Stanford libraries official online search tool for books media journals databases government documents and more. Qualitative inquiry and oral history when janesick brought these two 2010 notions together in her book entitled alitative researcher oral history for the qu choreographing the story she joined a tradition of some of the most innovative thinkers about the arrangement of narratives and the process of interpretation qualitative inquiry. I orderreinventing oral history for the qualitative researcherintroductionoral history evolving and a work in progressmnemosyne goddess of memorywhy oral history nowsorting out oral traditionsperspectivesoral history as a social justice projecton the critical importance of testimony as oral historysummaryii. Oral history for the qualitative researcher choreographing the story new york guilford press author note thalia m mulvihill phd professor of social foundations and higher education serves as the director of the adult higher and community education doctoral program and teaches qualitative research methods courses. Oral history is a particularly useful way to capture ordinary peoples lived experiences this innovative book introduces the full array of oral history research methods and invites students and qualitative researchers to try them out in their own work using choreography as an organizing metaphor the author presents creative strategies for collecting representing analyzing and
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