Missing persons : multidisciplinary perspectives on the disappeared
ed. by Derek Congram
Toronto : Canadian scholars' press, 2016
XVIII, 348 p. : ill. ; 25 cm
This book centres its attention on the people who seek others, and explores how scientists, law-enforcement agents, and researchers serve and relate to those who miss. This multidisciplinary volume both attends to the varied circumstances of disappearance and illustrates how disparate contexts connect, making for a valuable comparative resource in criminology and forensic anthropology, science, and psychology classrooms.
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