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A note on the use of ellipsis in the text: As I have quoted the participants throughout the text, I used three periods to show that there was a pause in the speaker's utterance. The reader may distinguish ellipsis from pause in that the pauses are indicated by three dots without any spaces on either side, while ellipsis has the conventional spacing.

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