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The publication presents interviews with thirteen prominent scholars focusing on oral history. In these interviews Professor Miroslav Vaněk captures not only segments of life stories of these personalities, how and why they began their pursuit of oral history, but also their views of the status and importance of oral history within social sciences. The interviews reflect on how they cope with the frequently asked question concerning the subjective character of oral history, whether they consider oral history to be a discipline or method and whether such classification is even relevant. Personages such as David King Dunaway, Ronald Grele, Elizabeth Millwood, Alexander von Plato, Alessandro Portelli, Alistair Thomson, Paul Thompson and others reflect on the future of oral history at the time of the fast-developing technologies as well as on the limits of interpretation of oral history interviews. This book is intended for all readers interested in social sciences.
1/ PREFACE // 2/ THE REASON FOR A BOOK OF INTERVIEWS // Researchers in the role of narrators // Spheres of research // How did the interviews continue? // 3/ A BOOK OF INTERVIEWS // Rina Benmayor // David King Dunaway // Alexander Freund // Ronald Grele // Daniela Koleva // Elizabeth Millwood // Charles T. Morrissey // Robert Perks // Alexander von Plato // Alessandro Portelli // Donald A. Ritchie // Alistair Thomson // Paul Thompson // 4/ RULES AND ETHICS OF ORAL HISTORICAL RESEARCH MUST BE RESPECTED // Bibliography