I study a fairly popular topic, with a fairly popular theoretical framework, but in a context that is not usually addressed in the literature. Needless to say, when the research/theory I'm reading mentions my context, I get pretty excited. Then there are moments like today, when a prominent researcher, whose work I really generally enjoy reading and find helpful, mentions my context in two different ways. The first time, she lost all nuance, and made an offensive generalization when comparing my topic (and worse, a particular identity category of mine)to the one more traditionally studied in this particular theoretical framework. Then she turned to my context, and cited research on a topic of much obsession with little substance about which she clearly had no knowledge. Grumbling into the book, I immediately demoted her from favorite researcher to failed theoretician. Why doesn't anyone give my context the attention it deserves! Why do they ignore it/say unnuanced things about it! It's important to this framework too and you need to see that!
Then I remembered that I am writing my dissertation on this topic for exactly this reason. :-) I should be inspired, not frustrated!