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Individual Factors in Suicide Terrorims - "Fictive Kin" in Suicide Terrorism

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  • [Scco:Cogpsy] Cognitive Science/Cognitive Psychology
  • [Scco:Cogpsy] Science Cognitive/Psychologie Cognitive
  • [Scco:Evolpsy] Cognitive Science/Evolutionary Psychology
  • [Scco:Evolpsy] Science Cognitive/Psychologie évolutionniste
  • [Scco:Psyemo] Cognitive Science/Psychology Of Emotions
  • [Scco:Psyemo] Science Cognitive/Psychologie Des émotions
  • [Scco:Socialpsy] Cognitive Science/Social Psychology
  • [Scco:Socialpsy] Science Cognitive/Psychologie Sociale
  • [Shs:Anthro_Se] Humanities And Social Sciences/Anthropology
  • [Shs:Anthro_Se] Sciences De L'Homme Et Société/Anthropologie
  • [Shs:Eco] Humanities And Social Sciences/Economics
  • [Shs:Eco] Sciences De L'Homme Et Société/Économie
  • [Shs:Evolution] Humanities And Social Sciences/Social And Cultural Evolution
  • [Shs:Evolution] Sciences De L'Homme Et Société/Évolution Sociale Et Culturelle
  • [Shs:Scipo] Humanities And Social Sciences/Political Science
  • [Shs:Scipo] Sciences De L'Homme Et Société/Sciences Politiques
  • [Shs:Socio] Humanities And Social Sciences/Sociology
  • [Shs:Socio] Sciences De L'Homme Et Société/Sociologie

Abstract

The first letter explores the role of individual vs. situational factors is explored in the genesis of suicide terrorism. The second letter exmanines the implications of "fictive kinship" in the geneisis of suicide of terrorism

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