In addition, a discursive analysis of conflict invites therapists to be more intentional, reflexive , and socially responsible in their work.
I jumped at least two feet in the air in a completely involuntary, reflexive response.
The term emphatic pronoun refers to a reflexive pronoun used to emphasize a noun phrase, as in ‘The town itself is very old’ and ‘Well, you said it yourself.’
A French language lesson follows with the Brother conjugating the reflexive verb déshabiller, ‘to undress’.
It does so by offering a set of methodologically reflexive , culturally nuanced and socially-located studies of gendered knowledges and practices.
The trick is, of course, to distinguish between subjective criticism of US government policy and reflexive opposition to anything done by the US anywhere at any time.
English requires the use of prepositional phrases and reflexive and other pronouns to communicate what the middle morpheme could alone.
In the first, called intrinsic reflexivization, a predicate is marked as a reflexive predicate in the lexicon.
They're riven with anti-Americanism, it's soaked to the bone in Canada, and it's often reflexive and knee-jerk.
Sometimes it's conscious, sometimes reflexive , but the basic trend is not in doubt.