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Lecture 1, Part 1 - What is Forensic Science?

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Department
Anthropology
Course
Anthropology 2235A/B
Professor
Eldon Molto
Semester
Summer

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Lecture 1 Part 1What is Forensic ScienceCourse Objectives o Key methods of individuation used in forensic science o Critical thinking about forensic science and legal issues in forensics o The forensic mindsetCourse Emphasis o Crime scene recovery methods with emphasis on forensic archaeology o The use of anthropologicalodontological methods and DNA to identify individuals both victims and suspects o Why the restricted emphasisTime half courseNepotism it is an anthropology courseBone and tooth analyses are the cornerstones of cold cases and mass disaster analyses and DNA is the cornerstone of forensic biologyForensic Science Motto o We speak for the dead to protect the livingIndividuationo To make an individual o To give individuality to a person o In forensics to use biological evidence to
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