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The Routledge Handbook of Forensic Linguistics

The Routledge Handbook of Forensic LinguisticsTitoloThe Routledge Handbook of Forensic Linguistics
AutoreJohnson, Alison
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RilegaturaHardback
Dati616 pages, Illustrations
Anno2010
EditoreTaylor & Francis Ltd
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Forensic Linguistics is the study of language and the law, covering topics from legal language and courtroom discourse to plagiarism. It also concerns the applied (forensic) linguist who is involved in providing evidence, as an expert, for the defence and prosecution. This handbook includes a comprehensive introduction to the field.

Indice e argomenti trattati
List of illustrationsxii
List of conventions usedxv
List of contributors and affiliationsxvii
Notes on editors and contributorsxx
Acknowledgementsxxvii
1 Introduction
Current debates in forensic linguistics
1
Alison Johnson and Malcolm Coulthard
Section I The language of the law and the legal process17
1.1 Legal language
2 Legal talk
Socio-pragmatic aspects of legal talk: police interviews and trial discourse
21
Elizabeth Holt and Alison Johnson
3 Legal writing: specificity
Specification in legislative writing: accessibility, transparency, power and control
37
Vijay K. Bhatia
4 Legal writing: complexity
Complex documents/average and not-so-average readers
51
Gail Stygall
5 Legal writing: attitude and emphasis
Corpus linguistic approaches to 'legal language': adverbial expression of attitude and emphasis in Supreme Court opinions
65
Edward Finegan
6 Legal translation
Translating legal language
78
Deborah Cao
1.2 Participants in police investigations, interviews and interrogation
7 Citizens' emergency calls
Requesting assistance in calls to the police
95
Paul Drew and Traci Walker
8 Miranda rights
Curtailing coercion in police interrogation: the failed promise of Miranda v. Arizona
111
Janet Ainsworth
9 Witnesses and suspects in interviews
Collecting oral evidence: the police, the public and the written word
126
Frances Rock
10 Sexual offences
Negotiating paedophilia in the investigative interview: the construction of sexual offences against children
139
Kelly Benneworth
11 Lawyers in interviews
'I advise you not to answer that question': conversation analysis, legal interaction and the analysis of lawyers' turns in police interrogations of suspects
155
Elizabeth Stokoc and Derek Edwards
12 Police interviews in the judicial process
Police interviews as evidence
169
Kate Haworth
1.3 Courtroom genres
13 The historical courtroom
A diachronic investigation of English courtroom practice
185
Dawn Archer
14 Narrative in the trial
Constructing crime stories in court
199
Chris Heifer
15 Prosecution and defense dosing speeches
The creation of contrastive closing arguments
218
Laura Felton Rosulek
16 Sentencing convicted murderers
Convicted murderers' allocutions or leniency pleas at sentencing hearings
231
Nancy Schweda Nicholson
1.4 Lay participants in the judicial process
17 Instructions to jurors
Redrafting California's jury instructions
251
Peter Tiersma
18 Rape victims
The discourse of rape trials
265
Susan Ehrlich
19 Youth and gangs
Sociolinguistic issues in gang-related prosecutions: homies, hearsay and expert standards
281
Mel Greenlee
20 Vulnerable witnesses
Vulnerable witnesses in the Criminal Justice System
296
Michelle Aldridge
21 False confessors
A jihadi heart and mind? Strategic repackaging of a possibly false confession in an anti-terrorism trial in California
315
Gillian Grebkr
22 Representing oneself
Cross-examination questioning: lay people as cross-examiners
333
Tatiana Tlecuková
Section II The linguist as expert in legal processes347
2.1 Expert and process
23 Trademark linguistics
Trademarks: language that one owns
351
Ronald R. Butters
24 Consumer product warnings
Composition, identification, and assessment of adequacy
365
Bethany K. Dumas
25 The forensic phonetician
Forensic speaker identification by experts
378
Michael Jessen
26 The forensic linguist
The expert linguist meets the adversarial system
395
Lawrence M. Solan
2.2 Multilingualisni in legal contexts
27 Nationality claims
Language analysis and asylum cases
411
Diana Eades
28 Non-native speakers in detention
Assessing non-native speaking detainees' English language proficiency
423
Fiona English
29 Court interpreting
The need to raise the bar: Court interpreters as specialized experts
440
Sandra Hale
30 Interpreting outside the courtroom
'A shattered mirror?' Interpreting in legal contexts outside the courtroom
455
Krzysztof Kredetu and Ruth Morris
2.3 Authorship and opinion
31 Experts and opinions
In my opinion
473
Malcolm Coulthard
32 Forensic stylistics
Theory and practice of forensic stylistics
487
Gerald R. McMenamin
33 Text messaging forensics
Txt 4n6: Idiolect free authorship analysis?
508
Tim Grant
34 Plagiarism
Four forensic linguists' responses to suspected plagiarism
523
Malcolm Coulthard, Alison Johnson, Krzysztof Kredens and David Woolls
Section III New debates and new directions539
35 Multimodality and forensic linguistics
Multimodal aspects of victim's narrative in direct examination
541
Gregory M. Matoesian
36 Terrorism and forensic linguistics
Linguistics and terrorism cases
558
Roger W. Shuy
37 Computational forensic linguistics
Searching for similarity in large specialised corpora
576
David Woolls
38 The future for forensic linguists in the courtroom
Cross-cultural communication
591
Peter R.A. Gray
39 Concluding remarks
Future directions in forensic linguistics
602
Malcolm Coulthard and Alison Johnson
References615
Index661

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