Oral History: Production, Quality, and Application

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Oral History: Production, Quality, and Application

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Oral history is in many ways different from a text-focused, traditional approach, yet the two may certainly be used and understood in conjunction. To make the best use of a work of oral history, the reader, researcher, teacher or reviewer must think critically about the interviewer's methods, possible bias, reliability, applicability, etc.10S In order to illustrate the basic principles of production! preparation, qualitative analysis, and application of oral history, I will examine an interview taken from Chapel Hill.

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Cummins, Ewan. “Oral History: Production, Quality, and Application.” Vol. 37, num. 1, Clio - 2011. WCSU Archives, 19 Apr. 2013. Accessed on the Web: 19 Nov. 2019.

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