John Brady, editor of Writer's Digest and himself an accomplished interviewer, has put together an indispensable guide to the art of questioning. In a lively, down-to-earth manner, qThe Craft of Interviewingq covers all aspects of the interview process -- getting the interview, doing research, handling the subject face-to-face, hurdling hazards, getting tough, taking notes (on the sly, if need be), taping, dealing with off-the-record types, concluding the interview, verifying it, and writing it up. Brady has also filled the book with a myriad of anecdotes revealing the experiences of some of the best known interviewers of our times. A noteworthy appendix on the history of the interview is included. From the Trade Paperback edition.A few quality brands, however a Maxell comes to mind a feature cassette cases held together by tiny screws instead of glue. Thus ... If you have a Sony recorder, you will find that Sony cassettes cause the machine to make an audible alarm signal when the recording time has expired - a ... With a reel recorder, you will find that a reel tapea#39;s size and openness make repair work and splicing much easier.
|Title||:||The Craft of Interviewing|
|Publisher||:||Vintage - 2011-02-02|