Ethnographers, as people, must possess precise analytical faculties for picking apart cultures, but they must be just as scrupulous in gleaning insights about themselves as observers. A heightened clarity concerning the copper mesh of subjectivity that entrap every socialized mind (by default) is essential as the first step in understanding the worlds of other people. The brave admittance of such a cage by an ethnographer is both commendable and evidence of a sound observation.
Do I secretly enjoy giving myself exactly 9 hours to write a final paper? I think I must, or else I would be a little farther along with this assignment.