Vol 14 No. 1 (2007)

Journal: International Journal of Speech Language and the Law

Published: Sep 20, 2007

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Section Title Author Published
Quantifying evidence in forensic authorship analysis Tim Grant Sep 19, 2007
Taboo terms in a sexual abuse criminal trial Burns Cooper Sep 19, 2007
The pragmatic use of gender in Latina women's legal narratives of abuse Shonna Trinch Sep 19, 2007
Linguistic Manipulations in Legal Discourse: Framing questions and ‘smuggling’ information* Michelle Aldridge, June Luchjenbroers Sep 19, 2007
Non-contemporary speech samples: auditory detectability of an 11 year delay and itseffect on automatic speaker identification Hermann J. Künzel Sep 19, 2007
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 Sep 19, 2007
Thesis Abstracts
Forensic automatic speaker recognition using Bayesian interpretation and statistical compensation for mismatched conditions Anil Alexander Sep 19, 2007
‘Speak English or what?’ Codeswitching and interpreter use in New York Small Claims Courts Philipp Sebastian Angermeyer Sep 19, 2007
Examining jurors’ discursive exchanges related to mitigating factors during capital jury deliberations Desiree Cassar Sep 19, 2007
An acoustic study on disguised voices Cuiling Zhang Sep 19, 2007
Book Reviews
Diana Yankova (2004) Legal Language Made Simple: Statutory Provisions in English and Bulgarian Bilyana Martinovski Sep 19, 2007
Book Announcements
Christopher Williams, Tradition and Change in Legal English: VerbalConstructions in Prescriptive Texts.Bern: Peter Lang. ISBN 3–03910–644–9 (paperback) Chris Heffer Sep 19, 2007
Katrijn Maryns, The Asylum Speaker: Language in the Belgian Asylum Procedure.Manchester: St. Jerome Publishing. ISBN 1–900650–89–4 (paperback) Chris Heffer Sep 19, 2007
Sanford Schane, Language and the LawLondon: Continuum. ISBN 0–8264–8828–5 (hardback) Chris Heffer Sep 20, 2007