The Resource Criminal conversations : an anthology of the work of Tony Parker, edited by Keith Soothill ; introduction by Terence Morris

Criminal conversations : an anthology of the work of Tony Parker, edited by Keith Soothill ; introduction by Terence Morris

Label
Criminal conversations : an anthology of the work of Tony Parker
Title
Criminal conversations
Title remainder
an anthology of the work of Tony Parker
Statement of responsibility
edited by Keith Soothill ; introduction by Terence Morris
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Criminal Conversations is an anthology of the work of Tony Parker who has been the most outstanding interviewer of criminals since the Second World War. His work spans the 1960s to the 1990s and he speaks intimately to all kinds of offenders - inadequates, professional criminals, sex offenders, frauds and false pretence merchants
Biography type
collective biography
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
  • 364.3/0941
  • 364.3/0941
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
HV6945
LC item number
.C75 1999
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
Criminal conversations : an anthology of the work of Tony Parker, edited by Keith Soothill ; introduction by Terence Morris
Publication
Note
Principally interviews confined to the words of the persons interviewed
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
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  • mel
Contents
  • Preface / Keith Soothill -- Introduction / Terence Morris -- Pt. I. Inadequates. In the cooler - Kendon Prender. A life story - Charlie Smith. Private shame - Janie Preston. It's very great problem - Donald. Harriet Martineau -- Pt. II. Villainy: a way of life. I've always been a criminal - Robert Allerton. A hard nut - Archie. People like me - Hank Sullivan -- Pt. III. Some answers to a question. This is the question. Archie. Ron. Donald. Clive. Bernie. Geoff. Norman Edwards -- Pt. IV. Nonces. A malady come upon you - Wilfred Johnson. Marriage brings problems - Harry Mills. A radio is a very good friend - Norman. Stuck - Stanley Hart -- Pt. V. Frauds and false pretence merchants. The F.P. merchants. White-slave trafficking - Bernie. I've been very lucky - Miss McDonald -- Pt. VI. At death's door. In the condemned cell - Michael Davies. My story - Betty Drew. Happiness is just a word - Gus Webster -- Pt. VII. Conclusion. Some very basic principles of interviewing / Tony Parker
  • Some notes on what questions to ask, and how / Tony Parker. Principles of tape-recorded interviewing / Tony Parker. Only listen ... Some reflections on Tony Parker's methodology / Lyn Smith
Control code
000014115011
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
xii, 254 p.
Isbn
9780415197397
Lccn
98042332
Other physical details
ill.
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.b18953396
System control number
  • 14115011lt
  • (OCoLC)39787524

Library Locations

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