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Message1: The International Journal of Speech, Language and the Law Vol. 21, No. 2 (2014)
From:Janet Joyce jjoyce at equinoxpub.com
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Publisher:	Equinox Publishing Ltd
Journal Title:  The International Journal of Speech, Language and the Law 
Volume Number:  21 
Issue Number:  2 
Issue Date:  2014

Main Text:

The International Journal of Speech, Language and the Law 21.2


Background Population: How Does It Affect LR Based Forensic Voice Comparison?
IJSLL 21.2 (2014) pp191-224 issn 1748-8893
Yuko Kinoshita, Shunichi Ishihara

Converting Time Reference in Judges' Summations: a Study in Time Reference Management in a Creole Continuum Courtroom
IJSLL 21.2 (2014) pp225-250 issn 1748-8893
Clive Roy Forrester

'Are You Going to Tell Me the Truth Today?': Invoking Obligations of Honesty in Police-suspect Interviews
IJSLL 21.2 (2014) pp251-277 issn 1748-8893
Kelly Benneworth-Gray

Variability in Analyst Decisions During the Computation of Numerical Likelihood Ratios
IJSLL 21.2 (2014) pp279-315 issn 1748-8893
Vincent Hughes, Paul Foulkes

Linguistic Politeness in Lawyers' Petitions under the Confucian Ideal of No Litigation
IJSLL 21.2 (2014) pp317-342 issn 1748-8893
Liping Zhang

Speaker-individuality in Fujisaki Model F0 Features: Implications for Forensic Voice Comparison
IJSLL 21.2 (2014) pp343-370 issn 1748-8893
Adrian Leeman, Hansj�rg Mixdorff, Maria O'Reilly, Marie-Jos� Kolly , Volker Dellwo


State-of-the-art in language analysis: a response to the chapter on LADO in the Oxford Handbook of Language and Law
IJSLL 21.2 (2014) pp371-381 issn 1748-8893
Tina Cambier-Langeveld

Identifying where people come from by how they speak: a methodological gap worth bridging. A rejoinder to Cambier-Langeveld
IJSLL 21.2 (2014) pp383-387 issn 1748-8893
Lawrence Solan

Book Reviews

Language and the Right to Fair Hearing in International Criminal Trials Catherine S. Namakula (2014) Springer 146pphttp://www.equinoxpub.com/journals/index.php/IJSLL/article/view/24796 
IJSLL 21.2 (2014) pp389-395 issn 1748-8893
Ludmila Stern

Language in the Negotiation of Justice: Contexts, Issues and Applications Christopher Williams and Girolamo Tessuto eds (2013) Ashgate 326pp
IJSLL 21.2 (2014) pp397-401 issn 1748-8893
Azirah Hashim

Comparative Legal Linguistics Language of Law, Latin and Modern Lingua Francas, 2nd ed. Heikki E.S. Mattila (2013) Trans. Christopher Goddard Ashgate xvii + 485pp
IJSLL 21.2 (2014) pp403-408 issn 1748-8893
Edward Finegan

Book Announcements

Book Announcements
IJSLL 21.2 (2014) pp409-412 issn 1748-8893
Ikuko Nakane


Remembering Peter Tiersma	
IJSLL 21.2 (2014) pp413-416 issn 1748-8893
Lawrence Solan

Linguistic Field(s): Forensic Linguistics
                     Text/Corpus Linguistics
                     Discourse Analysis

Subject Language(s): Creole English, Jamaican (jam)

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