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The notion of 'self-aware interviewees' contains two features that emerged when studying early career professionals in the United Nations headquarters in Geneva and Vienna. First, it entails considerations on the researcher's positionality vis-à-vis the 'reflexive subjects' encountered in the field. It also considers the benefit of 'para-ethnographic sensibilities' and the related re-negotiation of the relationship informant-ethnographer. Second, it addresses the narrative habitus encountereddoi:10.5451/unibas-ep65386 fatcat:zfr77asl2bhqjohspnhgyfepxy