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The Oral History Reader
1. Critical Developments 2. Interviewing 3. Advocacy and Empowerment 4. Interpreting Memories 5. Making Histories
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The Oral History Reader (2nd edition)
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Financial Accounting for Non-specialists
1. The Balance Sheet, and what it tells us 2. The Profit and Loss Account 3. The Context of Financial Accounting 4. Conventional Interpretation of Financial Statements 5. Profits: definitions, roleExpand
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Oral History, Health and Welfare
Oral History, Health and Welfare discusses the significance of oral history to the history of the development of health and welfare provisions. It includes discussion on: * the end of the workhouse *Expand
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A Century of Childhood
An illustrated social history of childhood during the 20th century, written to accompany a Channel Four television series. The authors chronicle the change in the way children have treated from theExpand
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Learning at Home‐‐A Personal Experience
Learning at home: two short contributions on what it is like to be on the receiving end in learning at home. Expand
Financial accounting : understanding and practice
1 The Balance Sheet, and What it Tells Us 2 The Income Statement (Profit and Loss Account) 3 The Context of Financial Accounting 4 Ratios and Interpretation: a straightforward introduction 5 Profits:Expand
Into the mainstream : The challenge of oral history in Britain in the 21st century
Forty years ago the collection and preservation of firsthand personal testimonies - what we have come to call "oral history" - was not widespread in Britain. As a distinctive approach andExpand