Finding facts: interviewing, observing, using reference sources

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Prentice-Hall, 1975 - Reference - 226 pages
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One of the best and most continuously useful books of my J-School days, my copy went missing and it's looooooong out of print. While some of it is outdated, most of it stands up, even in the internet era, mostly because the book is about the solid foundations of research and, even more importantly, testing that research. 

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The Historians Approach 7 Literary Researchers
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The Impossible Objective 22 Who Am I?
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Conducting the Interview 39 Guidelines for Interviewing
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