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Facial reconstruction : forensic, medical and archeological methods of the reconstruction of soft facial parts.
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ISBN: 9783472068846 Year: 2007 Publisher: Neuwied Luchterhand,

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A laboratory manual for forensic anthropology
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ISBN: 0128123303 0128122013 Year: 2018 Publisher: London, England : Academic Press,

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Forensic anthropology : current methods and practice
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ISBN: 0124172903 0124186718 1306284627 9780124186712 Year: 2014 Publisher: Oxford : Academic Press,

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Forensic Anthropology: Current Methods and Practice approaches forensic anthropology as a modern science, introducing the reader to a comprehensive and current perspective of the field. This is achieved by drawing on the varied experiences, backgrounds and practices of working forensic anthropologists, and through the use of numerous case studies to explain and highlight relevant principles. This text guides the reader through all aspects of human remains recovery and forensic anthropological analysis, presenting information at a level that is appropriate for those new to the field,


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Handbook of forensic anthropology and archaeology
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ISBN: 9781598740745 Year: 2011 Publisher: Walnut Creek (Calif.) Left Coast

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Forensic anthropology : current methods and practice
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ISBN: 0128157356 0128157348 Year: 2019 Publisher: London, United Kingdom : Academic Press an imprint of Elsevier,

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Trends in biological anthropology. : proceedings of the British Association for Biological Anthropology and Osteoarchaeology 13th and 14th Annual Conferences in Edinburgh (2nd-4th September 2011) and Bournemouth (14th-16th September 2012)
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ISBN: 1782978399 1782978372 Year: 2015 Publisher: Oxford, [England] ; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania : Oxbow Books,

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Human body decomposition
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ISBN: 012803713X 0128036915 Year: 2016 Publisher: Amsterdam, [Netherlands] : Academic Press,

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Forensic Anthropology and Medicine : Complementary Sciences From Recovery to Cause of Death
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ISBN: 1280832207 9786610832200 1597450995 Year: 2006 Publisher: Totowa, NJ : Humana Press : Imprint: Humana,

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The aim of this book is to dissect forensic anthropology and forensic pathology in its various and valuable contributions to contemporary society. It gives answers and approaches key questions to this sciences' growing audience within different countries in the recent years. It aims to provide a practical approach to the investigation of bodies that are not fresh enough to be considered a normal forensic case. The specialists of both areas can have in a single book the useful tools and practical recommendations of these specialities (forensic anthropology and forensic pathology) that are spread among other textbooks. It proposes original, illustrated, and updated articles on the four parameters of the biological profile; it discusses the factors of individualization; it explains the decay process of a body and the relevance of each step for forensic sciences, providing a useful approach to investigate such corpses; it reviews bone trauma; it facilitates the access to a number of international organizations and protocols related with the subject; and it compares the perspectives of expertises from different countries, namely Europe, North America, and Latin America. The majority of the authors found in this volume have quite a lot of experience with the subjects that they discuss. Finally, this book provides a bridge between forensic anthropology and forensic pathology, and brings practical advice from physical anthropology. Forensic Anthropology and Medicine: Complementary Sciences From Recovery to Cause of Death presents both forensic anthropology and forensic pathology in their various and valuable contributions to contemporary society. Providing original, illustrated, and updated articles on the four parameters of the biological profile, this text encompasses the factors of individualization; the decay process of a body and the relevance of each step for forensic sciences; bone trauma; access to a number of international organizations; and protocols related with the subject, all with perspectives of expertise from different countries, namely Europe, North America, and Latin America.


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Histology of Ancient Human Bone : Methods and Diagnosis. Proceedings of the "Palaeohistology Workshop" held from 3-5 October 1990 at Göttingen
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ISBN: 3540546421 0387546421 3642770037 3642770010 Year: 1993 Publisher: Berlin Springer,


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Theoretical Approaches to Analysis and Interpretation of Commingled Human Remains
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ISBN: 3319225537 3319225545 Year: 2016 Publisher: Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer,

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This volume centers on the application of social theory to commingled remains with special focus on the cultural processes that create the assemblages as a way to better understand issues of meaning, social structure and interaction, and lived experience in the past. The importance of the application of theoretical frameworks to bioarchaeology in general has been recognized, but commingled and fragmentary assemblages require an increased theoretical focus. Too often these assemblages are still relegated to appendices; they are analytical puzzles that need the interpretive power offered by social theory. Theoretical Approaches to Analysis and Interpretation of Commingled Human Remains provides case studies that illustrate how an appropriate theoretical model can be used with commingled and fragmentary remains to add to overall site and population level interpretations of past and present peoples. Specifically, the contributions show a blending and melding of different social theories, highlighting the broad interpretive power of social theory. Contributors are drawn from both the Old and New World. Temporally, time periods from the Neolithic to historic periods are present, further widening the audience for the volume.

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