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Appendix C: Process for Panel's Interviews
Pages 298-301

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... Because identities inform perceptions, their positional identifications are included below. From the perspective of the interviewees, all five would be visually identified as young, Black women; they introduced themselves as recent Princeton graduates who completed senior theses with Susan Fiske, cochair of the committee.
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... , age 70, mobility challenged, cisgender straight woman, from Chicago and New England, teaching at Princeton University. The interviewers uploaded their audio interviews to a secure storage site, and the audio files were then transcribed by either an agency or an automated transcription site.
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... After we are done, a transcription service will transcribe your interview. We will keep the recording and transcript in secure NASEM storage and destroy it 12 months after the committee releases its report.
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... . App C-4 Pre-Publication Copy, Uncorrected Proofs

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