Stockholm syndrome

Définition, traduction, prononciation, anagramme et synonyme sur le dictionnaire libre Wiktionnaire.
Sauter à la navigation Sauter à la recherche

Anglais[modifier le wikicode]

Étymologie[modifier le wikicode]

Nomme d’après le braquage de la Kreditbanken dans le quartier de Norrmalmstorg à Stockholm en Suède dans lequel les braqueurs ont tenu en otage les employés du 23 au 28 août 1973. L’expression a été inventée par le criminologue et psychiatre Nils Bejerot.

Locution nominale [modifier le wikicode]

Stockholm syndrome
\Prononciation ?\

Stockholm syndrome \Prononciation ?\

  1. Syndrome de Stockholm.
    • The Stockholm syndrome is a psychological response sometimes seen in a hostage, in which the hostage exhibits loyalty to the hostage-taker, in spite of the danger (or at least risk) in which the hostage has been placed.... In the most famous case of the Stockholm Syndrome, Patty Hearst, the granddaughter of publishing baron William Randolph Hearst, was kidnapped by the leftist Symbionese Liberation Army in 1974 and robbed a San Francisco bank together with her captors — (
    • You’re suffering from what humans call Stockholm Syndrome: you have bonded with your captors. — (Eoin Colfer, Artemis Fowl, page 259, 2001)
    • Natascha Kampusch, the 18 year old Austrian woman who escaped from her kidnapper last week after eight years in captivity, […] is thought to be suffering from an extreme version of Stockholm syndrome, in which victims begin to associate and sympathise with their attackers. — (Cape Times, 28 mai 2006)

Prononciation[modifier le wikicode]

Voir aussi[modifier le wikicode]

Références[modifier le wikicode]