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The Resource The Oral History Reader, edited by Robert Perks and Alistair Thomson

The Oral History Reader, edited by Robert Perks and Alistair Thomson

Label
The Oral History Reader
Title
The Oral History Reader
Statement of responsibility
edited by Robert Perks and Alistair Thomson
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
907.2
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
D16.14
LC item number
.O76 2016
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Perks, Robert
  • Thomson, Alistair
Series statement
Routledge readers in history
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
Oral history
Label
The Oral History Reader, edited by Robert Perks and Alistair Thomson
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Part I. Critical developments: introduction -- Black history, oral history and genealogy /Alex Haley -- The voice of the past: oral history /Paul Thompson -- Oral history and hard times: a review essay /Michael Frisch -- What makes oral history different /Alessandro Portelli -- Politics and praxis in Canadian workng-class oral history /Joan Sangster -- 'Listening in the cold': the practice of oral history in an Argentine working-class community /Daniel James -- What remains: reflections on crisis oral history /Mark Cave -- Oral history and the senses /Paula Hamilton -- 'I just want to click on it to listen': oral history archives, orality and usability /Dougls A. Boyd -- Part II. Interviewing -- Interviewing an interviewer /Studs Terkel with Tony Parker -- Interviewing techniques and strategies /Valerie Yow -- Learning to listen: interview techniques and analysis /Kathryn Andeson and Dana C. Jack -- Remembering in groups: negotiating between 'individual' and 'collective' memories /Graham Smith -- Interviewing the women of Phokeng: consciousness and gender insider and outside /Belinda Bozzoli -- Isues in cross-cultural interviewing: Japanese women in England /Susan K. Burton -- Reticence in oral history interviews /Lenore Layman -- Toward an ethics of silence? negotiating off-the-record events and identity in oral history /Alexander Freund -- Imaging family memories: my mum, her photographs, our memories /Janis Wilton -- Interviewing in business and corporate environments: benefits and challenges /Rob Perks -- Part III. Interpreting memories -- Remembering survival: inside a Nazi slave-labor camp /Christopher R. Browning -- Surviving memory: truth and inaccuracy in holocaust testimony /Mark Roseman -- Remembering a Vietnam war firefight: changing perspectives over time /Fred Allison -- Anzac memories: putting popular memory theory into practice in Australia /Alistair Thomson -- Private life in Stalin's Russia: narratives, memory and oral history /Orlando Figes -- Memory work in java: a cautionary tale /Ann Laura Stoler with Karen Strassler -- Sex, 'silence' and audiotape: listening for female same-sex desire in Cuba /Carrie Hamilton -- '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 -- Remembering and reworking emotions: the reanalysis of emotion in an interview /Joanna Bornat -- Part IV. Making histories -- Voice, ear and text: words, meaning and transcription /Francis Good -- Editing oral history for publication /Linda Shopes -- The affective power of sound: oral historyon radio /Siobhán McHugh -- Foundling voices: placing oral history at the heart of an oral history exhibition /Sarah Lowry and Alison Duke -- Co-creating our story: making a documentary film /Megan Webster and Noelia Gravotta -- The historical hearing aid: located oral history from the listener's perspective /Toby Butler -- Mapping memories of displacement: oral history, memoryscapes and mobile methodologies /Steven Hugh -- Part V. Advocacy and empowerment -- Imagining communities: memory, loss and resilience in post-apartheid cape town /Sean Field -- Sound, memory and dis/placement: exploring sound, song and performance as oral history in the southern African borerlands /Angela Impey -- 'You hear it in their voice': photographs and cultural consolidaton among Inuit youths and elders /Carol Payne -- 'We know what the problem is': using video and radio oral history to develop collaboratve analysis of homelessness /Daniel Kerr -- Trying to be good: lessons in oral history and performance /Alicia J. Rouverol -- Oral history and new orthodoxies: narrative accounts in the history of learning disability /Sheena Rolph and Jan Walmsley -- The limits of oral history: ethics and methodology amid highly politicized research settings /Erin Jessee
