|Full Title:||Theories, Practices and Instruments of Forensic Linguistics|
|Start Date:||01-Dec-2014 - 03-Dec-2014|
|Meeting Email:||click here to access email|
|Meeting Description:||Participation: physical and virtual attendance
Languages of the conference: Italian, Spanish, English
The conference entitled “Theories, practices and instruments of forensic linguistics”, organized by the Sapienza University of Rome and the University of Roma Tre within the cycle of seminars on Languages, Institutions and Society, focuses on the discourses of the legal and judicial institutional contexts, with particular attention to the interactional exchanges at various levels and fields of justice.
The objective of the event is to present, analyze and discuss the data in order to build theoretical, practical and methodological frameworks for single and comparative analysis of corpora of oral interactions in courtrooms.
This objective is essential to broaden and deepen the research and the teaching of oral languages for specific purposes in a context -the judicial one- where the state of the art still displays a focus on the written dimension, in which texts and documents are examined by textual, lexical, terminological and genre analysis perspectives.
The first day of the congress will be in presence modality at the University Roma Tre. It will consist of two plenary lectures (speakers to be confirmed) and a round table on the transcription of wiretapping and environmental intercepts, coordinated by Franca Orletti. First day activities will be videotaped and included in the conference website for all participants.
Participation at the second and third day of the conference will be virtual. Please note that online participation requires the author to record the intervention in video format or in power point presentation with audio, according to the guidelines that will be announced together with the notification of acceptance. The organizers will arrange the videos in the web conference, where, during 2-3 December, will also be an open forum and a chat (or video chat) to ensure the debate on the presented contributions.
|Linguistic Subfield:||Forensic Linguistics|
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