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The local workforce's strengths includes its familiarity with the environment and culture of Macao, which minimises the problems related to social and work adjustment (Interview, Interviewee E, 14 March 2012; Interview, Interviewee G and S, 22 February 2012; Interview, Interviewee F, 24 June 2011; Interview, Interviewee N, 31 August 2011).
An interviewee from the Upper Midwest credited increased frequencies and headways (24) of transit modes with alleviating some of the economic stress of a transit dependent, poor, minority neighborhood:
Interviewee 8 said, "I can't say my decision was financially based.
In this section we lay the empirical grounds for the concept of the personal public sphere, led by what the interviewees said about the content that drove them to unfriend some of their Facebook Friends.
The muskox is considered to be a unique, iconic animal; an integral part of the landscape; and connected to Inuit culture and identity: "muskox means identity, where we come from!" (Inuk woman, Interviewee 13).
The interviewees predominantly report suffering respiratory, dermatological and gastrointestinal disorders, and tuberculosis as the most recurrent problem linked to their living conditions.
Gibney's film is based on Lawrence Wright's book of the same name, and the author--who appears throughout the film--claims that he did not set out to make an expose of the religion; however, the experiences of the ex-Scientologist interviewees shaped both the book and film into a harrowing indictment of a secretive, cult-like and ultimately dangerous organisation.
Several interviewees were reluctant to identify any topic as being unimportant, such as Interviewee F who responded "there absolutely isn't anything that is irrelevant in the law stuff that we teach".
Below are some media tips every interviewee should consider before speaking with a member of the press:
to be developing this work for the industry and those who trade in their manufactured products (Interviewee 3, personal communication, July 2014).
To analyze our data, both the interviewer and another researcher listened to each interview and completed a written summary of the interviewee's description of the EEWG, his or her motivation to participate (or not), the perceived pros and cons of participation, suggestions for improvement, and conceptions of the "ideal" writing session.
Peter Fenwick, a London neuropsychiatrist and one of Schlitz's interviewees, studies the physical and mental changes that occur in the death process, using both scientific explanation and noetic insight.