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Key Factors to Take into Account When Conducting a Research
How will the findings be made available to these groups? A summary of the key findings will be available to all the participants
who indicate their willingness to receive one. Participants will need to
tick yes to the option of receiving the findings on the online survey at
the end of the survey. Likewise, at the end of th...
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An Interview with a Famous Audio Engineer Frank Ramirez
A couple weeks ago, I had the good fortune to interview Frank Ramirez from Paramount Recording Studio in Hollywood, an Audio Engineer originally from California who have worked with Sean Kingston, Lil Twist, Detail, Nelly, T.I., Bizzy Bone, Ashanti, Faith Evans and he is currently working with DJ Mustard. I was introduced t...
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A Summary of Sascha Baure's Interview
The company selected for this assignment is named ``Topbody'', which was
founded in 2013 by Sascha Bauer, whom we have interviewed last week in
his office in Vienna. The firm was established as sole trader and is specialized in dealing
with sport foods, food supplements and sport clothing. The majority of
the customers are...
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An Interview with a Daycare Provider
Daycare providers are much more than just babysitters, they are licensed professionals who nurture and provide for children whether it be in a home setting or a daycare facility. Daycare providers play a very important role in a child’s development and wellbeing through games, exercise and a variety of activities throughou...
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An interview about Reality TV
For this information report, I interviewed my friend Nicole Jackson, 21 years old. I thought she would be a great person to interview because I knew she loves reality T.V. and is an avid watcher so the conversation would be insightful and she would have a lot to talk about. She was also a great person to interview because s...
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Interviewing a Mom about 9/11
On September 11, 2001, my mom was unpacking. We had just moved from Rochester, New York to Florence, South Carolina. I was ten months old at the time this happened. My mom had a small TV in the kitchen, where she was able to watch the news. My mom’s sister called her and said for her to turn on the TV. My mom turned on the...
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Interview of Dr. Erik Black at the University of Florida
Dr. Erik black is an Assistant Professor in University of Florida who is interests focus on the use of technology in contemporary medicine and medical education. He is particularly interested in faculty development, social media and inter professional learning. Also Dr. Black earned a BS from Virginia Tech, an MA from The C...
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What next after Graduating from College?
Today I had the honor of interviewing one of my classmates, even though it was an assignment; I took the opportunity to make a new friend. When I turned around to start the interview, Shawnee had a friendly smile on her face, which made me feel comfortable and less nervous. She comes from a town where everyone knows every...
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An Interview With William Shakespeare
Who was your greatest inspiration that lead to your success? My greatest influence were the works of other great writers, but one stood out more than the rest, Geoffery Chaucer is one of the finest poets that I came across to. I admire his work vastly due to the immense creativity in each of his poems. Some of his poems ar...
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An Interview With Nobert
Immigration is the action of permanently living in a foreign country. I think it is important because it is a beginning of a new life. It is a chance to meet new people, learn new culture, and have a new life and to possibly succeed in a new foreign country. I decided to interview one of my friends and former track teammate...
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Cross Cultural Interview
For this cross-cultural interview paper, I am going to interview Khaled and Gurminder to understand their culture. Khaled was a Lebanese Muslim and Gurminder was Indian Hindu. For the body paragraph, I will discuss their experiences in America in which they may adapt to a new culture. My first interviewer was Khaled and he...
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An Interview with Timothy Fagan
Timothy Fagan is a professor at Columbia's Law School and its Mailman School of Public Health and serves as co-director of the Center for Crime, Community and Law. He is an expert on the juvenile justice system and a member of the MacArthur Foundation Research Program on Adolescent Development and Juvenile Justice. Here he...
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Being A Teacher in Teach for America
Why do you seek to join Teach For America? What would you hope to accomplish as a corps member? How would you determine your success as a corps member? It is in the classroom where many students find their safe haven and
develop strong characters, personal accountability, and leadership
skills. Despite teaching under var...
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Creative Interview Notes
Allyson: Does what you are saying about heroes and art apply to any other stories? Jack: One second, let me make this lady a drink. Jack makes the customer a drink and gives it to her with a smile and a God Bless. Jack: You have read the Harry Potter books right? Allyson: Well, of course! Jack: All right, well would...
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The Most Memorable Experience from Your Job
The person I choose to interview was a high school friend of mine name Elizabeth. When I asked her what was once specific memory from your job that had a lasting effect on you, she couldn’t wait to tell me her story. She worked at Macy’s a retail department store since she was 16. She had been there for two years as a sales...
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An Interview with a Healthy Couple
The couple Jake & Kathy has been married for 33 years. They have two kids that are in college and live separately now. There are both working, in good health and live a good life. They are in Stage six: families in later life It was a very nice interview and I enjoyed it. I never met the couple before. Even though I did...
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An Interview with My Cousin: Comparing the Modern Day with 1970's
I chose my cousin to interview because he is a very outgoing person, I
also chose him because he is related to me which makes it easier for us
to communicate in many ways. My cousin was born in Somalia and grew up
in the 1970's as a teenager. My cousin did many activities with family and friends such as, movies,
track, so...
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Baltimore Ravens Television Interview
You are watching Baltimore Ravens Television on Comcast Sports Net Welcome to our bye week interview im your host Ship Shipley today we
have a special interview for you folks from the M&T Bank Stadium
concourse and as I have mentioned before our Coach Jones Interview will
take place after the Texans game but this Bye Week...
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An Interview with Adam Byrd
Since it was a half day, I decided to head to Van Buren
Township, hoping to be able to schedule an interview with one
of the Police Officers onduty. I went to Van Buren Township
police department, and talked to a few people, finally leading
me to one of the community police officers named Adam Byrd. I
presented myself to hi...
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Interview with Julia Pulley
Julia Pulley was born into a loving, close family. She said, “We’re all really close. They’re the only people I trust completely. I go for them for all kinds of advice.” Julia is certain that her parents are the ones who have influenced her during her childhood the most. Julia is a fun – loving, energetic young woman. Sh...
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An Interview with a Family to Determine Their Strengths and Weaknesses
“The proliferating stepfamily has come to reflect the multiple social changes in American family life. Nevertheless, the dominance of the nuclear family culture continues to marginalize and stigmatize stepfamilies.”( ) Many people have an image in their mind of the nuclear family. What is often forgotten about is that fact...
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An Interview with the Author of City of Bones
A: The idea came to me one day in a tattoo parlor. I was with a good
friend, who was showing me where she used to work. She really wanted me
to see the mural that was on the ceiling. There was footprints of
everyone who was, or had worked there, in black paint. The prints
crisscrossed over each other, and it appeared as a b...
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An Unexpected Career: An Interview with Theresa
When I was a kid I grew up eating mac and cheese, frozen pizza, and hot dogs. This wasn’t because my mother did not know how to cook, in fact she is an expert cook with 30 years under her belt. Theresa’s first experience with cooking was not one by choice. She worked second shift at the local truck stop as a waitress. One...
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My Interview with Susan Carter: A Reformed Drug Addict
I met my interviewee at East Side University Community Learning Center where she’s currently attaining her GED from. A single glance at her face unravels many layers of her adversities that she had suffered from. Her face lined with wrinkles, tooth less smile and mystifying ambitious eyes defines the outlook of my subject....
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Interview with a Storm Chaser
On average storm chasers travel 500 miles a day; Reed Timmer is no average storm chaser. Reed Timmer wakes up around 6:00 a.m. so that he can see where he is going to target so he can chase. Timmer looks at computer generated models and looks for certain, key elements that form supercell thunderstorms. Supercell thundersto...
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