Professor Sue Black discusses forensic anthropology and what it takes to be a forensic anthropologist. Forensic anthropology is the identification of human remains for the purposes of identification to the court. Black describes the process of identifying a body, an example case where she had to identify skeletal remains, and forensic anthropology as a career.
Forensic Science: Forensic Anthropology
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