chapter  4
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Social Psychological Aspects of the Oral History Interview Howard E. Sypher, Mary Lee Hummert, and Sheryl L. Williams

Interpersonal interactions are extremely complex, often unpredictable, and although they can be very distressing, they are simultaneously central to our lives and to our satisfaction with our lives. These interactions come in many forms, discussions, rituals, and so on, that are guided more or less by cultural norms or rules of conduct.