Stockholm Syndromeஉம் தமிழ்க்கலாச்சாரமும் – 3

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வேட்டையாடி சாப்பிட்டுக்கிட்டிருந்த மனிதன் விதைச்சு அறுவடை செய்ஞ்சு ஓரிடத்தில் தங்கி நிலபுலன்களை வளமாக்கி வாழ ஆரம்பிச்சப்போ manpower ங்கிறது ஒரு முக்கியத்தேவையாயிருந்தது.  தன் கூட்டத்திலிருந்து யாரையும் இழந்திடாம இருக்கிறதே மிகப்பெரிய வரவாகும்.  சில கலாச்சாரங்களில் incestuous relationship உருவானதும் இந்தக் காலமாகத்தான் இருக்க வேண்டும்.  (சின்னக் கிளைக்கதை: கிளியோபட்ராவின் தகப்பன் இறந்தபின் நேரடி வாரிசான கிளியோபட்ராவின் தம்பி மிகச்சிறுவனாக இருந்ததாலும் அரசாங்கம் மிகப் பெரிய தடுமாற்றத்தில் இருந்ததாலும், அமைச்சர்களும் நலம் விரும்பிகளும் சேர்ந்து கிளியோபட்ராவுக்கும் அவரது தம்பிக்கும் திருமணம் செய்துவைத்து பரம்பரையைக் கைமாறாமல் பாதுகாத்தனர். சரித்திர புகழ் வாய்ந்த incestuous உறவுகளில் இதுவும் ஒன்று).  ஒரு கூட்டம் தன் உறப்பினரை இழக்காமல் பாதுகாப்பதுடன், அடுத்த கூட்டத்திலிருந்து கடத்திட்டு வந்து ஆள் சேர்க்கிறது அடுத்த கட்டம்.  பெண்களைத்தூக்கிட்டு வந்து தனது உரிமையை கோரும் வழக்கம் உருவானது இந்தக் காலமாகத்தானிருக்க வேண்டும்.

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6 பதில்கள் to “Stockholm Syndromeஉம் தமிழ்க்கலாச்சாரமும் – 3”

  1. D the D Says:

    Hi Premalatha:
    The marriage between Cleopatra and her brother becomes incestuous relationship only if the sex componenet is involved. Otherwise, it might be better to term it as marriage of convenience. Does the histroy confirm that it was indeed an incestous relationship?????
    And another question. How is this post related to stockholm syndrome??
    Cheers
    D the D

  2. பிரேமலதா Says:

    DtheD,

    //Does the histroy confirm that it was indeed an incestous relationship?????//

    I certainly didn’t make it up.

    //incestuous relationship//
    “incestuous marriage” was the exact word used in the programmes. I don’t think she had any child with him. She mothered a child with Julius Caesar, which I know for sure.

    My point was, it was not an outrageous thing as it is to us now. Unless similar relationships were acceptable at that time, they would not have dared to think to do it in the first place. If you consider marrying cousins are considered incestuous in certain cultures. In Tamil culture, we are ok as long as the cousin is a “marriable” cousin. but in certain cultures, marrying “any” cousin is incestuous. In some other cultures, marrying any cousin is acceptable (including chithappa’s son and the likes), incest is only if they are from same mother and father. Marrying step brother is incestuous in certain cultures, though they are not related by blood.

    marriage of convenience is totally different. I see your point, but a brother as a husband itself is incestuous whether or not there is a physical relationship,  in my opinion, ofcourse. I don’t know for sure in what terms historians termed Cleopatra’s marriage to her younger brother as incestuous.
    I did say that it was a side story. 🙂

    //And another question. How is this post related to stockholm syndrome??//
    Doesn’t marriage by kidnapping have everything to do with Stockholm syndrome?

    Where have you been? Long time no see? 🙂

  3. D the D Says:

    Premalatha:
    Thanks for the explanation. Now, I see the diiference between incestuous marriage and incestuous relationship.
    //Doesn’t marriage by kidnapping have everything to do with Stockholm syndrome?//
    Correct me if I am wrong, I thought Stockholm Syndrome is a situation wherein the victim starts developing a thinking that her kidnapper is her saviour or something like that. Not all women who were kidnapped and forced into a marriage may develop this syndrome. I would rather say that women who were forced into a marriage (by parents and relative, that is) in our country suffer most from Stockholm Syndrome than the former case.
    Life has been fine too. Lots of changes in life and I am getting used to them. 🙂
    Cheers
    D the D

  4. பிரேமலதா Says:

    D the D,

    I never said “all”. same applies now too. (another side story: remember stockholm syndrome girls, despite having developed the syndrome, they still want to escape and they eventually do. That itself conflicts with the fundamental concept of their bondage with their kidnappers. )

    but, if that was the “culture” at that time, same as “women who were forced into a marriage (by parents and relative, that is) in our country ” this time, what is makes the later different from the former?

    It is you being impatient this time. 🙂 I am trying to bring the situation between tamil culture and a very specific psychological issue together, and to make it worse i have gone back to ancient times. give me some time, would you? 🙂

    Life has been fine too. Lots of changes in life and I am getting used to them

    I am all ears, if you care. 😀 😉

  5. D the D Says:

    Have sent am email to your yahoo account. 🙂 Pls check when possible

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