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The past speaks : an introduction for oral historians [sound recording] / Ulster Society for Oral History in conjunction with BBC Radio Foyle & the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum
Bib ID 2709062
Format AudioAudio [sound recording]
Description [Foyle, Northern Ireland] : Ulster Society for Oral History in conjunction with BBC Radio Foyle, [1989] 
1 sound cassette (ca. 62 min.) + notes (1 folded sheet) 
Summary

The interviews attempt to define oral history as an important branch of social history and an important means of documenting the individual's experience in a contemporary context. The historical, social and personal value of oral history is stressed.

Full contents
  • Side 1: - 1. What is oral history, anyway? (ca. 11 min.)
  • 2. Where to start collecting (ca. 9 min.)
  • 3. Children's lore (ca. 10 min.)
  • Side 2: - 4. Oral history in the community (ca. 7 min.)
  • 5. How to make oral history accessible (ca. 3 min.)
  • 6. Therapeutic value of oral history (ca. 10 min.)
  • 7. How to record and store oral history (ca. 10 min.)
 
Notes

Cover title.

Interviewer: Roy Hamilton.

On container spine: A series of six broadcasts on 'How to record oral history'.

Notes include examples of transcript excerpts recorded in Side 1, part 1.

Side 2 starts after 14:05 min.

"USOH 001"--Cover spine.

Subjects Oral history -- Methodology.  |  Oral history.  |  Oral history -- Collection and preservation.  |  Oral history -- Northern Ireland -- Library resources.  |  Oral history -- Northern Ireland -- Interviews.
Other authors/contributors Hamilton, Roy  |  Ulster Society for Oral History  |  BBC Radio Foyle  |  Ulster Folk and Transport Museum
Also Titled

How to record oral history.

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