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NCJ Number: 118672 Find in a Library
Title: Borders, Boundaries and Mandate: An International Perspective on Forensic Anthropology
Journal: Canadian Society of Forensic Science  Volume:22  Issue:1  Dated:(March 1989)  Pages:3-6
Author(s): M F Skinner; M Y Iscan
Date Published: 1989
Page Count: 4
Type: Survey (Cross-Cultural)
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: Canada
Annotation: Fifteen articles arising from the Forensic Anthropology section of the 11th Meetings of the International Association of Forensic Sciences, August 2-7, 1987, Vancouver are introduced.
Abstract: While there are practitioners of forensic anthropology in many countries around the world, it is evident that both within and between borders there is considerable variation in our formal affiliations and in the degree to which we are asked to contribute to death investigations. 2 notes, 20 references. (Publisher abstract)
Main Term(s): Forensic anthropology; International organizations
Index Term(s): Death investigations; Professional organizations
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