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Journal of Forensic Anthropology: Anthropology deals with the study of Humans, Human behaviour and their ancestors through time and space and in relation to physical character, environmental, social relations, and cultures. It represents a mature scientific field, it continues to evolve and advance through New, Innovative and Global Research with wide range of applications of anthropological knowledge to medico-legal problems. This journal presents more Innovative and Novel Research advances in the different area of Anthropology in order to reveal new Innovative research work to all over the world. This journal provides a platform to share and spread the more innovative research at a Global level. It's an academic journal which aims to publish complete and reliable source of information on the discoveries and current developments in the mode of Research articles, Review articles, Case reports, Short communications, etc. in all areas of the field and making them freely available through online without any restrictions or any other subscriptions to researchers worldwide.
Forensic anthropology deals with Criminal Investigations for the applications of Anthropology. Several methods & concepts were incorporated from biological anthropology i.e study of the physical aspects of humanity. Forensic Anthropology is a key part for Identifying unknown individuals. Anthropologists assist in identifications primarily by constructing a biological profile. This includes estimating sex, age, ancestry and stature, by identifying specific characteristics like injuries or diseases. In addition to helping identify human remains, the anthropologist analyzes injuries that happened around the time of a person's death, which helps to determine how a person died.
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Anthropological Science Fiction is defined as the study of humans, past and present. To understand the full sweep and complexity of cultures across all of human history, anthropology draws upon knowledge from the social and biological sciences as well as the humanities and physical sciences.
Related Journals of Anthropological science Fiction:
Life history theory and evolutionary anthropology, Doing anthropology in consumer research, Skeletal biological distance studies in American physical anthropology: recent trends, Showing off, handicap signaling, and the evolution of men's work, Global transformations: Anthropology and the modern world, The evolution of cultural evolution, Genetics.
Archeology is defined as the scientific study of historic or prehistoric peoples and their cultures by analysis of their artifacts, inscriptions, monuments, and other remains.
Related Journals of Archeology:
American Journal of Archaeology, Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, Journal of Archaeology, The evolution of cultural evolution, Current Anthropology, Journal of Archaeological Science, Archaeometry, Latin American Antiquity, Australian Archaeology, Antiquity
Bioarchaeology is defined as the study of bones and other biological materials found in archaeological remains in order to provide information about human life or the environment in the past.
Related Journals of Bioarcheology:
American Journal of Archaeology, Journal of Archaeology, The evolution of cultural evolution, The evolution of cultural evolution, Anthropology and Archeology of Eurasia, Anthropology and Medicine, Anthropology in Action, Anthropology Today
Biological Anthropology is defined as scientific discipline concerned with the biological and behavioral aspects of human beings, their related non-human primates and their extinct hominin ancestors.
Related Journals of Biological Anthropology:
Skeletal biological distance studies in American physical anthropology: recent trends, Human biological adaptability. The ecological approach in physical anthropology, Biological anthropology of the human skeleton, Body composition in biological anthropology, Keeping biological anthropology in anthropology, and anthropology in biology, Evolutionary Anthropology
Craniofacial anthropometry involves measurement of the skull and face. Measurement of the craniofacial complex is important for studies of human growth, population variation and clinical treatment.
Related Journals of Craniofacial anthropometry:
The evolution of cultural evolution, American Journal of Archaeology, Skeletal biological distance studies in American physical anthropology: recent trends, Biological anthropology of the human skeleton, Medicine (miscellaneous)
Criminal behavior refers to conduct of an offender that leads to and including the commission of an unlawful act.
Related Journals of Criminal Behaviour:
The evolution of cultural evolution, Journal of Archaeology, American Journal of Archaeology, Keeping biological anthropology in anthropology and anthropology in biology, Pathology and Forensic Medicine, Psychiatry and Mental Health
A court proceeding in which a person who is charged with having committed or omitted an act against the community or state is brought to trial and either found not guilty or guilty and sentenced.
Related Journals of Criminal Cases:
Admissibility of neuropsychological evidence in criminal cases, The Rome statute of the International Criminal Court: a commentary, The thumb on the scales of justice: Burdens of persuasion in criminal cases, Reconsidering Supervisory Power in Criminal Cases: Constitutional and Statutory Limits on the Authority of the Federal Courts ; Pretrial Discovery in State Criminal Cases,
Decomposition is the process of decaying or rotting. Decomposition of dead organic matter is brought about by the activity of certain bacteria and fungi feeding on it.
Related Journals of Decomposition:
Formation and decomposition of a phosphorylated intermediate in the reaction of Na+-K+ dependent ATPase, Three‐point dixon technique for true water/fat decomposition with B0 inhomogeneity correction Sludge decomposition and stabilization, Decomposition and nutrient release from logging residue following conventional harvest of Sitka spruce in North Wales, Fungal decomposition of wood. Its biology and ecology, Decomposition of buried bodies and methods that may aid in their location.
Ethology defines the study of human behaviour and social organization from a biological perspective.
Related Journals of Ethology:
Journal of Archaeology, The evolution of cultural evolution, American Journal of Archaeology, Biological anthropology of the human skeleton, Animal Science and Zoology, Behavioral Neuroscience, Behavior and Systematics, Frontiers in Zoology
Forensic anthropology deals with Criminal Investigations for the applications of Anthropology. Several methods & concepts were incorporated from biological anthropology i.e study of the physical aspects of humanity. Forensic Anthropology is a key part for identifying unknown individuals.
Related Journals of Forensic Anthopology:
Rise of forensic anthropology, The impact of Daubert, Nature Reviews Genetics, American Journal of Human Genetics, Epigenetics and Chromatin, Acta Neuropathologica, Justice Quarterly,Forensic Toxicology, British Journal of Criminology
Forensic archaeology is mostly defined as the use of archaeological methods and principles within a legal context. However, such a definition only covers one aspect of forensic archaeology and misses the full potential this discipline has to offer.
Related Journals of Forensic Archeology:
Forensic archeology and the need for flexible excavation strategies: a case study, Forensic research: expanding the concept of applied archaeology, Forensic archaeology: advances in theory and practice, Archaeology and the forensic investigation of recent mass graves: Ethical issues for a new practice of archaeology, Hydrogen isotope systematics of hair: archeological and forensic applications, Forensic archaeology
Forensic facial reconstruction (or forensic facial approximation) is the process of recreating the face of an individual (whose identity is often not known) from their skeletal remains through an amalgamation of artistry, forensic science, anthropology, osteology, and anatomy.
Related Journalsv of Forensic Facial Reconstruction:
Forensic archeology and the need for flexible excavation strategies: a case study, Forensic archaeology, Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine, Sex estimation in forensic anthropology: skull versus postcranial elements, Evidentiary standards for forensic anthropology, Toxicologic Pathology, Diagnostic Pathology, Forensic Science International
Forensics is a laboratory or department responsible for forensic tests. Here scientific tests or techniques used in connection with the detection of crime.
Related Jouranls of Forensics:
Forensics: age written in teeth by nuclear tests, Microbial Forensics--" Cross-Examining Pathogens", Robust Near Duplicate Image Matching for Digital Image Forensics, Digital forensics research: The next 10 years Forensic archaeology, Forensic odontology, IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security