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- Adam, Alison (ed.)
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Crime and the Construction of Forensic Objectivity from 1850
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Alison Adam is Professor of Science Technology and Society in the Cultural, Communication and Computing Research Institute at Sheffield Hallam University, UK. She has worked at Lancaster University, UMIST and the University of Salford as well as spending a number of years in industry prior to her academic career. Her research has been located in science and technology studies over a period of nearly forty years.
1. Crime and the construction of forensic objectivity: Introduction. - Alison Adam Forensic Representations - Photographic, Spatial, Dental And Mathematical 2. Bodies in the bed: English crime scene photographs as documentary images- Amy Helen Bell 3. Murder in miniature: Reconstructing the crime scene in the English courtroom. 42 - Alexa Neale 4. The Biggar murder: 'a triumph for forensic odontology'. - Alison Adam 5. Making forensic evaluations - Forensic objectivity in the Swedish criminal justice system. - Corinna Kruse The Professional Development Of Forensic Investigation 6. The police surgeon, medico-legal networks and criminal investigation in Victorian Scotland. - Kelly-Ann Couzens 7. '13 yards off the big gate and 37 yards up the West Walls'. Crime scene detection in mid-nineteenth century Newcastle upon Tyne. - Clare Sandford-Couch and Helen Rutherford 8. The construction of forensic knowledge in Victorian Yorkshire: Dr Thomas Scattergood and his casebooks, 1856-1900. - Laura Sellers and Katherine D. Watson 9. Reporting violent death: networks of expertise and the Scottish post-mortem. - Nicholas Duvall The Media And Ethics In Constructing Forensic Objectivity 10. Detecting the murderess: Newspaper representations of Women Convicted of Murder in New York, London and Ireland, 1880-1914. - Rian Sutton and Lynsey Black11. 'Children's lies': The Weimar press as psychological expert in child sex abuse trials. - Heather Wolffram 12. Murder cases, trunks and the entanglement of ethics: the preservation and display of scenes of crime material. - Angela Sutton-Vane