Excerpt, Page 64:
"The use of interviews within the discipline of Native Studies not only challenges the conventional historical methodologies it also challenges the conventional oral historical methodology. The methods advocated by the discipline of Native Studies rejects the hierarchical researcher-researched relationship found in the conventional oral historical methodology. Native Studies stresses that the researcher has to be flexible to accommodate the interviewee's mode of communication. This paper challenges conventional wisdoms on oral history interview methods from a Native Studies perspective. By way of a brief look at excerpts from three veterans' interviews it will demonstrate that conventional oral historical methodologies are problematic in an Aboriginal context." (64).
Innes, Robert. “Oral History Methods in Native Studies: Saskatchewan Aboriginal World War Two Veterans," Oral History Forum. 19&20 (1999-2000): 63-88.