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Représentations et ritualisations de la violence : quelle position scientifique peut-on avoir face aux musiques « extrêmes » ?

Abstract : The analysis of extreme music expresses emotions that could be blamed on them: an accentuated violence, in an attitude of delectation and exhibitionism. The position towards these musical trends must be based on both “analytical distance” and “empathy”. It must resituate these infatuations in their minority dimension. This is not "youthful" music, but music that is listened to by a relative proportion of adolescents and post-adolescents. Rather than focusing on the actual impact of these styles, an attempt has been made to analyse the meaning of certain preached philosophies (nihilism, Satanism, neo-religion, corporatism...) and the denials to which they give rise on the part of the followers of these movements. It is as if the transgressive force of the styles they like is so intense that it is self-sufficient, and its verbal or ideological defence is difficult to enunciate.
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Jean-Marie Seca. Représentations et ritualisations de la violence : quelle position scientifique peut-on avoir face aux musiques « extrêmes » ?. Les cahiers de psychologie politique, Association française de psychologie politique, 2006, 8. ⟨hal-03005927⟩

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