By Donna M. DeBlasio,Charles F. Ganzert,David H. Mould,Stephen H. Paschen,Howard L. Sacks
Catching tales: a pragmatic consultant to Oral History is a transparent and complete creation for people with very little adventure in making plans or enforcing oral heritage initiatives. beginning with the main query, “Why do oral history?” the advisor outlines the phases of a undertaking from notion to ultimate product—the interviewing procedure, simple technical rules, and audio and video recording strategies. The advisor covers interview transcription, criminal matters, archiving, investment resources, and sharing oral background with audiences.
Intended for lecturers, scholars, librarians, neighborhood historians, and volunteers in addition to individuals, Catching Stories is where to begin for someone who desires to rfile the stories and acquire the tales of neighborhood or family.
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Catching Stories: A Practical Guide to Oral History by Donna M. DeBlasio,Charles F. Ganzert,David H. Mould,Stephen H. Paschen,Howard L. Sacks