Control code
ocn920469609
Dimensions
25 cm.
Edition
Third edition.
Extent
xx, 721 pages
Isbn
9780415707336
Lccn
2015016095
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)920469609
Label
The Oral History Reader, edited by Robert Perks and Alistair Thomson
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Part I. Critical developments: introduction -- Black history, oral history and genealogy /Alex Haley -- The voice of the past: oral history /Paul Thompson -- Oral history and hard times: a review essay /Michael Frisch -- What makes oral history different /Alessandro Portelli -- Politics and praxis in Canadian workng-class oral history /Joan Sangster -- 'Listening in the cold': the practice of oral history in an Argentine working-class community /Daniel James -- What remains: reflections on crisis oral history /Mark Cave -- Oral history and the senses /Paula Hamilton -- 'I just want to click on it to listen': oral history archives, orality and usability /Dougls A. Boyd -- Part II. Interviewing -- Interviewing an interviewer /Studs Terkel with Tony Parker -- Interviewing techniques and strategies /Valerie Yow -- Learning to listen: interview techniques and analysis /Kathryn Andeson and Dana C. Jack -- Remembering in groups: negotiating between 'individual' and 'collective' memories /Graham Smith -- Interviewing the women of Phokeng: consciousness and gender insider and outside /Belinda Bozzoli -- Isues in cross-cultural interviewing: Japanese women in England /Susan K. Burton -- Reticence in oral history interviews /Lenore Layman -- Toward an ethics of silence? negotiating off-the-record events and identity in oral history /Alexander Freund -- Imaging family memories: my mum, her photographs, our memories /Janis Wilton -- Interviewing in business and corporate environments: benefits and challenges /Rob Perks -- Part III. Interpreting memories -- Remembering survival: inside a Nazi slave-labor camp /Christopher R. Browning -- Surviving memory: truth and inaccuracy in holocaust testimony /Mark Roseman -- Remembering a Vietnam war firefight: changing perspectives over time /Fred Allison -- Anzac memories: putting popular memory theory into practice in Australia /Alistair Thomson -- Private life in Stalin's Russia: narratives, memory and oral history /Orlando Figes -- Memory work in java: a cautionary tale /Ann Laura Stoler with Karen Strassler -- Sex, 'silence' and audiotape: listening for female same-sex desire in Cuba /Carrie Hamilton -- '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 -- Remembering and reworking emotions: the reanalysis of emotion in an interview /Joanna Bornat -- Part IV. Making histories -- Voice, ear and text: words, meaning and transcription /Francis Good -- Editing oral history for publication /Linda Shopes -- The affective power of sound: oral historyon radio /Siobhán McHugh -- Foundling voices: placing oral history at the heart of an oral history exhibition /Sarah Lowry and Alison Duke -- Co-creating our story: making a documentary film /Megan Webster and Noelia Gravotta -- The historical hearing aid: located oral history from the listener's perspective /Toby Butler -- Mapping memories of displacement: oral history, memoryscapes and mobile methodologies /Steven Hugh -- Part V. Advocacy and empowerment -- Imagining communities: memory, loss and resilience in post-apartheid cape town /Sean Field -- Sound, memory and dis/placement: exploring sound, song and performance as oral history in the southern African borerlands /Angela Impey -- 'You hear it in their voice': photographs and cultural consolidaton among Inuit youths and elders /Carol Payne -- 'We know what the problem is': using video and radio oral history to develop collaboratve analysis of homelessness /Daniel Kerr -- Trying to be good: lessons in oral history and performance /Alicia J. Rouverol -- Oral history and new orthodoxies: narrative accounts in the history of learning disability /Sheena Rolph and Jan Walmsley -- The limits of oral history: ethics and methodology amid highly politicized research settings /Erin Jessee
Control code
ocn920469609
Dimensions
25 cm.
Edition
Third edition.
Extent
xx, 721 pages
Isbn
9780415707336
Lccn
2015016095
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)920469609

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