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As G. A. Radvansky et al. (2001) indicate situation modelling is the fundamental way in which texts or descriptions are animated by humans, made more than strings of words, a process basic to human narrative understanding, building upon the ‘the surface form, [and] the propositional textbase’ through layers of orientation using an implicit range of comparators: Finally, the situation model represents the events described by a text. It represents what the text is about, not the text itself. The creation of an accurate situation model is the main goal of comprehension and is what needs to be retained in memory if the knowledge is to be useful later.
Aging and everyday life features what older people themselves make of who and what they are, as well as how they view their worlds. (3) Theories of the significance of the everyday life abound, and in terms of the FCMAP project, such theories grounded our approach, supplying a core understanding that as significant sources of data and understanding the quotidian is central to any comprehension of lives of social agents. The diary form is most usually directed to quotidian reflection, primarily of lived experience; its vocabulary rooted in the mundane and the Everyday Life, Self-Narration and Identity 35 particular, offering in terms of sociological research a ‘contemporaneous flow of public and private events’ (Plummer, 1983: 170).
As Giddens (1991) comments ‘the self is not a passive identity, determined by external influences; in forging their self-identities, no matter how local their specific contexts of action, individuals contribute to and directly promote social influences that are global in their consequences and implications’ (2). Interestingly, applied to such contexts is the notion of a narrative consciousness, both individual and collective that Walter R. Fisher (1987) deployed in seeking to displace the rational, reasoning core that underpinned the term of homo sapiens based as it is on concepts of wisdom and rationality.