Archives par mot-clé : Digital

Marion Haza-Pery : psychosexuality of porn and #porn on social media

Since the dawn of the digital, classic representations of sexuality have been displaced on the web. Porn has thus appeared, with its increasingly trafficked images. Children and adolescents are confronted with these unfiltered, sometimes traumatic images. How do social media deal with these images in order to protect them? In what ways has porn evolved? What is one to think about the emergence of #porn on social media, as it relates to entry into the adult world?

Adolescence, 2022, 40, 2, 281-293.

Frédéric Tordo, Serge Tisseron : new modes of connected transference

Contemporary treatment brings the patient closer and closer into relation with images, digitalized self-representations and technology in general. This relation has an influence, particularly in adolescence, over the construction of body image, identity and social relations. Moreover, this relationship in turn influences the space of the therapeutic relation. To help understand this, this paper will present six new modes of transference.

Adolescence, 2022, 40, 2, 243-257.

Aleksandra Pitteri, Frédéric Tordo: lockdowns and the digital as traumatic mimicry

The unprecedentedness of the Covid pandemic helped to we psychic resistances, often revealing traumatic experiences that had been hidden until now. In this context, the traumatic experience has been called forth by three factors: the effect of the lockdowns, the omnipresence of digital technology, lastly the general use of remote consultations in mental health care. We will discuss this multiple calling forth of the traumatic in light of what is understood about the adolescent process.

Adolescence, 2022, 40, 1, 193-204.

Marie Colin, Kathleen Beuvelet, David Vavassori, Sonia Harrati: the violent act in adolescence: at the limits of the real

Today’s adolescent is caught up in what could be called hypermodernity. With the arrival of technology, new ways of acting out have appeared, such as digital violence. Using a clinical case, the authors will examine digital acts of violence from the angle of psychoanalysis. More specifically, they will discuss the way that familial lack will be displaced onto a new scene, that of the digital, in an attempt to restore adolescent limits.

Adolescence, 2020, 38, 1, 103-117.

Jocelyn Lachance: digital ordeal

This article will examine the concept of the digital ordeal to better understand the online dissemination of digital videos and photos. Laying their cards on the table by publishing images in which they are recognizable, some adolescents compromise their identity under the gaze of the community of anonymous internauts, thus reactivating the anthropology of risk-taking within conditions specific to the Web 2.0

Adolescence, 2015, 33, 3, 649-654.

Frédéric Tordo: the uses of the digital in borderline cases

This article presents a possible way of adjusting the analytic setting arising from the use of digital technology in the treatment of the borderline patient. The five functions carried out by digital technology in these treatments will then be presented: the virtual presence of the analysis ensuring the continuity of being; the play of touching-being touched; the play of the double limit; inscription of psychic traces; and finally, the work of virtualization.

Adolescence, 2015, 33, 3, 535-546.