Archives par mot-clé : New technologies

Cynthia Fleury: analytic protocol in the face of the digital

What place do new communication technologies have in analytic protocol? Is it possible to carry out analytic work, conduct a “session” digitally, when this work is by nature apart from classic social relations and the usual forms of pressure and domination? The analytic stage-setting guarantees a stopping of panoptical ways of seeing. What are the “digital” possibilities of analytic treatment?

Adolescence, 2015, 33, 3, 523-533.

Serge Tisseron : new families and new images : narcissism’s new clothes

Transformations affecting youngsters’ relationship with their own image result from their adaptation to two radically new situations they are confronted with from earliest childhood : the omnipresence of images – most notably those that their parents make of them – and new family organizations in which the desire the child observes is maintained for a longer and longer time. « Being famous » is then perceived as the privileged means for resolving several contradictory desires and anxieties at the same time.