Sindrom Yerusalem

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Pria yang mengaku sebagai Mesias di Tel-Aviv, 2010.

Sindrom Yerusalem adalah sekumpulan fenomena mental yang melibatkan keberadaan gagasan obsesif, delusi atau pengalaman mirip psikosis lainnya bertemakan agama yang timbul saat berkunjung ke kota Yerusalem. Sindrom tersebut bukanlah endemik satu agama atau mazhab tunggal namun berdampak pada Yahudi, Kristen, dan Muslim dari latar berbeda. Sindrom tersebut tak masuk sebagai kondisi yang diakui dalam Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders.

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  • Kalian, M.; Catinari, S.; Heresco-Levi, U.; Witztum, E. "Spiritual Starvation in a holy space – a form of Jerusalem Syndrome", Mental Health, Religion & Culture 11(2): 161–172, 2008.
  • Kalian, M.; Witztum, E. "Facing a Holy Space: Psychiatric hospitalization of tourists in Jerusalem". In: Kedar, Z.B.; Werblowsky, R.J., Eds.: Sacred Space: Shrine, City, Land. MacMillan and The Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities, 1998.
  • Kalian, M.; Witztum. E. "Jerusalem Syndrome as reflected in the pilgrimage and biographies of four extraordinary women from the 14th century to the end of the 2nd Millennium". Mental Health, Religion and Culture 5, 2002.
  • Van der Haven, A. "The holy fool still speaks. The Jerusalem Syndrome as a religious subculture". In: Mayer, T.; Mourad, S.A., Eds.: Jerusalem. Idea and Reality. Routledge, 2008, pp. 103–122.
  • Witztum, E.; Kalian, M. "The Quest for redemption: Reality and Fantasy in the Mission to Jerusalem". In: Hare, P.A.; and Kressel, G.M., Eds.: Israel as Center Stage. Bergin and Garvy, 2001.
  • Witztum E., Kalian M., "Overwhelmed by spirituality in Jerusalem" in '"Emotion in Motion" - Tourism, Affect and Transformation. Edited by David Picard and Mike Robinson. Ashgate, UK. 2012.
  • Kalian M., Witztum E., "The Management of Pilgrims with Malevolent Behaviour in a Holy Space: A Study of Jerusalem Syndrome" in Lappkari M., Griffin K., Eds. "Pilgrimage and Tourism to Holy Cities, Ideological and Management Perspectives" CABI International, 2016, 100–113.

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