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    In which you realize you have Stockholm Syndrome People with Stockholm Syndrome are usually captives, or people who believe they cannot escape from their current situation. In order to survive or remain functioning, people with Stockholm adapt to a certain set of rules that their abuser has created. Stockholm goes even further, causing the subjects to view them positively and aid or support their controllers willingly. Given a choice to leave the situation, the subjects would rather stay in the unhealthy relationship. The relationship with his roommate has given Alyx Mcstephenson, Stockholm Syndrome. Alyx’s piece of mind is strongly influenced upon following the rules of his roommate. His Roommate requires that the two of them sleep when he…

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    drew them, characters are not perfect. In fact, in one of Walt Disney’s most iconic films, Beauty and the Beast, one of the characters suffers from a psychological disorder that baffles even the most trained psychologists, Stockholm Syndrome. Stockholm Syndrome is a psychological phenomenon in which victims of captivity or hostage situations…

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    Prostitution is not all fun and games having sex with people to get paid. It is an industry that no one really knows what goes on in because it is a very disturbing and brutal industry, and no one talks about it because in most countries it’s illegal.People used in the sex industry need medical care quite frequently as the diseases may result in AIDS/ HIV.Many AIDS survivors need mental health care for PTSD, and psychotic episodes as well as suicide attempts. “The average life expectancy of a…

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    lead to the writer feeling sorry and thankful towards the captors for not killing them, also known as Stockholm Syndrome. In the narratives, we can find how terrible and unkind the captors are towards their hostages, even if some have Stockholm Syndrome. Equiano and Erdrich emphasize the importance of the captive’s hardships by characterizing the captors in a negative light and revealing who they really are, horrific and evil. Equiano stresses how unjustly the crimes committed by the captors…

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    The same characteristics Stockholm syndrome patients have dealt with. PTSD and Stockholm syndrome are both treated the same. It is a complicated treatment, we can’t take back what happen to them and sometime the disorder masked how bad it was when it was actually happening. The most reoccurring symptom that patients from both groups was flashbacks especially at night. Antianxiety medications or sleeping medications seem to calm the flashbacks and the intense anxiety of thinking it is going to…

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    Chapter 3 Article 3 & 4: “What is Stockholm syndrome?” and “Escaped Austrian Teen May Have Stockholm Syndrome” Chapter three of the textbook, Essentials of Terrorism Concepts and Controversies by Gus Martin, discusses in detail the root causes of terrorism and the philological aspects associated with terrorism, as well as other crimes. One section in this chapter that I found of particular interest was the case and theory of Stockholm syndrome. Chapter three explained how the term Stockholm…

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    Stockholm Syndrome may develop in these four conditions, if it threatens a victim’s survival, the victim is isolated from outsiders, victim does not see a way to escape the abuser and the abuser may show the victim kindness. These four conditions were developed by Graham and associates. This explains domestic violence victimization by helping people understand why victims may go back to their abuser. The limitations of this theory may be if there is no way to escape the victim may see their…

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    Stockholm syndrome is an interesting psychological response that victims tend to develop for their survival. The term Stockholm syndrome came from an experience during a bank robbery from August 23 1973 to August 28 1973, where the victims became emotionally attached to their captors and would even go to lengths to defend them. This paper will address the phenomena associated with this syndrome. Stockholm syndrome can be observed in several groups of people, such as those in abusive…

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    According to Jameson, Stockholm syndrome is a condition in which a hostage begins to form a psychological alliance with their capture as a tool for survival during captivity (2010). The term Stockholm syndrome was coined after the Normalmstorg robbery incident in Sweden during 1973 (Burgess, Regehr, & Roberts, 2013). After the incident occurred, the hostages claimed to be sympathetic against their captures and were more scared of the police then the actual men who held them against their will…

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    On the morning of August twenty-third, 1973, in a place called Stockholm, Sweden, Jan-Erik Olsson, an escaped convict, entered the Sveriges Kreditbanken, a bank in Stockholm, and took four bank employees hostage. He carried a loaded submachine gun and fired it into the ceiling, causing a mass panic. Jan-Erik wounded a policeman and demanded more than $700,000 in Swedish and foreign currency, a getaway car, and the release of Clark Olofsson, a convict who was serving time for an armed robbery and…

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