Ageing, Narrative and Identity: New Qualitative Social by Dr Nick Hubble;Philip Tew

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That is what it means to identify with someone, to emphasize with them. You reconstruct the events of their life in your body and nervous system. ) The diaries in FCMAP adopt in this sense fundamentally the same view, whether responding to the MO directive, or the reading set for the VRGS and the meetings that followed. Although Andy Alaszewski (2006) comments ‘Diary keeping is a recognised form of social activity’ (20), he notes of social research, ‘Diaries seem to be a neglected source even in areas where one would anticipate they would be a key resource’ (vii).

Benzon (2000) draws upon the importance and effectiveness of combining deixis and the use of pronouns, and notes that reference to alternatives provides less satisfactory modes of understanding. He concludes first that ‘those mechanisms are both linguistic and social. ). ). Complex narrative amplifies that process, but layered with intersubjective and social injunctions. As Benzon further explains, diaries allow one to create narrative as part of the ‘external environment’, but the relationships required in its understanding do not alter whether one reads one’s own or someone else’s diary.

Thus it is capable of conveying a heterogeneous view, centred on individual experience, physical and mental adjustments, and the process of memory, that continues to shape identity. An important starting point for situating and understanding the everyday is a central supposition or conjecture about how people apprehend the world in terms of the quotidian mundanities and intimacies of their lives. One can assume that most nonacademic people leading what they regard as their ‘ordinary’ lives do not obtain or direct their views or judgments through matters such as demographics, statistics, academic research, or even in most cases any quantitative apprehension of lived experience.

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