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Representation of Psychopathy in a Modern Serial Culture on the Example of the Mindhunter Series

ФИО студента: Feer Natalia

Руководитель: Oksana Moroz

Кампус/факультет: Faculty of Communications, Media, and Design

Программа: Media Communications (Bachelor)

Год защиты: 2019

Purpose: This study aims to analyze the image of psychopathy in the modern TV series. Research gap: There are many studies that focus on psychopathy and the complexity of its diagnosis, as well as many studies on the stigmatization of psychotic patients and their image, but there is a very small amount of studies that would explore the issues of psychopathy representation. Method: In this study, such methods as an analysis of representation. Expected outcome: As a result of the study, it is expected to identify the features of the formed image of psychopathy, which is formed in the series «Mindhunter» and general trends of the image of a psychopath in the serial culture. Keywords: serial killers, psychopathy, sociopathy, series, serial culture, representation

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