In the following chapter, we will tell the story of some of the interviews we carried out during our research. In doing so, we have chosen those excerpts that we consider to be more significant or emblematic. Each interview took, on average, half an hour, although some lasted more than an hour (and in some cases, we spent an entire afternoon talking to one or other of the women). Their speech has not been altered, so as to keep as close as possible to their own voice. Here, we present the interviews directly, without any evaluation or analysis based on our theoretical framework. The conclusions we reached based on the data collected will be presented in Chaps. 4 and 5.
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