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Interview Interview And Observation - 1348 Words

In my interview/observation I chose 4 people. The interview included two women and two men. To pick the people for my interview I put a survey out and picked random people who chose to do the survey. The survey was presented by telephone and email . To select people I asked if any of my friends would like to take place in a survey possibly leading to an interview. I picked from close friends and family. The survey questions were: Do you smoke cigarettes? How long have you smoked? How often do you smoke? Do you consider yourself addicted or a social smoker? Would you like to quit? Have you ever tried? If yes, what happened? My first interviewee was a male 40 years of age who admitted to being a smoker of cigarettes since age 16 but didn’t become addicted until age 18. He stated he smokes 15 times a day. He stated he smokes less when at work due to lack of breaks, but once in the comfort of his home he smokes over half a pack. 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