Abstract—The aim of this paper is to present how Oral Communication is an integral part of creating Oral History. The conveyance and the presence of Oral History cannot exist without the “ingredients” of communication. The paper presents how both the transmitter and the receiver have responsibilities without which a communication cannot be successful. In order to succeed this, these responsibilities need to be known and paid attention to.
Index Terms—Oral communication, oral history, transmitter, receiver, channel, responsibility.
L. R. P. Stiegelbauer and N. Tirban are with “Vasile Goldis” West University, Arad, Romania.
P. A. Onofrei is with “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iaşi, “George Enescu” University of Fine, Ornamental Arts and Design of Iaşi, Romania (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Cite: L. R. P. Stiegelbauer, N. Tirban and P. A. Onofrei, "Oral History and Oral Communication in Today’s Culture," International Journal of Information and Education Technology vol. 2, no. 4, pp. 316-318, 2012.