Are you someone who “thinks things over?” Do you have conversations with yourself, silently in your head? If so, you are a practitioner of reflexivity. There is evidence that most people are reflexive and that there are (at least) four different kinds of reflexivity. This book uses a character from each of four "classic" American films to describe each kind of reflexivity.
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There is evidence that most people practice one of these kinds of reflexivity more than the others. In this volume, I introduce thirty-nine members of the South Denver (Colorado) High School class of 1968. I describe the kind of reflexivity they each practice, their last occupation, educational attainment, and their social status. These data set the stage for asking how, in relation to the thirty-nine individuals, different kinds of reflexivity are related (or not) to the level of social status they attain.