Contributors from a wide range of fields review the current state of second-order cybernetics as a fundamental revolution in science; cybernetics, reflexivity
, and second-order science; the cybernetic foundations of psychology; consciousness as self-description in differences; design research as a variety of second-order cybernetic practice; and black box theater: second order cybernetics and naturalism in rehearsal and performance.
The papers titled "Interdependence, Reflexivity
, Fidelity, Impedance Matching, and the Evolution of Genetic Coding" and "Insuperable problems of the genetic code initially emerging in an RNA world," appeared in the journals (https://academic.
To the editor: As a parent of a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), I felt it necessary to write this reflexivity
piece about my research journey around the topic of ASDs in the South African (SA) context.
was mentioned by a considerable number of authors as something that should be looked at when one is assessing the quality of these studies, in the next topic we will examine the meaning of reflexivity
and its importance for qualitative research in general.
In return, team members feel obliged to reciprocate through engaging in task reflexivity
to achieve collective goals (Graen & Uhl-Bien, 1995), and they feel psychologically safe when engaging in risky behavior, such as voicing their thoughts.
In the context of phenomenologically informed research, committing sociology involves carefully navigating the dilemmas associated with a scholar-activist identity by engaging in the practice of reflexivity
By combining Archer's (2010) morphogenic approach and her discussion of the internal conversation with Donati's relational sociology generally and his discussion of relational reflexivity
more specifically, Weaver is able to examine how desistance is co-produced by individuals "in relation" through the process of reflexivity
and, in doing so, is able to obtain a deeper understanding of the nuances of the lived experiences of desistance than we have perhaps been able to previously.
This article contributes to the geographical literature on reflexivity
by asking what it means to take the researcher's unconscious seriously in ethnographic research, and proposes psychoanalysis as a theoretical and methodological resource for researching the unconscious dimensions of fieldwork.
This article explores how GSL qualitative researchers affect the knowledge creation process by examining approaches to ethical research, exploring a reflexive account of the enactive approach to a GSL qualitative research project in Pakistan, and dismissing the elements, implications, and limitations of reflexivity
As our study progressed, we quickly determined that reflexivity
should also serve as a sensitizing construct and added it as a component of our analytic framework.
in Qualitative Social Research: Bridging the Gap between Theory and Practice with Alvin Gouldner's Reflexive Sociology
We believe these propositions reflect a narrow and oversimplified definition of reflexivity
* and what it means to be a reflective researcher in the context of PHIR.