Recording oral history : a guide for the humanities and social sciences

Restrictions on access to electronic version: access available to SOAS staff and students only, using SOAS id and password.
Connect to electronic book via dawsonera.
Full title: Recording oral history : a guide for the humanities and social sciences / Valerie Raleigh Yow.
Main author: Yow, Valerie Raleigh, (Author)
Corporate Authors: dawsonera
Format: eBook           
Edition: Third edition.
Online access: Connect to electronic book via dawsonera.


LEADER 11154cam a2200709Ii 4500
001 10050178
003 OLE
005 20161004191540.3
006 m o d
007 cr cnu---unuuu
008 141211s2015 mdu ob 001 0 eng d
020 |a 9780759122680  |q electronic bk. 
020 |a 0759122687  |q electronic bk. 
020 |z 9780759122666 
020 |z 0759122660 
020 |z 9780759122673 
020 |z 0759122679 
029 1 |a DEBSZ  |b 431863687 
029 1 |a NLGGC  |b 38600742X 
029 1 |a DEBSZ  |b 456577084 
035 |a (OCoLC)898028578 
500 |a Electronic version available. 
037 |a 3B5D65B6-EAE6-4B3F-80CE-779E8F1D94CD  |b OverDrive, Inc.  |n http://www.overdrive.com 
500 |a Restrictions on access to electronic version: access available to SOAS staff and students only, using SOAS id and password. 
710 2 |a dawsonera 
856 4 0 |u https://www.dawsonera.com/guard/protected/dawson.jsp?name=https://idp.soas.ac.uk/entity&dest=http://www.dawsonera.com/depp/reader/protected/external/AbstractView/S9780759122680  |2 http  |z Connect to electronic book via dawsonera. 
040 |a N$T  |b eng  |e rda  |e pn  |c N$T  |d EBLCP  |d N$T  |d TEFOD  |d YDXCP  |d OCLCF  |d MHA  |d E7B  |d DEBSZ  |d OCLCO  |d NLGGC  |d OCLCO  |d TEFOD  |d RRP 
049 |a LOAA 
050 4 |a D16.14  |b .Y68 2015eb 
072 7 |a HIS  |x 035000  |2 bisacsh 
082 0 4 |a 907.2  |2 23 
100 1 |a Yow, Valerie Raleigh,  |e author. 
245 1 0 |a Recording oral history :  |b a guide for the humanities and social sciences /  |c Valerie Raleigh Yow. 
250 |a Third edition. 
264 1 |a Lanham :  |b Rowman & Littlefield,  |c [2015] 
264 4 |c ©2015 
300 |a 1 online resource 
336 |a text  |b txt  |2 rdacontent 
337 |a computer  |b c  |2 rdamedia 
338 |a online resource  |b cr  |2 rdacarrier 
504 |a Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0 |a 1.Introduction to the In-Depth Interview -- Brief History of the Use of Oral History -- Definition of Oral History -- Oral History: Still a New Kid on the Block -- Qualitative Research and Quantitative Research: Comparisons -- The In-Depth Interview as a Qualitative Research Method -- The Interdisciplinary Approach to the In-Depth Interview -- Uses of Recorded In-Depth Interviews -- Reminiscence and Oral History -- The Use of Narrative as a Research Strategy -- Limitations of the Recorded Life Review -- Special Strengths of Oral History -- Conclusion -- Recommended Reading -- Notes -- 2.Oral History and Memory -- Remembering, an Important Act for the Narrator -- Memory -- Fallible or Trustworthy? -- Psychologists' General Findings about How Memory Works -- Aging and Memory -- Research Methods Concerning Individual Memory -- Consistency of Factual Content of Long-Held Memories -- Recall of Daily, Habitual Events versus the Single Episode 
505 8 |a Consistency in Memories of Feelings -- Consistency in Memories of Meanings -- Moods, Emotional Needs, and Recall -- Memories of Traumatic Experiences -- Physical Sensation, a Spur to Remembering -- Vivid Images, Recall, and False Memory -- Remembering the Time -- Differences in the Way Men and Women Remember -- Effects of the Interviewer -- Narrator Relationship on Remembering -- Summary of Findings on Personal Memory -- Individual Memory and Collective Memory -- Under the Umbrella of Collective Memory: Official Memory and Popular Memory -- Official Memory -- Power of the Media to Create Popular Memory -- Collective Memory in Large and Small Communities -- Conclusion -- Recommended Reading -- Notes -- 3.Preparation for the Interviewing Project -- Conceptualization of the Research Project -- Composing the Interview Guide -- Strategies for Questioning -- Kinds of Words and Phrasing to Avoid -- Selecting Narrators -- Contacting Narrators 
