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The oral history reader / edited by Robert Perks and Alistair Thomson.

The oral history reader / edited by Robert Perks and Alistair Thomson.
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ISBN 041534302X
Title The oral history reader / edited by Robert Perks and Alistair Thomson.
Edition 2nd ed.
Publisher/Date New York : Routledge, 2006.
Pagination etc. xiv, 578 p. ; 25 cm.
Bibliography, etc. note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents note Black history, oral history, and genealogy / Alex Haley -- The voice of the past : oral history / Paul Thompson -- What makes oral history different / Alessandro Portelli -- Popular memory : theory, politics, method / Popular Memory Group -- Do I like them too much? : effects of the oral history interview on the interviewer and vice-versa / Valerie Yow -- Reflections on women's oral history : an exchange / Susan H. Armitage and Sherna Berger Gluck -- Listening in the cold : the practice of oral history in an Argentine working-class community / Daniel James -- Oral history and the digital revolution : toward a post-documentary sensibility / Michael Frisch -- Interviewing an interviewer / Studs Terkel with Tony Parker -- Learning to listen : interview techniques and analyses / Kathryn Anderson and Dana C. Jack -- Ways of listening : different approaches to interviewing / Hugo Slim and Paul Thompson, with Olivia Bennett and Nigel Cross -- Interviewing the women of Phokeng : consciousness and gender, insider, and outsider / Belinda Bozzoli -- Issues in cross-cultural interviewing : Japanese women in England / Susan K. Burton -- Family myths, memories, and interviewing / Ruth Finnegan -- Life history interviews with people with learning disabilities / Jan Walmsley -- Navigating life review interviews with survivors of trauma / Mark Klempner -- Remembering a Vietnam War firefight : changing perspectives over time / Fred Allison -- Surviving memory : truth and inaccuracy in Holocaust testimony / Mark Roseman -- Anzac memories : putting popular memory theory into practice in Australia / Alistair Thomson -- Structure and validity in oral evidence / Trevor Lummis -- Oral history and the study of communities : problems, paradoxes, and possibilities / Linda Shopes -- Telling tales : oral history and the construction of pre-Stonewall lesbian history / Elizabeth Lapovsky Kennedy -- Memory work in Java : a cautionary tale / Ann Laura Stoler with Karen Strassler -- That's not what I said : interpretative conflict in oral narrative research / Katherine Borland -- Evidence, empathy, and ethics : lessons from oral histories of the Klan / Kathleen Blee -- Oral history in the archives : its documentary role in the twenty-first century / Ellen D. Swain -- Voice, ear, and text : words, meaning, and transcription / Francis Good -- Reminiscence as literacy : intersections and creative moments / Jane Mace -- What the wind won't take away : the genesis of Nisa--the life and words of a Kung woman / Marjorie Shostak -- Authoring in sound : aural history, radio, and the digital revolution / Charles Hardy III -- The future of oral history and moving images / Dan Sipe -- The exhibition that speaks for itself : oral history and museums / Anna Green -- Linked : a landmark in sound, a public walk of art / Toby Butler and Graeme Miller -- Cyber-teaching in the oral history classroom / Rina Benmayor -- Reminiscence and oral history : parallel universes or shared endeavour? / Joanna Bornat -- Voices of experience : oral history in the classroom / Cliff Kuhn and Marjorie L. McLellan -- We know what the problem is : using video and radio oral history to develop collaborative analysis of homelessness / Daniel Kerr -- Central american refugee testimonies and performed life histories in the sanctuary movement / William Westerman -- Stolen generations testimony : trauma, historiography, and the question of truth / Rosanne Kennedy -- The gulag in memory / Irina Sherbakova -- You understand again : testimony and post-conflict resolution in the north of Ireland / Patricia Lundy and Mark McGovern -- The Sahel oral history project / Nigel Cross and Rhiannon Barker -- Leprosy in India : the intervention of oral history / Sanjiv Kakar.
Subject Oral history
Added Author Perks, Robert
Thomson, Alistair
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