Oral History Handbook

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Oral History Association of Australia (South Australian Branch), 2006 - Oral history - 104 pages
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This handbook for practitioners of oral history includes the following: - Introducing oral history - Preparing for the interview - Developing questionnaires - Recording equipment - Interviewing technique - Summaries and transcripts - Spreading the word [publishing and editing] Appendices include: guidelines of ethical practice, guide to commissioning oral history projects, recommended reading and resources, information about central repositories for oral history, and Oral History Association of Australia National Committee and branches details.

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