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The Iceman Tapes Dr Park Dietz evaluates and interviews Richard The Iceman Kuklinski

Discuss and critically evaluate the relationship between what you see in the “Iceman” with sections of the text. Your paper should draw a relationship between what you see in the video with what you have read in the text. You must explain what you’re quoting instead of merely citing text. In other words you must ground the text in some aspect of the video. You may use any part of the text. You may also use information as provided in the video or make your own assumptions based on demeanor, lack of affect etc.
Specifically address the following:

According Hare’s typology which of the three types of psychopaths would you consider Kuklinski? Substantiate your claim based on your behavioral observations.
What actions did Kuklinski do in his crimes to lead one to believe he is a psychopath? What Behavioral Descriptions from the text did he exhibit during the interview? The book also discovers other traits of psychopaths explain the ones you saw in the interview.
What were the possible early signs of psychopathic behavior in Kuklinski (See Chapter Two- Conduct Disorders too)?
At one point the psychiatrist gets Kuklinski mad at him. What does that tell you about one possible causation of psychopathy?
Reflect on his parenting versus yours – How far out of the realm was parenting in the Kuklinski household?

Sample Solution

ome problems that could arise involve copyright and intellectual property rights disputes, claims of corrupting a brands public appearance and concerns for the author’s future plans as one could argue the story has been taken or inspired by fanfiction. Some texts are censored through the Obscene Publications Act (OPA). In the early twentieth century, literary texts were subject to evaluation and if it was deemed obscene, it was banned. For example D.H Lawrence with The Rainbow (1915) and Lady Chatterly’s Lover (1928), whereby in both were expressions of sexuality which then meant the book was banned as a result. Coetzee (1996) suggests that although some systems of censorship are no longer utilised due to the change in political landscapes, new censorships have emerged. For example Salman Rushdie’s The Satanic Verses (1988) was deemed as offensive and therefore as a result many tried to supress the publication, this was compromised by violent government edicts, threats to businesses as well as individuals and dangerous public protests. There was no legal court process and therefore one was not able to argue his case. As per online sharing, today we have creative commons (CC) which is referred to as ‘copyleft’, thus declaring ‘authorship’ of a digitised, creative work, whilst authorizing free distribution and sharing. CC is an alternative method of licencing to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (1998) which was designed for digital environments copyrighting. To conclude this discussion, I do agree that creative products have a role in stimulating social transformation, if we refer to the points we have discussed it appears that in general we follow a set of rules and regulations when it comes to language (not just laws but also rules involving language agency), what language we decide to use day to day (as Bakhtin suggests each generation has their own language within each culture), when is it deemed appropriate or not (perhaps your day job requires a different agency to that of which you use at home) and how may this affect others, if it is appropriate to everyone (globalisation, localisation and glocalisation). A quote from the Open University textbook (the politics of language and creativity, Hann, D et Lillis, T,.2017) is ‘Language is never neutral, even when we might want it to be. There is significance not only in what we say, but in how we say and write it’, and based on what we have discussed I strongly agree with this statement and the topic of discussion.
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