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Submit a 1 to 2 page outline of your final oral history project. This should NOT be a breakdown of each paragraph or page, but simply an overall structure of the topics, flow and ideas of the project. Use it as the basic scaffolding or skeletal structure of the essay/project.
Begin with the thesis, and end with the conclusion.
Our Family’s 9/11 Journey: Targeting Memories, the impact on family members, and our Different Perspectives within Different Generations within my household.
This will be a personal account of my family’s journey remembering 911.These are very intimate experiences and thoughts surrounding my family’s memories directly touched by the events of 9/11. Each family member has a unique story and experience to share. I will focus on my grandmother, mother, brother, and grandfather, each at different stages of life during that unforgettable day. Through emotional conversations, I will try to uncover the emotions, memories, and reflections that have changed their lives in the aftermath of September 11, 2001.
Emotional Conversations and Strategies for coping with the aftermath: I will analyze the emotional responses of each family member and their experiences from that day, with focus on the high emotions, of fear, shock and confusion. I will seek to understand how they learned to heal from the events.
Different Generations and Perspectives: Using direct and honest conversations, I plan to understand how all family members during different stages of their lives perceived and understood the events, focusing on age, cultural, and personal beliefs.
Younger Generations: My focus will extend to exploring the effects of 9/11 on my older brother, who was a student in elementary school at the time. I plan to discuss lockdowns and terrorism in schools. I want to understand how these experiences shaped his worldview.
Grandfather’s View and the trip to the Museum: This area will focus on my grandfather’s memories from the family visit to the museum, particularly as he viewed artifacts from the historic day providing a personal insight into his views and how it shed light on his life and memories regarding this event.
Primary resources will be interviews with my grandmother, mother, brother, and grandfather. Their firsthand accounts will offer genuine and personal insights into the emotions, memories, and reflections that shaped their lives during this event.
Overall, this research will blend personal narratives with pictures and documentary evidence from the event, sharing an account of our family’s memories, the impact on individual family members, and the diverse perspectives within different generations within our household.
Outline of Final Project Due
Submit a 1 to 2 page outline of your final oral history project. This should NOT be a breakdown of each paragraph or page, but simply an overall structure of the topics, flow and ideas of the project. Use it as the basic scaffolding or skeletal structure of the essay/project.
Begin with the thesis, and end with the conclusion.
Student’s Name
An Outline of Final Oral History Project
I. Introduction
A. Present the oral history project’s background information.
i. Provide background information about the project and rationale (Sommer and Quinlan).
ii. Discuss the historical or cultural context.
B. Discuss the importance of oral history as a research tool.
i. Explain what it entails to maintain personal accounts.
ii. Emphasize its value in providing alternative viewpoints (Cole).
C. Summarize the thesis statement introducing the central topic of the project.
i. Convey the main point.
ii. Recap the project’s core issues or goal.
II. Methodology
A. Present a general idea of oral history as a research method.
i. Describe the concept and function of oral history (Cole).
ii. Indicate its techniques and applications.
B. Explicate how oral history helps in this project.
i. Rationalize the applicability of oral history (Hajek and Davis).
ii. Explain its benefits towards the aims of the project.
C. Highlight the steps and methods applied in the interview
i. Provide instructions on how to conduct interviews (Janesick).
ii. Describe the methods used to gather oral narratives.
III. Participant Selection
A. Describe the criteria for choosing interviewees.
i. Outline distinct criteria for participant eligibility (Janesick).
ii. List specific features connected with research.
B. Address diversity and representation issues among participants.
i. Inform about the need for inclusiveness.
ii. Identify a mechanism for engaging diverse groups.
C. Discuss the issues learned in participant recruitment and selection.
i. Identify challenges in recruiting participants (Janesick).
ii. Propose solutions to hinder recruiting.
IV. Interview Preparation
A. Preparation and scheduling of interviews
i. Designate timing and delegate logistics for interviews (Janesick).
ii. Provide clear communication for the participants.
B. Ensuring the provision of informed consent from participants.
i. Brief the overall aim and methodology of the interview.
ii. Educate the participants to know their rights and respective roles.
C. Execution of interviews set up (place, appliances).
i. Plan appropriate interview venues.
ii. Arrange the recording facilities and the required apparatus.
V. Themes and Topic Covered
A. Identification of significant issues.
i. Find the occurrence of repetitive themes or areas.
ii. Highlight the threads common to participants’ narratives (Cole).
B. Overview of the main themes discussed by attendants.
i. Give a general descriiption of the main themes discussed.
ii. Defining the significant problems.
C. Examine the role of the identified themes.
i. Consider the relevance of the themes identified to the project objectives.
ii. Elaborate how these themes foster a profound insight into the message.
VI. Data Analysis
A. Outline the tools used for the interview analysis.
i. Highlight data coding and categorization methods.
ii. Summarize the qualitative analysis approaches used.
B. Interpret numbers and note any patterns or trends.
i. Breakdown interview responses in terms of similarities.
ii. Get specific answers from the data.
C. Present obstacles and constraints came up in the course of my analysis.
i. Consider problems like data accuracy and authenticity (Hajek and Davis).
ii. Consider limitations, for instance, time and money.
VII. Presentation of Findings
A. Explore how to present the oral history project.
i. Formulate the way to make project outcomes public.
ii. Choose the medium
B. Consider the audience participation accessibility and presentation.
i. Adjust the presentation for the chosen audience to make an impact (Janesick).
ii. Keep in mind all types of people with their particular preferences.
C. Incorporate interviews and quotes that represent the findings.
i. Using quotes from interviews directly to help support the findings.
ii. Use excerpts to provide primary accounts and enrich the narration.
VIII. Reflection and Conclusion
i. Highlight the main findings and the learning outcomes.
ii. Prepare a summary of the main findings and discussions.
iii. Assess the effectiveness of the methodology.
iv. Consider challenges faced and strategies employed.
v. Explore broader implications beyond the project scope.
vi. Suggest avenues for future action.

Works Cited
Cole, Stephanie, et al. “Oral History and the Historical Process.” How History is Made: A Student’s Guide to Reading, Writing, and Thinking in the Discipline, Accessed 20 Apr. 2024.
Hajek, Andrea, and Angela Davis. “Oral History.” International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 2nd ed., ScienceDirect, 2015, pp. 284-290, Accessed 20 Apr. 2024.
Janesick, Valerie J. “Oral History Interviewing with Purpose and Critical Awareness.” The Oxford Handbook of Qualitative Research, 2020, pp. 457-479.
Sommer, Barbara W., and Mary K. Quinlan. Introduction to Oral History. Rowman & Littlefield, 2018.

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