505 8 |a Scheduling the Interview -- Recorders -- Video -- The Interview Is Finished: Now, Last Details -- Summary -- Recommended Reading -- Notes -- 4.Interviewing Techniques and Strategies -- The Preliminary Meeting -- Places to Record -- How Many People Get to Stay? -- Beginning the Interview -- Building Rapport -- Listening -- Responding to the Narrator -- Diminishing Rapport -- Using Skill in Questioning and Even Going Beyond -- Probing -- Observing Non-Verbal Signals, Listening for Distress -- Follow-Up -- Reason Why -- Clarification -- What If? Question -- Comparison -- Challenge -- Coping with Troublesome Situations -- Use of Artifacts, Places, and Photographs -- Errors in Testimony -- Detecting Trouble -- Ending the Interview -- Telephone Interviews -- Summary -- Recommended Reading -- Notes -- 5.Legal Issues in Oral History -- Copyright -- Archivists and Oral History Recordings -- Public Dissemination of Oral History Interviews -- Sealed Recordings 
505 8 |a Securing a Copyright for Interviews -- Your Day (or Several) in Court -- Libel -- Privacy -- Reporting a Crime -- Contracts -- Institutional Review Boards -- Summary -- Recommended Reading -- Notes -- 6.Ethical Issues in Oral History -- General Principles and Professional Guidelines -- Feminist Ethics -- Informed Consent -- Anonymity and Confidentiality -- Relationships and Reputations -- Ethics in Relationships of Unequal Power -- Publication of Information Harmful to the Narrator -- Correct Representation of the Narrator's Meaning -- Truth in Presentation of Findings: Commissioned Research -- Unconscious Advocacy -- Summary -- Recommended Reading -- Notes -- 7.Interpersonal Relations in the Interview -- Effects of the Interview on the Narrator -- Should the Narrator Ask the Interviewer Questions? -- Unintended Consequences -- Effects of the Interview on the Interviewer -- Oral History and Guilt -- The Interviewer's Looking Glass 
505 8 |a Opening Worlds to the Interviewer -- The Narrator, the Interviewer -- and Repulsion -- Subtle Feelings in the Back of One's Mind -- Reflecting on the Interview Dynamics -- Situations That Impinge on an Oral History Interview -- Effects of the Interview on People Close to the Narrator -- Summary -- Recommended Reading -- Notes -- 8.Varieties of Oral History Projects: Community Studies -- Names for Community History: Public History, Local History -- Planning a Community Research Project Based on Oral History -- Twists and Turns in Community Oral History Research -- Planning with the Community -- When You Are Not a Community Member -- Background Reading and Informational Interviews -- Composing the Interview Guide -- Choice of Narrators -- Involving the Community Narrators -- Not a Primrose Path -- Special Research Situations -- Commissioned Research -- Bringing Community Representatives into the Research -- Presentation of Findings 
505 8 |a Looking Deeply and Critically at Your Collection of a Community's Oral Histories -- The Importance of Place -- Recommended Reading -- Notes -- 9.Varieties of Oral History Projects: Biography -- Biography: Literature or History? -- Postmodernism and Biography -- Why Research and Write Biography? -- Difference between Life History, Life Story, Autobiography, Life Writing, Oral History, and Biography -- Why Tell This Life Story? -- Setting Up Interviews and Involving the Narrator -- Effects of the Narrator's Agendas and Personal Psychology on the Interview -- Effects of the Interviewer's Agenda on the Interview -- The Effect of Gender on Biographical Writing and Interpretation -- Interviewing Friends, Enemies, and Even the Onlookers -- The Wider World in the Interview Guide for Biography -- Placing the Subject in the Context of Race, Class, and Cultural Group -- Possible Ethical Problems in Biographical Research -- Legal Issues Specific to Biography 
