Interviewing: A Guide for Journalists and Writers

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INDEX
Aborigines 44, 60
access 50–1
accidents 7
accuracy 25
actualities 114–15
aggression 7
Alysen, Barbara 2, 10, 131
amateurs 119–20
ambushes 4–5
anecdotes 108
angles 28–9, 45–6
annoyance 124
anonymity 152–4, 168–9
answers 115, 118–19
appointments 50
atmosphere 14
audio drop-in 3
avoidance 132–3
background information 3, 26–8, 108–9
Barber, Lynn 21, 43–4, 46
Berryman, Warren 167
Biagi, Shirley 74, 98
body language 18, 100
Booth, Pat 34
breathing exercises 129
Broadcasting Standards Authority (BSA) 4–5, 157
Cappon, Rene J. 45
Carson, Andrea 94, 136
catch phrases 47
celebrities 10–11, 104
CEOs 10
challenge 7–8
chequebook journalism 170–1
children 11–12
choices 77
clarification 78–9
clippings books 29–30, 127
closed questions 72
code of ethics 5, 11–12
computer files 29–30
computer interviews 32–4
computer-assisted research and reporting (CARR) 32–4
concentration 14–15
confidence 21–2, 47
consequence 71
contact book 38–9
contempt of court 168–9
control 92–3
conversations 2, 7, 44, 156–7
corruption 7
courtesy 57
credibility 21, 170–1
criminals 11
Cropp, Amanda 52
cultural sensitivities 44, 59–60
curiosity 16–17
daily rounds 6
Davis, Mark 130
Davis, Peter 12, 57, 65
deals 154–5
deathknocks 5–6, 38, 163–6
defamation 171–4
devil's advocate 82
Diana, Princess of Wales 1
disasters 7
Doogue, Geraldine 2, 16
doorstop interviews 4–5
Dorman, Clive 10–11
Dorner, Jane 136, 138, 139
dress 48–9
du Fresne, Karl 53
Edwards, Dr Brian 32, 117, 128, 143
electronic filing 30
email interviews 4, 17, 131, 135–40
emotion 2
enunciation 129

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  • Title Page *
  • Contents *
  • Acknowledgements iv
  • Introduction v
  • References vii
  • 1 - The Interview … Revealing All 1
  • References 19
  • 2 - Research 20
  • References *
  • 3 - Getting Started 37
  • References 55
  • 4 - Breaking the Ice 56
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  • 5 - The Questions 68
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  • 6 - Print Interviews 94
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  • 7 - Broadcast Interviews 110
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  • 8 - Telephone and Email Interviews 131
  • References 141
  • 9 - Using the Information 142
  • References 158
  • 10 - Keeping Safe 160
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  • Resources 175
  • Index 181
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