Measuring and understanding violence

Choose a popular television or movie character who commits violence. Using the background material offered in the script for the program or movie, as well as any other information you would like to add, analyze this character’s violent behavior according to the three-leveled social-ecological model (Meadows, 2013).
When preparing the analysis, be sure to do the following:
Present the background information on the individual, as well as a description of the violence he or she commits
Describe social-ecological model (individual, family, or social), using at least two references to articles published in peer-reviewed journals in the past 5 years.
Analyze the character according to the model. Note how this character’s behavior can be explained according to the model, referring to evidence from his background. Also, note where the character’s behavior may not fit the model.
Length: 5-7 pages

Character to use: Hannibal Lecter from The Silence of the Lambs
Zimbardo speaks: The Lucifer effect and the psychology of evil (2008) video:
Understanding Violence and Victimization (Chap 1):

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