Situating the ‘author’
… but some arresting, thought-provoking (seductive) phrases, images, gems:
- ‘concepts as light seductions’
- ‘seduction can lead to productive entanglements’
- ‘qualitative interviews as betrayal/abandonment/misrepresentation of the other’
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