Tag: forensic linguistics

8.2 Marasigan & Ballesteros-Lintao

| December 31, 2020

Michelle Anne A. Marasigan & Rachelle Ballesteros-Lintao. (2020). Presentation and Comprehensibility of Public Policies in Online News Articles. International Journal of Law, Language & Discourse 8(2), 35-56. Abstract: Language is the primary vehicle in which public policies are expressed for “all concepts in law are linguistically constituted and expressed” (Silbey, 1989, p. 1) to the […]

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2.2 Monsefi

| September 2, 2020

Roya Monsefi. (2012). Language in Criminal Justice: Forensic linguistics in Shipman trial. International Journal of Law, Language & Discourse 2(2), 43-69. Abstract: Inquiry sessions of a court play a vital role in juries’ decisions and consequently fate of the defendant. In the present paper, attorneys’ questioning strategies in 146 examination-in-chief sessions of Dr Shipman’s murder […]

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2.3 Royce

| August 11, 2020

Terry Royce. (2012). The Analysis of Police Crisis Negotiations: Important Interactional Features. International Journal of Law, Language & Discourse 2(3), 1-24. Abstract: In recent years understandings of the interactional features of police crisis negotiations have developed through approaches which have built on and developed the precursor bargaining and expressive models of crisis negotiations. This paper […]

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