Some microsociologists use ________ to explain social phenomena, based on the premise that people experience rewards and punishments through their interactions with others, and thus, mutually shape each other's behaviour.
Suppose that a young woman belonging to a self-segregated religious sect fell in love and wanted to marry an individual outside the group. Suppose further that intense social pressures not to marry outside the group were brought to bear upon this woman by other group members. These pressures were so intense that she felt that she was trapped and that she had no alternatives. Finally, suppose this woman resolved her situation by suicide. What type of suicide would this be?