And the other stuff you said was full of good techniques for creating a sense of alienation.
As for the OPEvery generation thinks that this is unique to them. It was the same for my (and Midnight's) generation and the generaton before us (and, I suspect, one inbetween). Anthropologists will tell you that this is just a normal part of breaking free from childhood and begining to enter adulthood."I think it is more like, we are trapped in this society, with all the rules that restict us, our teenagers are unable to break free. No one gonna listen to us, whenever we say sth different, the adult will say we are childish and rebellious."
You've spent your childhood in the safety of your immediate family and friends. They know how to get by in the world so you trust them implicitly. You reach an age where you begin to see they are not perfect in all they do. You begin to question their ideals. What used to be your comfort blanket suddenly changes into your prison. Same situation, different perception. After a while you meet others who feel likewise. You develop an affinity with them and form a special relationship with one of them. Together you decide to bring another into the world. You nurture, care for and protect that one until one day it begins to interpret your care, nurture and protection as a trap ....
and so the cycle continues. (Quite a good subject for an animation)
Not that this means you shouldn't attempt express it.