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Interviewee 5's narrative was related in a manner which resulted in a high level of consistency between the transcript coding and his scoring of the most important variables relative to transformation of the strategy.
An example of how connection and community correspond is stated by Interviewee 20, citing a reciprocal relationship between individuals and the community of worshippers that they comprise.
The interviewee from a smaller agency in the Southwest's recollection clearly describes this category: "we have ongoing discussions [of social justice] because of litigation issues, union issues, different kinds of grievances that might be raised, EEOC complaints, so discussions do arise out of those.
Unlike job interviewees the subjects in sales interviews have little or no interest in being interviewed.
Rapport and trust are crucial when an interviewee is unlikely to have been involved in any wrongdoing but may have information important to understanding a fraud.
In another case an interviewee stated that the tax collectors who had come to the store had insisted that the sum they requested be paid or the store would be "sealed" (closed).
Several assumed that any conditions for use would be stipulated when a file was found, and certainly by the time it was opened, although another interviewee said that the interviewee always scans the Web page a file appears on to see if, for example, attribution is required.
Common themes in key questions two and four emerged directly from the interviewee responses.
You can try sailing outside those prevailing winds as some of the interviewees, such as Charles Manski, did.
There was no evidence that interviewees took any interest in the percentage of the 'entering class' made up to partner each year.
These perceptions and their implications for the field are mostly implicit in interviewees' explanations of their work, but some interviewees stated quite explicitly that they felt that they were participating in a transnational community developing and implementing a common body of knowledge.
On the other hand, asked what institution they would turn to if they decided to report corruption, as much as 44 percent of the interviewees said the police, 14.