Doing Oral History, originally published in 1994, has become one of the premier sources in the field of oral history. The book contains chapters on the discipline of oral history, especially as it relates to public history; starting an oral history project, including funding, staffing, equipment, processing, and legal concerns; conducting interviews; using oral history in research and writing, including publishing; videotaping oral history; preserving oral history in archives in libraries; teaching oral history; and presenting oral history through community history, family interviewing, museum exhibits, radio, and computer media. Appendices include sample legal release forms and information on oral history organizations. The author has incorporated new trends and scholarship, updated and expanded the bibliography and appendices, and added a new chapter on the internet.

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