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being increased. That state is, in itself, worthy of note in this type of research. Where the primary interviewee refused to give us contact details for the other parent, we respected that position and accepted that we would not be able to include the other parent in our research. Where the primary interviewee was not able to provide contact details for the other parent, but was tolerant of the concept of that other parent being contacted by us, strenuous efforts were made to locate that other parent and offer the opportunity of taking part. On several occasions, the other parent chose not to do so, sometimes emphatically so.

Number of Adult Interviews Undertaken

30 25 20 15 10 5 0

Abducting or Left- Behind Parents

Adults Abducted as Children

Grandparent

Non-Abducted Sibling

As before, the interviews were based on a structured interview format. Some questions that had been posed in the original interview (“the outcomes project”) were put again in this interview to test the longevity of the issue in question. Where comparative data has been obtained in this way, it has been incorporated within the current report (“the effects project”).

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