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Case Study.
In your analysis you must use APA formatted references and you must write only in paragraph format (no bullets). Your case study must be a critical analysis of an individual using the textbook to support your claim. Your references must be direct quotes with the page number from the textbook included. References may only be one sentence long (no long references). The case study must be at least 500 words for a passing grade. It must be in Times New Roman font (12) and double-spaced. You may only reference the text. You do not have to reference the video used.
In this case study you must examine the early life history of Jeffrey Dahmer. You will base your analysis on Chapters two and three of the textbook.

Please watch the video entitled;
Everyman~ Jeffery Dahmer (ON YOUTUBE) it’s 30 + mins long

Address the following topics.
Discuss and apply Social, Parental and Psychological Risk Factors as discussed in Chapter Two with Jeffery Dahmer’s childhood. Which factor was the most influential in Jeffrey’s behavior? Would you consider this more nature or nurture (or both)?
Discuss Jeffrey’s temperament as relayed in the video. Do you think temperament or anything you read in Chapter Three had anything to do with Jeffrey’s reason for murdering?
Can you link Jeffrey’s childhood to his fascination with dead animals and eventual desire for complete control over his victims?
Explain How Control Factored in Dahmer’s Early Life and Manner of Killing
Based on your analysis what factors were prominent in Jeffrey Dahmer’s killing? Substantiate your claim.

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