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ISSN 0869-5377
Author: Amiryan Tigran

Amiryan Tigran

PhD in Philology, Literary scholar. E-mail: tigran.amiryan@gmail.com. Keywords: conspiracy discourse, detective series, reality effect, narrative and amnesia, and conspiracy theory.

Publications

Politics and Poetics in Conspiracy Theories / Logos. 2017. № 4 (119). P. 11-22
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Conspiracy Series / Logos. 2014. № 5 (101). P. 231-250
annotation:  The article examines the genre of conspiracy crime as one of the most popular types of popular fiction and serial production. Conspiracy discourse engenders a plethora of series and novels that endeavor to represent the age of globalization. The balance between facts and fiction is significant for the conspiracy theory since there occurs an illusion of eliminating boundaries between the fictional world and everyday reality. It is through creating the so-called “reality effect” that conspiracy theory is successfully placed within the general process of forging a historical past and delegitimizing the status of scientific knowledge. Each new reconstruction of History starts from a point where there is a crack in the chain of knowledge and where memory is erased. The genre of conspiracy embeds certain “seriality” and possible continuity similar to a paranoiac’s narrative that can be endless and contenting conspiracy continually.
Keywords:  conspiracy discourse, detective series, reality effect, narrative and amnesia, and conspiracy theory

Amiryan Tigran

Publications

Politics and Poetics in Conspiracy Theories / Logos. 2017. № 4 (119). P. 11-22
annotation: 
Keywords: 
Conspiracy Series / Logos. 2014. № 5 (101). P. 231-250
annotation:  The article examines the genre of conspiracy crime as one of the most popular types of popular fiction and serial production. Conspiracy discourse engenders a plethora of series and novels that endeavor to represent the age of globalization. The balance between facts and fiction is significant for the conspiracy theory since there occurs an illusion of eliminating boundaries between the fictional world and everyday reality. It is through creating the so-called “reality effect” that conspiracy theory is successfully placed within the general process of forging a historical past and delegitimizing the status of scientific knowledge. Each new reconstruction of History starts from a point where there is a crack in the chain of knowledge and where memory is erased. The genre of conspiracy embeds certain “seriality” and possible continuity similar to a paranoiac’s narrative that can be endless and contenting conspiracy continually.
Keywords:  conspiracy discourse, detective series, reality effect, narrative and amnesia, and conspiracy theory

Amiryan Tigran

PhD in Philology, Literary scholar. E-mail: tigran.amiryan@gmail.com. Keywords: conspiracy discourse, detective series, reality effect, narrative and amnesia, and conspiracy theory.

Publications

Politics and Poetics in Conspiracy Theories / Logos. 2017. № 4 (119). P. 11-22
annotation: 
Keywords: 
Conspiracy Series / Logos. 2014. № 5 (101). P. 231-250
annotation:  The article examines the genre of conspiracy crime as one of the most popular types of popular fiction and serial production. Conspiracy discourse engenders a plethora of series and novels that endeavor to represent the age of globalization. The balance between facts and fiction is significant for the conspiracy theory since there occurs an illusion of eliminating boundaries between the fictional world and everyday reality. It is through creating the so-called “reality effect” that conspiracy theory is successfully placed within the general process of forging a historical past and delegitimizing the status of scientific knowledge. Each new reconstruction of History starts from a point where there is a crack in the chain of knowledge and where memory is erased. The genre of conspiracy embeds certain “seriality” and possible continuity similar to a paranoiac’s narrative that can be endless and contenting conspiracy continually.
Keywords:  conspiracy discourse, detective series, reality effect, narrative and amnesia, and conspiracy theory

Amiryan Tigran

PhD in Philology, Literary scholar. E-mail: tigran.amiryan@gmail.com. Keywords: conspiracy discourse, detective series, reality effect, narrative and amnesia, and conspiracy theory.

Publications

Politics and Poetics in Conspiracy Theories / Logos. 2017. № 4 (119). P. 11-22
annotation: 
Keywords: 
Conspiracy Series / Logos. 2014. № 5 (101). P. 231-250
annotation:  The article examines the genre of conspiracy crime as one of the most popular types of popular fiction and serial production. Conspiracy discourse engenders a plethora of series and novels that endeavor to represent the age of globalization. The balance between facts and fiction is significant for the conspiracy theory since there occurs an illusion of eliminating boundaries between the fictional world and everyday reality. It is through creating the so-called “reality effect” that conspiracy theory is successfully placed within the general process of forging a historical past and delegitimizing the status of scientific knowledge. Each new reconstruction of History starts from a point where there is a crack in the chain of knowledge and where memory is erased. The genre of conspiracy embeds certain “seriality” and possible continuity similar to a paranoiac’s narrative that can be endless and contenting conspiracy continually.
Keywords:  conspiracy discourse, detective series, reality effect, narrative and amnesia, and conspiracy theory

Amiryan Tigran

Publications

Politics and Poetics in Conspiracy Theories / Logos. 2017. № 4 (119). P. 11-22
annotation: 
Keywords: 
Conspiracy Series / Logos. 2014. № 5 (101). P. 231-250
annotation:  The article examines the genre of conspiracy crime as one of the most popular types of popular fiction and serial production. Conspiracy discourse engenders a plethora of series and novels that endeavor to represent the age of globalization. The balance between facts and fiction is significant for the conspiracy theory since there occurs an illusion of eliminating boundaries between the fictional world and everyday reality. It is through creating the so-called “reality effect” that conspiracy theory is successfully placed within the general process of forging a historical past and delegitimizing the status of scientific knowledge. Each new reconstruction of History starts from a point where there is a crack in the chain of knowledge and where memory is erased. The genre of conspiracy embeds certain “seriality” and possible continuity similar to a paranoiac’s narrative that can be endless and contenting conspiracy continually.
Keywords:  conspiracy discourse, detective series, reality effect, narrative and amnesia, and conspiracy theory
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