1. Why did Morrison claim that an interview was a "crucial mental exercise"?
Morrison claimed that an interview was a "crucial mental exercise." He supported this claim, stating that an interview was similar to being on a witness stand. It puts the interviewee in a situation where they must try and remember something that happened in the past honestly.
2. Why did Morrison call an interview an "existential moment"?
Morrison called an interview an "existential moment" because once something is said, one cannot retract it. It is this fact that made the interview an "existential moment" for Morrison.
3. What did Morrison say about the elimination of "space fillers" in an interview?
Morrison, in regard to "space fillers" in an interview, stated that these (space fillers) are eliminated from an interview. Morrison believed that in an interview, one should be "explicit, accurate, and to the point".
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