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Table of Contents
|List of illustrations||p. vii|
|List of contributors||p. ix|
|Introduction: The reflexive re-turn||p. 1|
|Reflexivity and pragmatism||p. 15|
|Inner speech and agency||p. 17|
|Cartesian privacy and Peircean interiority||p. 39|
|Pragmatist and hermeneutic reflections on the internal conversations that we are||p. 55|
|Reflexivity and realism||p. 75|
|Human reflexivity in social realism: beyond the modern debate||p. 77|
|Reflexivity and the habitus||p. 108|
|Can reflexivity and habitus work in tandem?||p. 123|
|Reflexivity after modernity: from the viewpoint of relational sociology||p. 144|
|Modes of reflexivity||p. 165|
|The agency of the weak: ethos, reflexivity and life strategies of Polish workers after the end of state socialism||p. 167|
|Emotion, and the silenced and short-circuited self||p. 187|
|Self talk and self reflection: a view from the US||p. 206|
|Reflexivity in production and consumption||p. 221|
|'Reflexive consumers': a relational approach to consumption as a social practice||p. 223|
|Organizational use of information and communication technology and its impact on reflexivity||p. 243|
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