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Oral History: From Fact Finding to History Shaping

Oral History: From Fact Finding to History Shaping

heavily anecdotal and lacked any standardization to guide the use of such sources as a legitimate historical endeavor. Oral history as a historical methodology can generally be traced back to the first oral history center in the United States coming out of Columbia University in 1948. It was in this post-war context that oral history began and evolved into the serious and widely-accepted ...

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Oral History: From Fact Finding to History Shaping

Oral History: From Fact Finding to History Shaping

Oral History: From Fact Finding to History Shaping 63 continue its historical process. Reliability and validity are the two concepts addressed by Tuchman and Cutler that Hoffman deems the most important to legitimize an oral inquiry. According to Hoffman, the oral interview must be taken, and then compared to a significant body of evidence. “Without such evidence, an isolated description of ...

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ORAL HISTORY, LABORS OF WASTE, AND THE VALUE OF KNOWLEDGE ...

ORAL HISTORY, LABORS OF WASTE, AND THE VALUE OF KNOWLEDGE ...

technique, a fact-finding strategy, a tool of investigation, a casual practice, or a personal reflection. Methods of oral history are useful to historians, anthropologists, museum curators, educators, journalists, playwrights, and novelists, among others. Some who use oral history are quite self-conscious about the larger intellectual conversations in which it fits, while others simply find it ...

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MANUAL - Bowdoin Library

MANUAL - Bowdoin Library

Sharm el-Sheikh International Fact-Finding Committee Walt Disney Corporation 9/11 Liberty Fund Boston Red Sox Major League Baseball Steroids Investigation . George J. Mitchell Oral History Project: Manual 4 IV. Pre-Interview Preparation Preparing for an oral history interview involves five basic steps: Learn how to use the recording equipment; Review the techniques and procedures to be ...

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An Oral History - app.leg.wa.gov

An Oral History - app.leg.wa.gov

chairman of the 1947 Joint Fact-Finding Committee on Un-American Activities was, and is, controversial. This is the first time the oral history program has published such an account. An explanation of our present practice is in order. After our Legis-lative Advisory Committee selects an interviewee, program re-searchers gather extensive background material. We record inter-view series lasting ...

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NASA JOHNSON SPACE CENTER ORAL HISTORY PROJECT

NASA JOHNSON SPACE CENTER ORAL HISTORY PROJECT

Johnson Space Center Oral History Project Larry D. Davis DAVIS: Yes. In fact, the gentleman who was the recruiter ended up being one of my line supervisors for probably five or six years when I first came to work here. His name was Charlie [C.] Allen. So that was the way I got here.

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NASA JOHNSON SPACE CENTER ORAL HISTORY PROJECT

NASA JOHNSON SPACE CENTER ORAL HISTORY PROJECT

This oral history is being conducted at NASA Headquarters in Washington D.C. with Michael Luther, who is currently the Deputy Associate Administrator for Programs in the NASA Science Mission Directorate. This interview is part of the Earth System Science at 20 Oral History Project to gather experience from those who significantly have been involved in various efforts in the launch and ...

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James E. Kingsbury Oral History Interview

James E. Kingsbury Oral History Interview

of the fact that the chairman of that board was very critical of Marshall for not being open in communication, he killed a lot of investigative date which would leave one to say, "You might not necessarily have the right answer here fellow." Because, the only thing he released is what supported his finding and findings of the Commission. There are numbers of data packages, and I don't know ...

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Medical History and Law Enforcement Interviews: Separate ...

Medical History and Law Enforcement Interviews: Separate ...

medical history into a fact-finding interview, which can have an adverse impact on a case by casting the SANE as investigator and setting up potential challenges to the SANE’s objectivity. When law enforcement and SANEs collaborate in a manner that respects their complementary but separate roles, victim services are improved and the response to sexual assault is strengthened. Preserve the ...

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History, the Historian and His Work: Issues, Challenges ...

History, the Historian and His Work: Issues, Challenges ...

song, and popular history. However, the use of oral sources in historical reconstruction is replete with difficulties of which the problem of chronology is outstanding. As an illustration, in traditional history of Africa, accurate chronology was hardly taken seriously as emphasis was on specific events. Even when there are specific references to years, generations and periods, they may relate ...

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Oral tradition relating to slavery and slave trade in ...

Oral tradition relating to slavery and slave trade in ...

I. Oral tradition and the people of Nigeria, Ghana and Benin 9 ... a long history of slave trade and colonialism.This sense of inferiority was unfortunately internal-ized to various degrees by the cultures themselves”. (Hountondji, 2000:19) In recounting what they know about oral tradition, some saw it as an occasion for merely relating the events entailed in the stories they have acquired ...

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