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Broken bones, broken bodies : bioarchaeological and forensic approaches for accumulative trauma and violence

Author: Debra L Martin, (Professor of Biological Anthropology); Caryn E Tegtmeyer
Publisher: Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, [2017] ©2017
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This volume explores the role that injury recidivism and accumulative trauma plays in prehistoric, historic, and modern contexts. Case studies provide examples of the ways in which skeletal remains can be used to understand and analyze repetitive trauma.
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Broken bones, broken bodies.
Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, [2017]
(DLC) 2017018092
(OCoLC)983824047
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Debra L Martin, (Professor of Biological Anthropology); Caryn E Tegtmeyer
ISBN: 9781498547154 149854715X
OCLC Number: 1002848692
Description: 1 online resource (xv, 253 pages)
Contents: Introduction; Book Focus and Organization; Summary; References; Injury Recidivism Revisited; Review of Injury Recidivism in Clinical Research; Clinical Injury Recidivism and Bioarchaeology; References; Prehistoric Case Studies of Injury Recidivism; Chapter 2 ; Socializing Violence; Bioarchaeological Context ; Evidence for Injury Recidivism at Abu Fatima ; Results and Interpretations ; Discussion ; Conclusion ; References; Chapter 3; Cranial Trauma and Victimization among Ancestral Pueblo Farmers of the Northern San Juan Region; Context; Trauma Data ; Discussion ; Conclusion; References Chapter 4Injury and Re-injury among the Ancestral Pueblo and Fremont; Introduction; Archaeological Context ; Materials and Methods ; Results ; Conclusion ; References ; Historical Case Studies of Injury Recidivism; Chapter 5; Disease, Trauma, and Stigma; Context; Methods and Materials; The Bioarchaeological Evidence for Injury Recidivism, Polytrauma, Accumulative Trauma, and Violence; Interpretation of the Evidence and its Application to Broader Perspectives What this Case Study reveals about the Nature of Injury Recidivism and Accumulative Trauma and How It Fits within Broader Issues of ViolenceConclusion; Notes; References; Chapter 6; Evaluating the Evidence for Injury Recidivism in Two Parish Communities from Industrial-era London; The Social and Economic Effects of the Industrial Revolution in London; Archaeological Samples; Methods; Results; Discussion; Conclusion; References; Chapter 7; Sugar and Suffering ; Introduction; A Bioarchaeological Model of Structural Violence ; The Rise of the Sugar Economy and the Impact on Enslaved Health The Holy Trinity Lutheran Church Case Study Results ; Discussion ; References ; Chapter 8; The Bioarchaeology of Violence Recidivism and Labor Abuse in 19th-Century Chinese America; Introduction; Historical Context ; Materials and Methods ; Results ; Discussion ; Conclusion ; References; Chapter 9; Fractured Lives ; Introduction; A Brief Overview of the Collections and their Contexts; The Dissected Destitute: Poverty, Interpersonal Violence, Alcoholism, and Injury Recidivism; Violence, Polytrauma, and the Great Migration; The Deviant Dead: Fractured Lives of the Institutionalized Lessons Learned from the Destitute and Deviant Dead: Interpreting what Anatomical Collections Can Tell us about the Relationship between Violence, Injury Recidivism, and MarginalizationConclusion; Acknowledgments; References; Contemporary Case Studies of Injury Recidivism; Chapter 10; An Exploration of Skeletal Evidence of Injury Recidivism in Cases of Transients and Homelessness from Northern California; Homelessness, Transients, and Safety ; Health, Risk, and Injury Recidivism ; Recidivism Expectations ; Materials and Methods ; Results ; Discussion
Responsibility: edited by Caryn E. Tegtmeyer and Debra L. Martin.

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