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INTERVIEWS

Keeley  Library   May 3, 2000
Scope:
Conducting an Interview
Being interviewed for a job
See also  Careers

REFERENCE BOOKS

Writer's Inc
Conducting an inteview, pp.330  Interview report, pp. 160-162
Ref. 809.02 K32 2000
Everyday Business Etiquette
Includes Interview tips, non-verbal  communication tips,  dress
Ref. 395.52 P647 1996
Emily Post's Etiquette
Includes chapter on speaking, telephone courtesy, job manners, business entertaining, etc.
Ref. 395 P857 1997

SELECTED SUBJECT HEADINGS
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Interviews
Interviewing 
Employment interviewing 
Counseling 
Medical history taking 
Social case work 
Police questioning
Interviewing in mass media 
Interviewing on radio 
Interviewing in psychiatry 
Interviewing in radio 
Interviewing in television
Interviewing in journalism
Interviewing--Handbooks, manuals, etc
Interviewing in child abuse--United States 
Interviewing in occupational therapy--Technique 
Interviewing in marketing research 
Interviewing in mental health--United States
Interviewing in rehabilitation counseling
Interviewing in law enforcement

BOOKS IN THE CIRCULATING COLLECTION

Speaking with Confidence, a Small Group Approach to Speech Communication 808.5 C284
The Very Quick Job Search 
Has excellent chapter on interview process   pp. 79-132
650.14 F2394 1996
Communications Skills Has intervew tips.    pp. 69-76 651.7 W932 1998
How to Read a Person like a Book, and What to Do about It
Examples of non-verbal communication. (Might be useful while being interviewed. Employers also look for non-vebal signs from  prospective hires.)
001.56 N675 1978
 

 

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INTERNET RESOURCES

Careers, Resumes, Job Hunts, The Works America's Career InfoNet
Conducting an Interview Conducting the Information Interview
General Guidelines for Conducting Interviews How to Do an Oral History Interview

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Jane Constant, Reference Librarian
Keeley Library, B.M.C.Durfee High School of Fall River
September, 1978  to  June, 2001