5 edition of Death in Beijing. found in the catalog.
|Contributions||Amnesty International. British Section.|
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|Number of Pages||107|
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In this period, those who died violently or under suspicious circumstances constituted a particularly important population of the dead, subject to new claims by police, legal and medical. New from Cambridge University Press: Death in Beijing: Murder and Forensic Science in Republican China by Daniel Asen.
About the book, from the publisher:In this innovative and engaging history of homicide investigation in Republican Beijing, Daniel Asen explores the transformation of ideas about death in China in the first half of the twentieth century. Daniel Asen’s Death in Beijing investigates the history of forensics against the immediate backdrop of Republican-period Beijing.
Using the application of forensic technique both as his subject and as an entry point, Asen shows how cases of death became a. Suspicious deaths and city life in Republican Beijing -- 2. On the case with the Beijing procuracy -- 3. Disputed forensics and skeletal remains -- 4. Publicity, professionals, and the cause of forensic reform -- 5.
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Book, Online in English Death in Beijing: murder and forensic science in Republican China Daniel Asen. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1 online resource (ix, pages): digital, PDF file(s). Online Access. ; Related names. Author: Asen, Daniel S. Back ina book appeared entitled Wrath of Heaven (Tiannu) – a novelised version of the true story behind the recent downfall and suicide of Beijing.
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