Remembering: Writing Oral History

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Anna Green, Megan Hutching
Auckland University Press, 2004 - Social Science - 182 pages
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Contemporary theories about oral history as well as practical strategies for conducting oral history research are included in this collection of essays. General issues that arise during oral history research are covered in detail, including navigating confidentiality issues, transcribing from oral interviews to written form, and handling unique situations for populations such as indigenous peoples whose history may not have been recorded previously. Particular case studies highlight the rewards and challenges of documenting oral histories and offer insight into the kinds of marginalized experiences that can find voice through this research: productions of an amateur dramatic society, stories from a victim of child abuse, and the life stories of two lesbians.

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Contents

Preface
1
Jane Moodie The Moral World of the Waikite Valley
39
Lesbian Oral
60
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

\Anna Green is a professor of history at the University of Waikato. She is a coauthor of Houses of History and author of British Capital, Antipodean Labour. Megan Hutching is an oral historian for New Zealand's ministry of culture and heritage. She is the author of Inside Stories: New Zealand Prisoners of War Remember, Long Journey for Sevenpence, and A Unique Sort of Battle: New Zealanders Remember Crete.

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