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The Oregon Method
Edited by Peter Laufer
Oregon State University Press
A collection of practical and analytical essays from more than three dozen professional interviewers, scholars and teachers. This revised and expanded second edition of the popular professional tool features a new foreword and a dozen new chapters designed to aid journalists navigating the “fake news” and “enemy of the people” contemporary media landscape. The book’s chapters take focused looks at a wide variety of issues, including interview ethics, the sanctity of quotes, interviewing in the virtual world, negotiating identity and building rapport. The art of the interview has been taught at the University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication for generations. This foundational text binds those years of experience into a collection of vibrant essays designed to train novices and invigorate old hands.
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