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LINGUIST List 18.3138

Thu Oct 25 2007

TOC: The Int'l Jrnl of Speech. Language and the Law 14/1 (2007)

Editor for this issue: Fatemeh Abdollahi <fatemehlinguistlist.org>

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        1.    Janet Joyce, The International Journal of Speech. Language and the Law Vol 14, No 1 (2007)


Message 1: The International Journal of Speech. Language and the Law Vol 14, No 1 (2007)
Date: 25-Oct-2007
From: Janet Joyce <jjoyceequinoxpub.com>
Subject: The International Journal of Speech. Language and the Law Vol 14, No 1 (2007)
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Publisher: Equinox Publishing Ltd
http://www.equinoxpub.com/

Journal Title: The International Journal of Speech. Language and the Law
Volume Number: 14
Issue Number: 1
Issue Date: 2007


Main Text:

Articles

Quantifying evidence in forensic authorship analysis
Tim Grant 1-25

Taboo terms in a sexual abuse criminal trial
Burns Cooper 27-50

The pragmatic use of gender in Latina women's legal narratives of abuse
Shonna Trinch 51-83

Linguistic Manipulations in Legal Discourse: Framing questions and ‘smuggling’
information
Michelle Aldridge, June Luchjenbroers 85-107

Non-contemporary speech samples: auditory detectability of an 11 year delay and
its effect on automatic speaker identification
Hermann J. Künzel 109-136

Commentaries/Responses

Position Statement concerning use of impressionistic likelihood terms in
forensic speaker comparison cases, with a foreword by Peter French & Philip
Harrison
Peter French, Philip Harrison 137-144

Thesis Abstracts

Forensic automatic speaker recognition using Bayesian interpretation and
statistical compensation for mismatched conditions
Anil Alexander 145-147

‘Speak English or what?’ Code switching and interpreter use in New York Small
Claims Courts
Philipp Sebastian Angermeyer 147-150

Examining jurors’ discursive exchanges related to mitigating factors during
capital jury deliberations
Desiree Cassar 150-154

An acoustic study on disguised voices
Cuiling Zhang 154-156

Book Reviews

Diana Yankova (2004) Legal Language Made Simple: Statutory Provisions in English
and Bulgarian
Bilyana Martinovski 157-160

Book Notices

Christopher Williams, Tradition and Change in Legal English: Verbal
Constructions in Prescriptive Texts.Bern: Peter Lang. ISBN 3–03910–644–9
(paperback)
Chris Heffer 161

Katrijn Maryns, The Asylum Speaker: Language in the Belgian Asylum
Procedure.Manchester: St. Jerome Publishing. ISBN 1–900650–89–4 (paperback)
Chris Heffer 161

Sanford Schane, Language and the Law
London: Continuum. ISBN 0–8264–8828–5 (hardback)
Chris Heffer 162


Linguistic Field(s): Forensic Linguistics
                            Pragmatics
                            Sociolinguistics
                            Discourse Analysis



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