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Asian Journal of Social Psychology

While Islamist forms of terrorism have received a great deal of attention from scholars, insider accounts by indigenous scholars are still under-represented. This Special Forum of the Asian Journal of Social Psychology brings together articles on religious terrorism and sacred violence in Indonesia, the world’s most populous Islamic state. They combine qualitative methods including interviews with terrorist members of KOMPAK and Jemaah Islamiyah (including the Bali Bombers) with quantitative methods using structural equation modeling to explain a national representative sample’s attitudes towards sacred violence. You can read the articles online now:
 
Introduction
 
Towards an indigenous psychology of religious terrorism with global implications: Introduction to AJSP's Special Issue on Islamist terrorism in Indonesia
James H. Liu and Mark Woodward
 
Special issue articles
 
Basic concepts and reasons behind the emergence of religious terror activities in Indonesia: An inside view
Idhamsyah Eka Putra and Zora A. Sukabdi
Asian Journal of Social Psychology | Soecial Forum | Islamist terrorism in Indonesia
 
The impact of leader–follower interactions on the radicalization of terrorists:
A case study of the Bali bombers

Mirra Noor Milla, Faturochman and Djamaludin Ancok
 
Jihad as justification: National survey evidence of belief in violent jihad as a mediating factor for
sacred violence among Muslims in Indonesia

Hamdi Muluk, Nathanael G. Sumaktoyo and Dhyah Madya Ruth
 
Commentaries
 
Psychological insights into Indonesian Islamic terrorism: The what, the how and the why of violent extremism
Arie W. Kruglanski
 
Terrorism and jihad in Indonesia: Questions and possible ways forward
Charles Harb and Ronald Fischer
 

 
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Culture and the mode of thought: A review
Keiko Ishii
 
The effects of general trust on building new relationships after social exclusion:
An examination of the ‘Settoku Nattoku Game’

Kuniaki Yanagisawa, Takashi Nishimura, Kaichiro Furutani and Mitsuhiro Ura
 
Two faces of interdependence: Harmony seeking and rejection avoidance
Hirofumi Hashimoto and Toshio Yamagishi
 
Predictors of intergroup concern for disaster victims of the Japan earthquake
Shaojing Sun, Hanna Zagefka and Robin Goodwin
 
The pan-culturality of well-being: But how does culture fit into the equation?
Michael Harris Bond
 

 
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The Asian Journal of Social Psychology stimulates research and encourages academic exchanges for the advancement of social psychology in Asia. It publishes theoretical and empirical papers by Asian scholars and those interested in Asian cultures and societies.Coverage includes all aspects of social processes such as development, cognition, personality, health, counselling, organisation and education. The journal encourages interdisciplinary integration with social sciences and humanities.

 
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