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Skeptical Inquirer “Sure this isn’t going to wind up in the Sun or the Post?” He’s not sure he trusts these students. Whose side are they on anyway? He agrees to do the interview and have it recorded, but always asks “why do you want to know that?” For him this entire project is a mystery – he wants to figure out who the interviewers are, who they are working for and what they’re really after… 62
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Interviewee Types Motor-mouth “OhanddidImentionthatIjustliketotallylovethesystem…” She has a lot to say and a measly 45 minute interview is not going to cut it. Once the interviewer asks their first question, the floor is hers! And she won’t give it up! She does whatever she can to keep the interviewer from interrupting and asking more than one question. They’re supposed to be listening, right? Super Shy “Hi.” She really doesn’t want to talk to anyone, especially a strange group of college students. The only reason she’s here is because her manager promised she would. She’s very quiet and polite. One word answers are best. Avoids eye contact -- looks at the floor Dream Interviewee “Here, let me show you that on-line…” She is earnest and honest, alert and attentive, friendly and forgiving. She’s interested in the interviewers’ work and wants to help their investigation. Shows them important things they may have missed or forgot to ask. Invites them to contact her later if they have any additional questions or need to clarify something. Leaves the dysfunctions at the door… 63
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  • Fall '08
  • Koru,G
  • Semi-structured interview, Documentary film techniques

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