Suicide Bombing as Strategy and Interaction: The Case of the Second Intifada

@article{Brym2006SuicideBA,
  title={Suicide Bombing as Strategy and Interaction: The Case of the Second Intifada},
  author={R. Brym and Robert J. Bader Araj},
  journal={Social Forces},
  year={2006},
  volume={84},
  pages={1969 - 1986}
}
  • R. Brym, Robert J. Bader Araj
  • Published 2006
  • Political Science
  • Social Forces
  • Social scientists have explained the rise of suicide bombing since the early 1980s by focusing on the characteristics of suicide bombers, the cultural matrix in which they operate, and the strategic calculations they make to maximize their gains. We offer an alternative approach that emphasizes the interaction between Palestinian suicide bombings and Israeli government actions, analyzing the motivations, organizational rationales and precipitants for the 138 suicide bombings that took place in… CONTINUE READING
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