Vol 28 No. 1 (2021)

Journal: International Journal of Speech Language and the Law

Published: Oct 15, 2021

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Section Title Author Published
‘What you’ve got is a right to silence’: paraphrasing the right to silence and the meaning of rights Alex Bowen Oct 15, 2021
Style variability in disfluency analysis for forensic speaker comparison Lauren Harrington, Richard Rhodes, Vincent Hughes Oct 15, 2021
Interpreting as creating a potential for understanding: insights from a Danish courtroom Martha Sif Karrebæk, Solvej H. Sørensen Oct 15, 2021
Predicting veracity in online hotel reviews using types of reported speech, speaker identity and quotation marks Mark Winston Visonà May 21, 2021
Remembering Bethany K. Dumas, JD, PhD Philip Gaines Oct 15, 2021
In remembrance of Dr John Gabriel Christopher Luke Olsson June Luchjenbroers Oct 15, 2021
Thesis Abstracts
A forensic phonetic investigation of regional variation and accommodation in West Yorkshire Katherine Elizabeth Earnshaw Oct 15, 2021
A study on the automatic representation mechanism of legal discourse information Hong Wang Jul 1, 2021
A study of psycho-correction discourse in community correction under restorative justice from the perspective of individuation Jie Zheng Oct 15, 2021
Questioning and answering strategies in Malaysian criminal proceedings: a corpus-based forensic discourse analysis Nurshafawati Ahmad Sani Oct 15, 2021
Power and resistance in interrogations of suspects in the Egyptian judicial process Neveen Al Saeed Oct 15, 2021
Book Reviews
Language and Online Identities: The Undercover Policing of Sexual Crime Tim Grant and Nicci MacLeod (2020) Emily Chiang Oct 15, 2021
Resolution of Conflict of Interest in Chinese Civil Court Hearings: A Perspective of Discourse Information Theory Yunfeng Ge (2018) Hong Wang Oct 15, 2021
Book Announcements
Book Announcements Richard Powell Oct 15, 2021