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Towards ethical ethnography
Ruth Sheldon

structures from the moment we frame a question. Yet, in Wittgenstein’s formulation, there is also an appeal to the creative yet precarious possibilities for projecting new meanings in our relationships with others. I would also like to suggest that, exploring how our languages limit us, and seeking to expand these languages, is part of the imaginative process of social theorising (Seidler 2013). This opens up the possibility of a dialogical claim to truth, in which, through language, I can claim to speak with an open-​ended community (Cavell 1999). It is in this spirit

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