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2 Points Each What is the name of the religion you will be studying? Why have you chosen this particular religion? | The religion that I chose is Wicca. The reason that I chose this religion is because my daughter practices this religion, and I find that although I do not believe in in, it is interesting. | How much knowledge do you already have about this religion? | I have a little knowledge of it, but not too much. | Are you having any difficulties finding a place for a site visit or a person to interview? If so, how do you plan to resolve this difficulty? | I have found many sites on this religion, and I have talked to my daughter about it as well. | What do you think will be the most interesting thing about conducting an interview with someone of this faith? | I think the most interesting thing about the interview will be opening up to the facts about the religion and remaining open-minded about it. | What difficulties do you anticipate in conducting an interview with someone of this faith? | Keeping an open mind and trying to understand why she picked this religion to practice. |

1 Point for Each Appropriate Question Create a list of 10 questions you would like to ask during the interview. | 1. I know you do not believe in God, so does that mean you believe in Satan? 2. Do all people who practice Wicca think they are Witches? 3. Why do you cast spells and use potions? Are they for good or evil? 4. Why do use the Pentegram? Isn’t it a sign of the Devil? 5. Do you all sacrifice animals or do other negative sacrifices? 6. What are your overall views and beliefs? 7. Who do you believe in if you do not believe in God? 8. What is your religions ultimate goal? 9. Do you all practice black magic? 10. Why did you choose Wicca as your religion? |

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