Forensic Anthropology Training Manual

ISBN-10: 0205022596
ISBN-13: 9780205022595
Edition: 3rd 2012 (Revised)
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Description: For laboratory courses in human osteology (human skeletal anatomy) and forensic anthropology. This manual is designed to serve three purposes: to be used as a general introduction to the field of forensic anthropology; as a framework for training;  More...

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List price: $93.95
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Routledge
Publication date: 1/20/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 384
Size: 8.75" wide x 10.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 2.618
Language: English

For laboratory courses in human osteology (human skeletal anatomy) and forensic anthropology. This manual is designed to serve three purposes: to be used as a general introduction to the field of forensic anthropology; as a framework for training; and as a practical reference tool. The text will make students aware of the challenges and responsibilities of the forensic scientist, the multidisciplinary nature of the work, and the international potential for the forensic sciences.

Dr. Karen Ramey Burns is a consulting forensic anthropologist specializing in human identification from bones. Based at the University of Georgia, Dr. Burns has worked at crime scenes, mass murder sites, cemeteries, and disaster scenes on five continents. She resides in Athens, Georgia.

Found in this section:
Brief Table of Contents
Full Table of Contents
Brief Table Of Contents
Introduction
Human Osteology
Human Odontology
Laboratory Analysis
Field Methods
Professional Results
Human Rights Applications
Glossary
Bibliographies
Skeletal Biology, Forensic Anthropology and Criminalists
Human Rights Applications
Full Table Of Contents
Introduction
The Basic Problem—The "Disappeared"
Physical Evidence
Death Investigation Specialists
Forensic Anthropology
Human Osteology
Introduction
Skull
Shoulder
Chest
Backbone
Arm
Hand
Hip
Leg
Foot
Human Odontology
Introduction
Tooth Recognition
Dental Aging
Dentistry Terms
Oral Disease
Laboratory Analysis
Introduction
Preparation
Skeletal Analysis
Review of Analysis
Basics of Human Identification
Field Methods
Introduction
Preparation
Burial Location and Scene Investigation
The Excavation and Exhumation
Evidence Management
Quality Check
Questionnaire for Families of the Missing
Professional Results
Record Keeping
Report Writing
Basic Ethics; Courtroom Testimony
Human Rights Applications
The Role of the Scientist
Participants in International Mission
Planning Scientific Missions
Types of Missions
Results of Human Rights Missions
The Future
Glossary
Bibliographies
Skeletal Biology, Forensic Anthropology and Criminalists
Human Rights Applications

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