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Criminology Macbeth

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emily pepper

on 25 May 2013

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Transcript of Criminology Macbeth

By Emily and Claire Criminology: Macbeth Intro to Criminology criminology: The scientific study of the nature, extent, cause and control of criminal behaviour Stage 1 Prophecies Trigger:
+aspiring centre of the brain
+nobel prize complex Stage 2 Stage 3 +Hallucinations and schizophrenia

+Narcissistic Personality Disorder Throughout the play Macbeth, Macbeth and his wife commit acts of crime and develop mental disorders that enhance their criminal nature Lady Macbeth and Macbeth +Masculine norms +Dependent Personality Disorder +Feminine norms +Mentally Male "Yet I do fear thy nature; it is too full o' the milk of human kindness" "Unsex me" Roles In Crime Lady Macbeth- instigator
+Tampering with evidence
+Accessory to murder before the fact Macbeth- murderer
+Carries out the murder
+following the murder he behaves in an unstable and impulsive manner MURDER- The unlawful killing of a human being with malice afterthought Types of Murderers:
+Visionary Motive Type- Serial murder kills because "commanded to do so by voices or visions
+Mission-Oriented Motive Type- murderer has a goal (to rid the world of a certain type of person), but goal comes from within not in response to voices
+Hedonistic Type- Person kills for pleasure
+Power/Control Oriented Type- Murder based on desire to show total control over other human being Routine Activity Theory 1) Motivation 2) Suitable Target 3) Absence of Guardians +Relationship Disintegration +Paranoid Personality Disorder +Serial Killing Paranoia: "Our Fears in Banquo stick deep; and in his royalty in nature reigns that which would be fear'd" Serial Killer: Someone who murders more than three victims, one at a time, in a relatively short period of time Schizophrenia: A psychotic disorder marked by severely impaired thinking, emotions and behaviours. Typically unable to filter sensory stimuli and may have enhanced perceptions of sounds, colours and other features of their environment. Gradually withdraw from interactions with others and they lose the ability to take care of personal needs. Narcissistic Personality Disorder +Witches promote arrogant behaviour, lack of empathy for others in Macbeth. "The mind I sway by and the heart I bear shall never sag with doubt nor shake with fear" Questions? Stage 4 +Suicide

+Thrill Killing Suicide Infectious Mind: sleepwalking and hallucinations There are no sharp objects in the room, as recommended by a doctor. Lady Macbeth also has a fear of blood and tries to rid herself of it. It is probable that she used suffocation or strangulation to kill herself. Her overbearing traits mirror suffocating and strangling. Thrill Killing involves impulsiveness and violence. Motivation is hardly necessary and can be as minor as reckless decisions to harm others. Macbeth no longer cares for his wife or victims. He is thought to be a because he has a learned lack of empathy for others and impulsiveness. psychopath "Why should I play the Roman fool, and die on mine own sword? Whiles I see lives, the gashes do better upon them"
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