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tape-recorded interview

Edward D. Ives

tape-recorded interview

a manual for field workers in folklore and oral history

by Edward D. Ives

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Published by University of Tennessee Press, c1980. in Knoxville .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Folklore -- Field work,
  • Oral history,
  • Magnetic recorders and recording,
  • Folklore -- Methodology

  • Edition Notes

    StatementEdward D. Ives.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 130 p. :
    Number of Pages130
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21883498M

    [Immediately before this discussion, Professor Bohr had talked informally to Thomas Kuhn and Rüdinger about the philosophical conceptions with which the early parts of the interview deal. Some of the questions addressed to him derive from that earlier discussion.]Bohr:Now we were just speaking about a kind of philosophical attitude one took at the earlier dates, and I tried to. paragraph (2) for continuation of the interview not to be recorded. (4) The whole of each interview shall be tape recorded, including the taking and reading back of any statement. Commencement of interview 4 (1) When the suspect is brought into the interview room the police officer shall without delay, but in the sight of the suspect, load the.

      Like John Wooley, I find 4X the interview time pretty much the norm for transcribing taped interviews, but I feel more confident about having everything exactly correct when I finish. Because my digital recorder has the “go” and “pause” buttons on top, I can more quickly stop the recording to catch up on the ongoing transcription. The core of this book is a tape-recorded interview of Wilhelm Reich, conducted by a representative of the Sigmund Freud Archives, Inc. Published here for the first time, it is a profoundly human and an unusually candid document that supplies a long-awaited clarification of .

    Oral history reference book Includes bibliographical references (p. []) and index. []) and index. Knoxville: The University of Tennessee Press From the back cover: Since , The Tape Recorded Interview has been an essential resource for folklorists and oral historians-indeed, for anyone who uses a tape recorder in field research. Book sheds light on North Slope history through family stories. Flossie Connery, so I wanted to listen to Sadie's tape-recorded interview with University of Alaska Fairbanks Project Jukebox and others like Ben Nungasak. He was my uncle. They interviewed him on .


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SinceThe Tape-Recorded Interview has been an essential resource for folklorists and oral historians - indeed, for anyone who uses a tape recorder in field research. When this book was first published, the reel-to-reel recorder was the favored format for fieldwork. Because the cassette recorder has almost completely replaced it, Ives has revised the first chapter, How a Tape Recorder.

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Product Details ISBNPrice: $ social sciences (Fasick, ). When conducting an interview, choices on how to “record” the data have to be made.

One can decide to use field notes only, use a recording device, or both. If the interview is digitally recorded, one can decide to transcribe the interview, work from the tape recording, or both.

According to Jordan's book, Trump's aides understood the importance of Mrs. Trump's response and started watching an old 60 Minutes interview in which Hillary in the tape, recorded. For instance, you could check Ives, The Tape-recorded Interview, Neuenschwander, Oral History and the Law, or Sitton et al., Oral History, for some tried and true examples.

A release usually includes the interviewee's name and signature, the interviewer's name, the date, a statement of permission to use the interview, the name of the person or. Engage in a pre-interview dialogue with the Investigation Officer. This is such an obvious step, but often ignored.

The Tape Recorded Interview Itself. This is a subject justifying a standalone article. In summary, however, the tactics and approach to the interview will always depend on the particular facts of each case.

The Director has options. Tape-record definition: to make a tape recording (of) | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.

Since the interview was not recorded, the defendant's lawyer can say what he or she wants, and the police officers can't offer evidence to the contrary. The result is an endless he-said-we-said.

Intwo years before he committed suicide, Aoki was asked in a tape-recorded interview for the book if he had been an FBI informant.

Aoki's. In a tape-recorded interview for the book intwo years before he committed suicide, Aoki was asked if he had been an FBI informant. Aoki's first response was a long silence. He then replied, " 'Oh,' is all I can say." Later during the same interview, Aoki.

Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The Tape-Recorded Interview: A Manual for Field Workers in Folklore and Oral History at Read. Transcribing a tape-recorded interview takes you a whole working day and if you conduct up to interviews for a single paper project, this is a real bottleneck.

SinceThe Tape-Recorded Interview has been an essential resource for folklorists and oral historians - indeed, for anyone who uses a tape recorder in field research. When this book was first published, the reel-to-reel recorder was the favored format for fieldwork.

Thus, your interview recordings are crystal clear, which makes interview transcription easier. In addition, modern handheld digital voice recorders are less bulky, can hold more audio data (up to a hours) than their analog digital tape recorder counterparts.

A state employer I interviewed with tape recorded every interview. I interviewed in three different regions for three different jobs and they made three different recordings. As this was a seasonal firefighting position, I believe that they may have been under a Federal consent decree (like so many city fire depts were in the 90's) to boost.

SinceThe Tape-Recorded Interview has been an essential resource for folklorists and oral historians—indeed, for anyone who uses a tape recorder in field research. Now, Sandy Ives has updated this manual to reflect the current preferences in tape-recording technology and equipment.

When this book was first published, the reel-to-reel recorder was the favored format for fieldwork. The tape-recorded interview: a manual for field workers in folklore and oral history. [Edward D Ives] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help.

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DeLuca, Nanette F. DeLuca. Let's start by congratulating you if, in fact, you are reading this book because you have an interview to go to within. Author: Matthew J. DeLuca. Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional ISBN: Category: Business & Economics Page: Available guides to the subject include Edward D.

Ives's The Tape Recorded Interview: A Guide for Fieldworkers in Folklore and Oral History, Bruce Jackson's Fieldwork, and Kenneth S. Goldstein's A Guide for Field Workers in Folklore.1 These works cover such key topics as selecting an informant, learning to use recording equipment, keeping.