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The voice of the past

Paul Richard Thompson

The voice of the past

oral history

by Paul Richard Thompson

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Published by Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oral history.,
  • History -- Methodology.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPaul Thompson.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsD16.14 .T48 1988
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 314 p. ;
    Number of Pages314
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2392502M
    ISBN 100192192302, 0192892169
    LC Control Number87021984

    Reviews from the second edition of Voice of the Past: Oral History 'Paul Thompson is a passionate and convincing crusader in the cause of oral history' The Times Educational Supplement 'It must be rare in modern academic life to replace your own unrivalled book after /5(5). The Voice of the Past's success is a testament to a broader appeal- not only scholars and students, but museum curators, community and local historians, genealogists, indeed anyone interested in the In the survey of work in the field, Thompson extends his prodigious capacity for sythesising a huge range of the sources available around the world.

    Editions for The Voice of the Past: Oral History: (Paperback published in ), (Paperback published in ), (Paperba Cited by: In Voices from the Past, Richard Rushing has compiled a year's worth of devotional readings into one volume. Gleaned from the works of Puritan writers, each devotion opens with a Scripture quotation, features a carefully chosen reading, and ends with the author and source. Featured Puritan authors include: John Owen, Richard Sibbes, Samuel Ward, John Bunyan, Thomas Watson, Samuel 5/5(7).

      A Voice from the Past - The Book of Taliesin Janu by Harry Piper As someone who writes a great deal of heroic fantasy set in a Dark Age Britain (or an ‘early medieval’ Britain, as the scholars would have it now, but they have no ear for poetry) with the serial numbers filed off, it behoves me to have some idea of what those ages Author: Harry Piper. The voice of the past: oral history. [Paul Thompson] -- An account of the development of oral history is traced through its past and into its future, the new evidence, alongside traditional sources, helping to construct a more democratic record of the.


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In his book, "The Voice of the Past: Oral History," Paul Thompson successfully explores all aspects of oral history - from a historiographical journey that analyzes oral history through the ages to advice on designing projects, interviewing techniques, organizing information, and by: He is a pioneer of oral history in Europe and author of the international classic The Voice of the Past.

His other books include The Edwardians and Living the Fishing. He is co-author of Pathways to Social Class and Growing Up in Stepfamilies, and most recently, Jamaican Hands Across the by: In his book, "The Voice of the Past: Oral History," Paul Thompson successfully explores all aspects of oral history - from a historiographical journey that analyzes oral history through the ages to advice on designing projects, interviewing techniques, organizing information, and interpretation/5(5).

The Voice of the Past: Oral History. Paul Thompson. Rating details 65 ratings 4 reviews. Now in a new edition, this influential book traces oral history through its own past and weighs up the recent achievements of this international movement/5.

Voice of the Past.: In this revised edition of Paul Thompson's successful book, he traces oral history through its own past and weighs up the recent achievements of this international movement.

He challenges myths of historical scholarship and looks at the use of oral sources by the s: 1. A Voice From The Past is a story of family relationships, love and betrayal, lies and deceptions, secrets and misunderstandings.

Full of mystery and intrigue, the plot takes us from the seaside in the north of Ireland to English suburbia/5. Voices From The Past - Puritan Devotional Readings Hardcover – December 1, by Richard Rushing (Author)/5().

Voices of the Past First European Description of Life in Japan // 'Striking Contrasts' Luis Frois - Primary Sourceviews 2 months ago "Many of their customs are so distant, foreign.

Voices from the Past book. Read 8 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This is the Premium Edition of the Voices from the Past Antholo /5. The Voice of the Past's success is a testament to a broader appeal- not only scholars and students, but museum curators, community and local historians, genealogists, indeed anyone interested in the past/5(5).

Paul Thompson is Professor Emeritus in Sociology at the University of Essex. He is Founder-Editor of Oral History and Founder of National Life Stories at the British is a pioneer of oral history in Europe and author of the international classic The Voice of the other books include The Edwardians and Living the is co-author of Pathways to Social Class and Growing Format: Capa Comum.

In this revised edition of Paul Thompson's successful book, he traces oral history through its own past and weighs up the recent achievements of this international movement. He challenges myths of historical scholarship and looks at the use of oral sources by the historian. The author offers advice on designing a project; discusses reliability of oral evidence; considers the context of the.

He is a pioneer of oral history in Europe and author of the international classic The Voice of the Past. His other books include The Edwardians and Living the Fishing. He is co-author of Pathways to Social Class and Growing Up in Stepfamilies, and most recently, Jamaican Hands Across the Atlantic.

Voices from the Past became part of our lives via Dr. William Downing of Morgan Hill CA. Arrived 1/21/12 now our daily devotional, pray & quiet time with Lord and Savior. It is also used as a journal too. We have gifted this book to family, many friends and used in prison ministry too.

Thank you so much for pen this treasure.5/5(3). Reviews from the second edition of Voice of the Past: Oral History 'Paul Thompson is a passionate and convincing crusader in the cause of oral history' The Times Educational Supplement 'It must be rare in modern academic life to replace your own unrivalled book after.

Reviews from the second edition of Voice of the Past: Oral History 'Paul Thompson is a passionate and convincing crusader in the cause of oral history' The Times Educational Supplement 'It must be rare in modern academic life to replace your own unrivalled book after 5/5(4).

Reviews from the second edition of Voice of the Past: Oral History 'Paul Thompson is a passionate and convincing crusader in the cause of oral history' The Times Educational Supplement 'It must be rare in modern academic life to replace your own unrivalled book after 10 years with an even better one, but he has done so.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. The voice of the past by Paul Richard Thompson,Oxford University Press edition, in English - 3rd by:   "The Voice of the Past is a classic of unrivalled relevance in its field and beyond Thompson's book asserts with prodigious intelligence, in a language accessible to all, how we can escape the ghettos of fatalism only by listening to everyone's voices; how oral history is by far our greatest weapon against self-ignorance and the prejudice that /5(65).

This is why in the past it has been handed down by oral tradition and written chronicle, and why today professional historians are supported from public funds, children are taught history in schools, amateur history societies blossom, and popular history books rank among the strongest bestsellers.

Sometimes the social purpose of history is by:. The Voice of the Past: Oral History. 4th Edition. By Paul Thompson with Joanna Bornat. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. Softbound, $ When I think of an oral history book that set me on the course I have taken in my own work, it is the first edition of The Voice of the Past.

There was something about this textbook—the Cited by: 3.The voice of the past: oral history. In this book, Gail Hershatter explores changes in the lives of seventy-two elderly women in rural Shaanxi province during the revolutionary decades of the.Book reviews: The Voice of the Past: Oral History.

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