xxi, 642 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
9780199572120 hardback alkaline paper 0199572127 hardback alkaline paper
Oxford handbooks in linguistics.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -628) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
A history of the languages of law /Peter M. Tiersma Legal vocabulary /Heikki E. S. Mattila The grammar and structure of legal texts /Risto Hiltunen Text and genre /Maurizio Gotti The plain language movement /Mark Adler Linguistic issues in statutory interpretation /Lawrence M. Solan Contract formation as a speech act /Sanford Schane Constitutional interpretation /Robert W. Bennett Ambiguity and vagueness in legal interpretation /Ralf Poscher Legal interpretation and the philosophy of language /Brian H. Bix Bilingual interpretation rules as a component of language rights in Canada /Michel Bastarache Word meaning and the problem of a globalized legal order /Jan Engberg Challenges to the legal translator /Susan Šarc̆ević Language and law in the European Union : the multilingual jurisprudence of the ECJ /Karen McAuliffe Fifty years of multilingual interpretation in the European Union /Cornelis J. W. Baaij Linguistic human rights /Tove Skutnabb-Kangas Language policy in the United States /Peter M. Tiersma Legal rights of linguistic minorities in the European Union /Durk Gorter and Jasone Cenoz Investigating the language situation in Africa /Tunde Olusola Opeibi The meaning of silence in the right to remain silent /Janet Ainsworth Potential impact of juvenile suspects' linguistic abilities on Miranda understanding and appreciation /Naomi E. S. Goldstein ... [et al.] The caution in England and Wales /Frances Rock The language of consent in police encounters /Janice Nadler and J. D. Trout The language of crime /Peter M. Tiersma and Lawrence M. Solan Interrogation through pragmatic implication : sticking to the letter of the law while violating its intent /Deborah Davis and Richard A. Leo Discourse in the US courtroom /Gail Stygall Courtroom discourse in Japan's new judicial order /Mami Hiraike Okawara Courtroom discourse in China /Meizhen Liao The language of criminal trials in an inquisitorial system : the case of the Netherlands /Martha L. Komter and Marijke Malsch Linguistic issues in courtroom interpretation /Susan Berk-Seligson Instructing the jury /Nancy S. Marder Using linguistics in trademark cases /Roger W. Shuy Language and copyright /Ronald R. Butters The psycholinguistic basis of distinctiveness in trademark law /Syûgo Hotta and Masahiro Fujita Author identification in the forensic setting /Carole E. Chaski Corpus linguistics in authorship identification /Krzysztof Kredens and Malcolm Coulthard Detecting plagiarism /David Woolls Language analysis for determination of origin : objective evidence for refugee status determination /Peter L. Patrick Factors affecting lay persons' identification of speakers /A. Daniel Yarmey Forensic speaker comparison : a linguistic-acoustic perspective /Paul Foulkes and Peter French.
K213 .O94 2012
Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2012.