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A Psychological and Social Analysis of Terrorism Vulnerability | Original Article

Pooja .*, Niranjan Prasad Yadav, in Journal of Advances and Scholarly Researches in Allied Education | Multidisciplinary Academic Research


Terror and terrorism are tricky and often misused ideas in terms of their complicated and sometimes confusing relationship to other types of political violence and crime. Terror is a very subjective emotion. We all have various fear thresholds and are more readily horrified by specific experiences, images, and dangers presented by others. The interaction of these subjective elements and individual illogical, and sometimes unconscious, reactions makes terror, severe fear, or dread a particularly difficult term for factual social scientists to grasp. The current research is concerned with various social and psychological aspects that predispose people to become terrorists. The proclivity for terrorism denotes a neuro-psychological preparedness for terrorist activities, a proclivity for terrorism, and a favourable attitude toward murder, looting, and murdering innocent people in order to achieve a certain purpose. This research comprehends the social and psychological aspects that may lead to a favourable attitude toward terrorism. Various literature and related study are being reviewed to get the final conclusion. After analysis of all content, study explored that