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Combining Psychological and Sociological Theories for Better Understanding and Explaining Crime, a Look into Serial Killing | OMICS International | Abstract
ISSN: 1522-4821

International Journal of Emergency Mental Health and Human Resilience
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Combining Psychological and Sociological Theories for Better Understanding and Explaining Crime, a Look into Serial Killing

Arnon Edelstein*

Associate Professor and Head of MeD program -Sport for Exclusion and in Risk Communities, Kaye Academic College, Israel

*Corresponding Author:
Arnon Edelstein
E-mail: [email protected]

Abstract

This short review does not pretend to address serial killing, but to show how one situation in the process of serial killers maybe explained in psychological as well as in sociological thinking. This small example may sharper the attitudes in the need of integrational thinking when explaining human behavior. Since the days that Philosophy was the main and even the only accepted thought that can explain all phenomenon's in our life, the rise of biology, psychology and sociology became the main disciplines in explaining human behaviors. Living biology aside, as it's not in the scope of this review, psychological and sociological thoughts started to emphasize their unique ability in explaining human behaviors.

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