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Maude Ludot, Isam Idris, Marie-Aude Piot, Rahmeth Radjack, Jonathan Lachal, Marie Rose Moro: mestizaje traumático

“La radicalización” emerge en el discurso de los padres, es un motivo de consultación de los adolescentes. En las tres situaciones clínicas presentadas, aparece como un medio utilizado por los adolescentes para separarse y llenar un vacío en la transmisión entre las generaciones. El mestizaje traumático será discutido como un operador en los procesos de identidad. El objetivo es de comprender el sentido de esas adhesiones a la radicalización en un contexto de separación e individuación.

Adolescence, 2018, 36, 2, 263-274.

Francesca Di Giacomo, Solène Martin-Bonneville, Hélène Lida-Pulik: el sentimiento de lo trágico

La tragedia nació en Atenas durante el siglo V antes de Cristo, se caracterizaba por la representación de la naturaleza como problemática de la realidad. Durante la adolescencia, la resolución del enigma de la sexualidad permite de interesarse a la idea de que las fuerzas conflictuales determinan el comportamiento de los hombres. Descubriendo la dimensión trágica de la existencia, el adolescente puede reconocer las maniobras perversas y aquellas que son del registro de la ambigüedad; pasando así al registro de lo paradójico y dirigiéndose hacia la acción de la denunciación.

Adolescence, 2018, 36, 2, 253-261.

Olivier Cavillon: la adhesión al yihadismo: une experiencia limite

Sobre la base de una experiencia sensible et prolongada al contacto de pacientes detenidos y “radicalizados”, la afiliación ideológica al yihaismo es vista como el único recurso de mujeres jóvenes para tratar las heridas de una historia familiar accidentada. Una vez cautivados por ese dogma idealista, ellas parecen desposeídas de su capacidad de pensamiento y de la esencia misma de subjetividad hasta llegar a fusionar con el ideal sagrado y la doctrina radical.

Adolescence, 2018, 36, 2, 243-252.

ph. Gutton, F. Houssier: Sigmund Freud, an adolescent (not) like the others

What “living traces” of Freud’s adolescence can be found in his psychoanalytical theories? Florian Houssier, the author of Freud adolescent, discusses this with Philippe Gutton. Although Freud worked on the metamorphosis of puberty, he seems always to relegate adolescent sexuality either to the infantile or to adult neurosis. Florian Houssier considers that some clues gleaned from a reading Freud’s work suggest that a part of his adolescence was repudiated: scenarios, sensorial details, masturbatory fantasies … Philippe Gutton responds regarding the “sexual” dimension of the pubertary process.

Adolescence, 2018, 36, 2, 401-418.

Florian Houssier: Freud, Ferenczi and the third puberty

The relationship between Freud and Ferenczi has been the subject of much study, especially since the beginning of the movement to rehabilitate the latter’s writings. But there is little about the place of adolescence in their connection with each other, despite the diagnosis of a “third puberty” Freud rendered at the end of their relationship. This article will explore their exchanges to show how, in a climate of intense ambivalence, the attitude of each man echoed conflicts of his adolescence.

Adolescence, 2018, 36, 2, 389-400.

Julie Chevalier, Christian Bonnet, Guy Gimenez: the heroic double, between myth et romance

The authors explore the specific characteristics of the double in its connection with the figure of the hero, in certain myths and in the family romance of neurotics. The exploration focuses on two things: the “heroic double” as a way of regulating incestual desires of brothers and sisters; and the construction of a “sibling romance” by the adolescent subject, which articulates love and hate towards eroticized figures of the younger sister and the brother.

Adolescence, 2018, 36, 2, 379-388.

Michael Chocron, Hélène Krieger-Denou: autisms and the adolescent process

Few studies in the field of autism up till now have attempted to describe how the adolescent process acts on its subjects. In this article, we offer a reading of some fundamental concepts about adolescence from the work of Freud and Philippe Gutton in light of knowledge about autism based on the works of G. Haag, R. Roussillon, D. Meltzer, M. Rhode et D. Anzieu that help understand archaic functioning.

Adolescence, 2018, 36, 2, 363-378.

Anne Boisseuil: temporal movements in the therapeutic process

This article focuses on the temporal processes at work in the therapy of an adolescent girl. The author will describe the transference movement through its subjective temporalities in the girl and in the therapist, developing this process in three phases of the patient’s subjectivation. Sensory, emotional and acted-out experiences within the counter-transference will be touchpoints for the understanding and historicizing of the therapeutic process by the unconscious.

Adolescence, 2018, 36, 2, 349-361.

David Vavassori, Sonia Harrati: passion for the act

In adolescents who are incarcerated, psychical ways of functioning based on dependence and passion for the act, are actualized in the setting of the detention center. This article deals with the psychical adjustments of these adolescents and the forms that their violence takes when it emerges. Violent acts thus appear to be a defense against the excitation of the drives induced by “incarceration hyperstimulation” and the relational and institutional promiscuity inherent to the setting of the juvenile detention center.

Adolescence, 2018, 36, 2, 333-348.

Anthony Brault, François Marty: identity and sound in adolescence

This article explores the place and role of the experience of sound in the process of adolescence. Through several clinical vignettes, we will deal with different ways sonic identity can be readjusted in adolescence and the consequences of these, for both the individual and the group. We will also show therapeutic work can be carried out when these readjustments cannot be dealt with psychically.

Adolescence, 2018, 36, 2, 319-331.