505 8 |a Effect of the Research on Relationships within the Subject's Family -- Possible Topics and Questions to Include in an Interview Guide for a Biography -- Recommended Reading -- Notes -- 10.Varieties of Oral History Projects: Family Research -- Why Study Families? -- Family History in Academia -- Family History: A High Risk Endeavor -- Finding Families for Social Science Research -- Introduction of the Project to the Family -- Inspiring Narrators' Interest in Participating in the Research -- Research Strategies with Husband and Wife -- Sensitivity to Members' Feelings versus Need to Present Evidence -- Interviewing Techniques with One's Own Family Members -- Interviewing in Family Research -- Inspiring Narrators' Participation -- Use of Artifacts and Photographs in Interviewing -- Family Folklore and Stories -- Confronting Differences in Interpretation with the Narrator -- Seeing the Family in a Cultural Context 
505 8 |a Organization of Questions to Ask in Family History Research -- Suggested Questions for the Interview Guide -- Evaluation of Family Members' Oral Histories -- Advantages of Studying Family History -- Summary -- Recommended Reading -- Notes -- 11.Analysis and Interpretation -- Analytical Approaches to an In-Depth Interview across Disciplines -- A Close Look at an Individual Oral History -- The Interview -- Reflections on This Interview -- Analysis -- Additional Reflections -- Interpretation -- Discussion of the Interview with the Narrator -- Sharing Authority -- Conclusion -- Recommended Reading -- Notes -- 12.Conclusion of the Project -- Evaluation of the Interview -- Face Sheet and Information Sheet -- Index to Each Recording and Master Index -- Is Transcribing Necessary? -- Transcribing Techniques -- Reproducing Speech -- Special Problems in Transcribing -- Punctuation -- Return of the Transcript to the Narrator 
505 8 |a Problems in Publication of Oral History Testimony -- Rearranging the Narrator's Sentences and Other Kinds of Tampering -- Citation of Oral History Interviews -- Sharing Information -- Choosing the Archives for Your Collection -- Recommended Reading -- Notes -- Appendixes -- A.Sample Interview Guide -- B.The Oral History Association Principles and Best Practices for Oral History -- C.Oral History Excluded from Institutional Review Board -- D.Model Record-Keeping Sheets -- E.Legal Release Forms -- F.Forms for Release to Archives -- G.Sample Face Sheet and Information Sheet -- H.Sample Index to Digital Audio File -- I.Sample Index for Analog Recorder -- J.Instructions for Indexing a Transcript Using a Computer -- K.Sample First Page of a Tape Collection's Master Index -- L.Citing the Oral History Transcript. 
588 0 |a Print version record. 
650 0 |a Oral history  |x Methodology. 
655 4 |a Electronic books. 
655 0 |a Electronic books. 
776 0 8 |i Print version:  |a Yow, Valerie Raleigh.  |t Recording oral history.  |b Third edition  |z 9780759122666  |w (DLC) 2014029701  |w (OCoLC)885092695 
938 |a EBSCOhost  |b EBSC  |n 924111 
938 |a EBL - Ebook Library  |b EBLB  |n EBL1884231 
938 |a YBP Library Services  |b YANK  |n 12193467 
938 |a ebrary  |b EBRY  |n ebr11027780 
994 |a C0  |b LOA 
945 |a 04/10/2016 15:07:00  |b 04/10/2016 19:16:00 
945 |u https://www.dawsonera.com/guard/protected/dawson.jsp?name=https://idp.soas.ac.uk/entity&dest=http://www.dawsonera.com/depp/reader/protected/external/AbstractView/S9780759122680  |z Connect to electronic book via dawsonera.  |i 29332