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"following Antigone: Forensic Anthropology and Human Rights"

Summary: "Following Antigone: Forensic Anthropology and Human Rights" is a vdeo dealing with human rights in Lation America. It takes the perspective from several sub-disciplines such as applied pherensic research, Actual evidence, Criminal investigation, Team research, Life histories, and Problem oriented ethnography.
"Following Antigone: Forensic Anthropology and Human Rights" video that we saw in class was one of the most culturally interesting video's I have seen in a long time. Although being aware of what goes on in the outside world with regards to human rights, but it is a totally different ball game when looked at through an anthropologists view.

The video represented several different fields and subdisciplines that we learned in our prior lectures. Some of which included "Applied pherensic research, Actual evidence, Criminal investigation, Team research, Life histories, and Problem oriented ethnography." These fields and subdisciplines were used individually and together in several ways. They used Applied pherensic research, Actual evidence and Criminal investigation to find out the causes of death, what caused it, what might have the conditions been to have caused such a result. The actual archeological finds derived the cause of death and what...

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