xxxii, 446 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.
Legal discourse and communication. 2056-7855.
"This volume provides descriptive and interpretive insights into the 'living' usage of language and other semiotice modes in building and performing the law across academic, professional and institutional contexts"--Back cover.
"This volume grew out of the 4th International Conference Law, Language and Communication : Negotiating Cultural, Jurisdictional and Disciplinary Boundaries (26-27-28 May 2016) organised by the Centre for Research in Language and Law (CRILL) of the English Language Chair of the Law Department of the Seconda Università degli Studi di Napoli, recently renamed Università degli Studi della Campania Luigi Vanvitelli."--Page xi.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Interactions between linguists and legal practitioners within and across professional practices / Maurizio Gotti Anatomy of a false confession: the linguistic and psychological characteristics of false confessions / Janet Ainsworth CSR between guidelines and voluntary commitments / Marina Bondi and Danni Yu Plea bargaining as an occluded genre in common law jurisdictions: investigating the US case / William Bromwich Rhetorical variation in English and Italian law research article / Silvia Cavalieri and Giuliana Diani Argument and persuasion: the function of literary references in common law judgements / Ross Charnock Lawyers as ventriloquists: A contemporary approach to understanding credibility in the courtroom / Vincent Denault and Francois Cooren Can you express it so we can understand it? Metapragmatics in the courtoom / Michela Giordano Spoken interaction in an academic legal context: The discourse of the arbitration moot / Christopher A, Hafner Generic appropriation in 'fictional' legal discourse: The case of genre embedding in legal drama / Adriano Laudisio Communicating linguistic theory and analyses to judge and jury in the highly adversarial US Justice system: Theatrical Cross-Examinations Vs, the facts / Robert Leonard "If only everything in life was an (un)reliable as a Volkswagen": A CDA of the online popularisation of the dieselgate notices of violation / Antonella Napolitano and Maria Cristina Aiezza A Case Study of complex prepositions in L2 English translations of written pleadings before the European court of human rights / Jekaterina Nikitina Challenging UK home office immigration decisions: An investigation of the judicial reviews of women's asylum claims / Cristina Nisco Linguistic competences in the mediation system: increasing language awarenessand developing communication skills / Giulia Adriana Pennisi Video evidence, legal culture and court decision in Brazil / Vicente Riccio, Amitza Torres Vieira and Clarissa Diniz Guedes Negotiating constraints on legal translation performace in an outsourced environment / Juliette Scott "When you sau over here, you mean..." Reformulation strategies in confrontational institutional talk / Magdalena Szczyrbak "I hope somebody can help me" : A linguistic analysis of British law forums / Judith Turnbull
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Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2018.