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Power and resistance in interrogations of suspects in the Egyptian judicial process

Issue: Vol 28 No. 1 (2021)

Journal: International Journal of Speech Language and the Law

Subject Areas: Linguistics

DOI: 10.1558/ijsll.20435


Author: Neveen Al Saeed

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