Thinking about Oral History Theories and Applicationsby Charlton, Thomas L.; Myers, Lois E.; Sharpless, Rebecca; Charlton, Thomas L.; Hoffman, Alice M.; Hoffman, Howard S.; Rogers, Kim Lacy; McMahan, Eva M.; Gluck, Sherna Berger; Chamberlain, Mary; Smith, Richard Cándida; Yow, Valerie Raleigh; Friedman, Jeff;
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Table of Contents
|The History of Oral History||p. 7|
|Memory Theory: Personal and Social||p. 33|
|Aging, the Life Course, and Oral History: African American Narratives of Struggle, Social Change, and Decline||p. 55|
|A Conversation Analytic Approach to Oral History Interviewing||p. 94|
|Women's Oral History: Is It So Special?||p. 115|
|Narrative Theory||p. 142|
|Publishing Oral History: Oral Exchange and Print Culture||p. 169|
|Biography and Oral History||p. 183|
|Fractious Action: Oral History-Based Performance||p. 223|
|Oral History in Sound and Moving Image Documentaries||p. 268|
|About the Editors and Contributors||p. 373|
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