There is only one distinction between the real and a fake. The engraved Oakley logo is very defined on a pair of real Oakley frames, whereas the fake frames look as if it is stamped or printed instead of engraved. This is something that you must have a trained eye to spot..
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McMurphy’s. I don’t know the name, but it’s location on Wasson Rd. Sounds strangely familiar to a bar we used to go to when I worked at the corner of Madison Edwards Rds. The traditional textbook paradigm of detachment inwhich the interviewer both actively seeks to control and depersonalise the interviewsituation, has been problematised by feminist researchers such as Ann Oakley (1981:41):In most cases, the goal of finding out about people through interviewing is best achieved when the relationship of interviewer and interviewee is not hierarchical and when the interviewer is prepared to invest his or her own personal identity in the relationship.Helen Roberts (1981:30) summarises Oakley position in relation to reciprocity asfollows:Traditional criteria for interviewing, suggest Oakley, can be summarised as, first, the admonition that the interviewing situation is a one way process in which the interviewer elicits and receives, but does not give information. Oakley illustrates the absurdity of this situation through a discussion of the questions her respondents back Oakley (1981:49) justifies her decision regarding active responses tointerviewees questions both as a political and ethical decision and also in terms ofmethodological utility:I had found, in my previous interviewing experiences, that an attitude of refusing to answer questions or offer any kind of personal feedback was not helpful in terms of the traditional goal of promoting She contrasts her approach with the traditional reliance on ofavoidance suggested by many textbooks as useful devices which can be employed toparry questions raised by interviewees (Oakley, 1981:35). Indeed, she does acknowledge that”common sense would suggest that an ethic of detachment on the interviewer is much easier to maintain where there is only one meeting with theinterviewee”.