By Diana Kay
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Rather than facilitating communication I felt that the tape recorder would have intruded into the easy-going atmosphere, creating distance and unease. In most cases I took notes during the interview, making a particular effort to jot down key phrases and words verbatim. In order to recapture something of the vibrancy and flavour of the accounts, I have translated my notes back into direct speech, remaining as faithful as possible to the original statement. The interviews took the form of a series of open-ended questions around selected topic areas.
He may simply have been hungry and irritated that his supper was not on the table but given that he had previously been talking about his own research experiences where he had found women to be much more forthcoming than men, it is not implausible to think otherwise. If machismo was a source of personal irritation, its code often worked to my advantage in carrying out the research. Pepe repeated several times how pleased he was that a woman rather than a man was doing the study, adding: I've got more confidence in women.
Almost overnight their world had been turned upside down. Enrique described how: It took me a long time to realise that what was happening was for real and not a nightmare. It was like being really drunk and waking up the next morning not knowing where you are. It was two months of unreality. Although the coup had not been totally unexpected by most politicised men, the speed of the turnaround and the thoroughness and ease with which it was accomplished had caught many by surprise. As has been seen, the military junta rapidly dismantled the public sphere, banning political activities and proscribing political organisations.