Of those interviewed, roughly 25% fit the justice junkie profile, and virtually all interviewees
mentioned having justice junkie colleagues and friends.
It is important to note that "fairness" was overwhelmingly preferred to "social justice" by interviewees
and was used interchangeably by them throughout interviews.
(92) Author interviews, multiple Iraqi political and security figures in 2018 and 2019, exact dates, names, and places withheld at request of the interviewees
describe the drone launches being observed and also the return flights.
Have the Interviewee
Received Any Assistance During and/or After the Return
According to the interviewees
in this study, of greatest importance to new graduates is a manager who sees them for what they bring to the organization and how they fit with the team.
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 exhibition's organisers and its interviewees
will also share their stories further after being invited by the Ricoh Arena to watch their fellow Irishmen and women compete against England in a Six Nations double-header at the Ricoh Arena on Friday, March 16.
La meme etude ayant pour theme la violence fondee sur le genre social en milieu de travail et dont les resultats ont ete presentes jeudi au siege de l'UGTT lors d'une conference organisee a l'occasion de la journee internationale de la femme a demontre que 68% des femmes interviewees
ont ete victimes de violence economique, 30% ont ete victimes de harcelement sexuel et 26% ont subi une violence physique.
We adopted the principles of grounded theory and defined the sample size by the thematic saturation approach: that is, we stopped recruiting participants when no new information or themes emerged from the narratives of new interviewees
(Watling and Lingard, 2012; Green and Thorogood, 2014).
In order to protect the interviewees
' identities, we have chosen to classify the selected interview excerpts by using increasing numbers according to three levels of care: Primary (doctor--1, doctor--2, nurse--3, social worker--4, administrative assistant--5, and administrative assistant--6); Secondary (doctor--7, social worker 8, nurse--9, nurse--10, nurse--11, administrative assistant--12, pharmacist--13, and doctor--14); and Tertiary (doctor--15, nurse--16, social worker--17, doctor 1 8, and social worker--19).
The author's well-informed and sensitive questioning elicits painful memories and mentally transports some interviewees
to their childhood.
Personally, I prefer newspaper interviews by seasoned reporters who know how to get the best out of an interviewee