By Julie B. Wiest
A different and complete rationalization of serial homicide, this publication attracts at the years of committed learn of Dr. Julie B. Wiest. The ebook examines connections among American tradition and the prevalence of serial homicide and attracts transparent and good supported conclusions. Dr. Wiest offers six empirically supported arguments that experience the aptitude to revolutionize how serial homicide is known, studied, investigated, and taken to mild, together with a sociological context as to why such a lot pointed out serial murderers are white men. this article is acceptable as a reference in addition to a textbook for serial homicide, serial violence, and legal profiling classes.
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Additional info for Creating Cultural Monsters: Serial Murder in America
Profilers rarely are blamed publicly when their profiles are less than helpful, which, by some accounts, occurs frequently. Two serial murder cases in which criminal profiles led the investigation astray and perhaps cost lives were those of the the “Baton Rouge Serial Killer” and the Green River Killer cases. Derrick Todd Lee, the Baton Rouge Serial Killer, was convicted of killing two women in two trials in 2004 but is linked to the deaths of 7 to 10 women in the Baton Rouge and Lafayette areas of Louisiana from 1992 to 2003.
He saved photographs and body parts as trophies. Identified serial murderers are of average intelligence (Fox and Levin 2005; Fox et al. 2005; Morton and Hilts 2008; Ressler et al. 2 Regardless of intelligence, they tend to have performed poorly in school (Schechter and Everitt 1997; Wiest 2009). Some researchers contend that most serial murderers work as unskilled laborers (Schechter and Everitt 1997). , factory worker, warehouse worker, auto mechanic, delivery driver, construction worker, and painter) and had difficulty maintaining a steady work history.
Jack Levin, Brudnick Professor of Sociology and Criminology at Northeastern University and codirector of the Center on Violence and Conflict at the university • Dr. Elliott Leyton, professor emeritus in the Department of Anthropology at Memorial University • Dr. Harold Schechter, professor of American Literature and Culture at Queens College, the City University of New York • Dr. Mark Seltzer, the Evan Frankel Professor of Literature at the University of California, Los Angeles F un da m en ta l s o f Seria l Murd er 27 Journalists and True Crime Writers Finally, media reports are the most accessible source of information on serial murder (in terms of availability and ease of comprehension) and thus are popular with the general public.