Some might make quite extravagant claims for it as being, in its highest form, a source of truth, and, in its practice, an art. Others, usually celebrities who see themselves as its victims, might despise the interview as an unwarranted intrusion into their lives, or feel that it somehow diminishes them, just as in some primitive cultures it is believed that if one takes a photographic portrait of somebody then one is stealing that person’s soul.
Question 4 Part 3 (B) - i
What is the most likely reason some people consider the practice of interview to be an art?
This could be because it requires-
- fluency of words.
- sensitive and careful handling.
- creativity and imagination.
- probing and focusing on details.
Checking the Options:
- Fluency of words.
- Sensitive and careful handling.
- Creativity and imagination. - This is correct
- Probing and focusing on details.
So, the correct answer is Option C.