each of 2 Â½ hours, which will require face-to-face meetings at each site. The first three assignments will take the students through a full mini research project. The neophyte will gain insight, strength and guidance from the book's inherent wealth.
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Family Tree Written in a friendly question-and-answer format, this book gives advice for preparing, setting up, and conducting an interview.
Doing Oral History
Students from other universities may be admitted if there is space. In addition the students will be asked to keep a journal that will be private and not up for evaluation in which they record their own experiences and insights as they learn about qualitative research. Interpersonal Relations in the Interview Chapter 7: Old and new readers alike will benefit from the added sections on memory, narrative, and interpretation. Yow book review editor, Oral History Review, and independent scholar has once again hit the jackpot with her second edition of Recording Oral History Fler böcker inom Efterkrigstidens historia under talet: Recording Oral History, now available in its third edition, provides a comprehensive guide to oral history for researchers and students in diverse fields including history, sociology, anthropology, education, psychology, social work, and ethnographic methods.