Issues

Vol 16 No. 1 (2009)

Journal: International Journal of Speech Language and the Law

Published: Sep 18, 2009

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Section Title Author Published
Articles
The Sociolinguisic Creation of Opposing Representations of Defendants and Victims Laura Felton Rosulek Dec 20, 2008
The DyViS database: style-controlled recordings of 100 homogeneous speakers for forensic phonetic research Francis Nolan, Kirsty McDougall, Gea de Jong, Toby Hudson Jul 17, 2009
The Law on Language in the European Union: Policy Development for Interpreting/Translation Services in Criminal Proceedings Nancy Schweda Nicholson May 4, 2009
Exploring the Discriminatory Potential of F0 Distribution Parameters in Traditional Forensic Speaker Recognition Yuko Kinoshita, Shunichi Ishihara, Philip Rose May 4, 2009
The role of ‘educated native speakers’ in providing language analysis for the determination of the origin of asylum seekers Helen Fraser May 11, 2009
Commentaries/Responses
A response to the UK Position Statement on forensic speaker comparison Phil Rose, Geoffrey Stewart Morrison Sep 5, 2009
Thesis Abstracts
Policing Talk: An investigation into the interaction of the officer and the suspect in the police interview. Elisabeth Kate Carter May 11, 2009
Fusing prosodic and acoustic information for speaker recognition Mireia Farrús Sep 5, 2009
Book Reviews
Language and the Law: international outlooks. Krzyaztof Kredens and Stanislaw-Goźdź-Roszkowski (eds) (2007) Marianne Marianne May 4, 2009
Courtroom talk and neocolonial control. Diana Eades (2008) Gregory M. Matoesian May 4, 2009
Dimensions of Forensic Linguistics.<./i> John Gibbons and M. Teresa Turrell (eds) (2008) Karen Tracy May 4, 2009
Book Announcements
Book Announcements Chris Heffer May 4, 2009