interviewee

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n interviewee a person who is interviewed
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Usage

In literature:

Somehow both interviewer and interviewee avoid the ugly word whenever possible.
"Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves: Volume II, Arkansas Narratives, Part 2" by Work Projects Administration
That sort of thing is sometimes told to nervous interviewees.
"Legacy" by James H Schmitz
Obviously the size was to impress interviewees.
"DP" by Arthur Dekker Savage
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In news:

Total Number of Interviewees from All Sources for This Position.
Recruiters are literally smelling the armpits of interviewee's.
Today's interviewee is award-winning comedian and author of Agorafabulous.
Max Rice, 'Fox & Friends' frustrating interviewee , speaks.
In those cases, interviewees could use the opportunity to give examples of how they've handled stress before.
A pair of recent SPIN interviewees (and SXSW performers, and excellent guitarists) hit late-night stages last night.
I was very sad to learn that today's interviewee would be leaving WBEZ.
Distribution of interviewees per German state.
I'm not as conscious of a British invasion of our language as I am of British people appearing on TV as news reporters, commentators or interviewees.
Last Sunday's TV talk shows gave us sharply contrasting examples of interviewers and interviewees.
Max Rice, 'Fox & Friends' frustrating interviewee, speaks.
Tommy Lee Jones is the grumpiest interviewee ever and we love him for it.
Today's interviewee is a Chicago author, teacher and editor who is celebrating the recent release of her second historical novel.
As the main reason this group of interviewees highlighted the general political orientatio...
We collaborated with American Public Media 's Public Insight Network to find some of the interviewees for this story.
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In science:

Our technique, called Negative Surveys, presents interviewees with a question and t possible answers, and asks par ticipants to eliminate one of t − 1 alternatives at random.
Negative Surveys
In the course of the paper we quantify the amount of information surrendered by an interviewee, elaborate on how to estimate the desired population propor tions, and discuss the proper ties of our method at length.
Negative Surveys
On occasion, however, they require disclosing sensitive or otherwise private data compelling some interviewees to give faulty answers and discouraging others from participating altogether.
Negative Surveys
In the previous sections, we explained negative surveys and discussed how their application increases the interviewees’ privacy by requiring less information than their positive counterpart.
Negative Surveys
However, we are after the proportions of the population that “positively” belong to each of the t categories: a particular interviewee positively belongs to one and only one category.
Negative Surveys
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