By Jan Jagodzinski
This booklet explores formative years in postmodern society via a Lacanian lens. Jagodzinski explores the generalized paranoia that pervades the panorama of tv. rather than brushing aside paranoia as a detrimental improvement, he claims that adolescence this present day labour in the context of paranoia to discover their identities.
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Youth residing in Paranoic instances half I: TELEVISED PARANOIAC areas The 'Real' of truth tv The Paranoiac house of The X-Files The 'X' within the Self-refleXive Narrative: The X-Files half II: the true PARANOIA The demise Drive's at Stake: Buffy: The Vampire Slayer The Buffyverse Soteriology: Youth's backyard of Earthly Delights half III: SELF-REFELEXIVE NARCISSISM ANDALIENATION Dawson's Creek: Vacating Trauma via Nostalgia Roswell excessive: the bounds of the In/Human Smallville: formative years as Alien different The Ecographies of tv: adolescence Undercover
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In every respect he is a “lame duck” FROM SELF-REFLEXION TO SELF-REFLEXION 33 president, no longer responsive to the electorate, yet in terms of his “death drive,” he continues on. There is no turning back. It becomes a moot point as to whether desire as lack should be naïvely interpreted as desiring something because one does not have it. This is certainly Imaginary desire, but Real desire in the Lacanian sense is every bit as productive as desire theorized by Deleuze and Guattari. Daniel W. 1 Smith makes the point that Anti-Oedipus is a theory of the Real and that Anti-Oedipus contains no negative comments about Lacan.
The paranoid structure emerges when there is a “lack of belief in the symbolic order and in the Other as its guarantor, the site of the Law” (Flieger 2005, 84). Lacan (S III, Psychoses) explains this through his “distinction between the Other with a big O, that is, the Other insofar as it is not known, and the other with a small o, that is, the other who is me, the source of all knowledge. . It’s in this gap, it’s in the angle opened up between these two relations, that the entire dialectic of delusion has to be situated” (40).
Kurt Cobain; high school shootings). However, it is schizophrenic paranoia in its narrative forms that I maintain is most obvious when it comes to televised youth and some key series such as Buffy, The Vampire Slayer, Smallville, and Roswell. 7 Literature, film, television—the media in general cannot escape this Weltanschauung (world view). When Steven Spielberg, the quintessential director of American fantasy films, offers us the vision of aliens as “sleeper cells” in War of the Worlds (2005), the penetration of paranoia seems complete.
Television and Youth Culture: Televised Paranoia by Jan Jagodzinski