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Women in Lebanon Tell Their Lives

Rosemary Sayigh

Abstract


Oral history as research approach emerges partly from nineteenth century European romantic nationalism, with its enthusiasm for folk-lore and folk-narrative, partly from journalistic investigation into social conditions, for instance Mayhew's study of the London poor (1861) or, much later, the radio journalist Studs Terkel's classic study of the Great Depression (1970).


Keywords


Lebanese women; Biography

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DOI: 10.32380/alrj.v0i0.650

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