DORA SCHWARZSTEIN HISTORIA ORAL PDF

Historia del Movimiento Nacionalista Tacuara — (Buenos Aires: la historia oral,” in Dora Schwarzstein, La Historia Oral (Buenos Aires: Centro Editor . El testimoni oral és l’especialitat dins la ciència històrica que utilitza com a font . SCHWARZSTEIN, Dora (comp) () La Historia Oral, Buenos Aires, CEAL. Una introducción al uso de la historia oral en el aula (Spanish Edition) [ Schwarzstein Dora] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Dada la.

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In recent years, we have seen an extraordinary burgeoning and enthusiasm for recovering the past, in terms of both history and traditions.

This veritable mania for preservation seems to affect every sector of society. This phenomenon is evidenced with particular intensity in the interest in personal accounts and the growth doa oral history. This general interest in recovering the past has broadened the practice of oral history, to the point of transforming it into a tool that is not limited to historical research, but is itself becoming a more general practice of creating a historical heritage.

The increasingly abundant collection of oral accounts in the most diverse fields roal serious problems of retention and access.

That is the aim of the present study. Oral accounts should be classified according to their different contexts of production, as well as the subjects schwarzsteln on and their particular production techniques. We are thus able to distinguish between accounts produced in the following contexts:.

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The dawning of oral history is such that it challenges the possibility of a single definition of its practice. The production of oral accounts for different ends and in different contexts prompts debate surrounding the very nature of the sources produced. The international phenomenon that is oral history is born of the tension between two major trends: In recent years, a predominance for the latter trend has asserted itself, making possible significant advances in the analysis of aspects of the historical experience that might have been difficult to study based on other types of written or graphic documentation.

Cuéntame cómo fue : introducción a la historia oral

Through the various national experiences, today we are latching onto such subjects as migratory phenomena, the workworld, gender-related issues, the construction of ethnic identities and the different forces in society.

The gathering of oral accounts has at the same time provoked wide debate about whether these sources are where the voice of popular and subordinate communities makes itself heard.

We have thus gone from a problematic and empirical notion of the interview to the methodological discussion of its presuppositions. The latter favours three aspects.

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Firstly, there is debate about the role the interviewer plays in the production of the interview, rendering it an element inseparable from the oral source. Finally, in academic circles, historai relationship between history and memory has raised new questions and new challenges for the interpretation of oral sources. The diversity of the sectors of the production and deposit of oral accounts, their disparate nature and their varying historical value, the range of their technical media tapes, cassettes, digitization, video, etc.

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Proceedings, vol 2, Istanbul,; Entre Hiatoria y Peron: Oral History Throughout the World: Present and Future Prospects. Dora Schwarzstein University of Buenos Aires, Argentina In recent years, we have seen an extraordinary burgeoning and enthusiasm for recovering the past, in terms of both history and traditions. We are thus able to distinguish between accounts produced in the following contexts: