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Making our Way through the World


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Introduction. Reflexivity: the unacknowledged condition of social life; Part I: 1. Reflexivity's biographies; 2. Reflexivity in action; 3. Reflexivity and working at social positioning; Part II: Introduction: how 'contexts' and 'concerns' shape internal conversations; 4. Communicative reflexives: working at staying-put; 5. Autonomous reflexives: upward and outward bound; 6. Meta-reflexives: moving on; Part III: 7. Internal conversations and their outworks; Conclusion. Reflexivity's future; Methodological appendix.

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This book examines 'internal conversations' and their influence on how people make their way through the world.

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Margaret S. Archer is Professor of Sociology at the University of Warwick. She has written over twenty books including Structure, Agency and the Internal Conversation (2003) and Being Human: The Problem of Agency (Cambridge, 2000)

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