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Dirk C. Gibson
This final chapter attempted to draw together the varied content of the
preceding twelve chapters into some sort of integrated summary. Initially, this chapter
offered two global summaries about the nature of international serial murder. Then, a
series of eight specific conclusions was offered. The implications of this research were
discussed, and the chapter concluded with recognition of certain reservations about this
type of scholarship.
Bad childhoods, Conclusion, Concurrent crimes, Depressed, Global
phenomenon, Implications, Informational variance, Mass communication, MO,
Motive, Multiple motives, Reservations, Rhetorical activity, Sociopathic,
Summary, Theft, Time frame, Unstable families, Victimology, Voyeurism.
The University of New Mexico USA.