عنوان مقاله [English]
نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
The outputs of Oral history are constantly produced under the general name of “oral history”. These outputs can appear in varied forms and in different values. Apparently, this variety is due mainly to the different ways in which they are edited. Therefore, this article attempts to illuminate different aspects of the editing of oral history. Firstly, different prospective applications of oral history are discussed. Afterwards, editing is studied in three stages; pre-interview, interview, and transcription, since this method of representing the past is formed on the basis of editorial thought. The last section discusses editorial pathology which is important for the avoidance of partiality in the execution of oral history projects. The main aim of this article is to provide a practical and theoretical basis for promoting further discussion of the editing of oral history. In the end, there are ten questions to be considered by researchers in order to find more and better solutions in this field.