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The self and its autobiographical experience are used to relive and rework the material, although many anthropologists are coy about explicitly discussing that self and its history (Okely 1992). The interpretation is intuitive (cf. Leach 1967 above), yet the intuition is a newly acquired one which has been formed from months of living in the different culture. Ideas may emerge from only the most intangible link with recorded notes. They arise in part as a response to other theories and ideas, long after fieldwork.
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