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Vol 16, No 1 (2009)

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Table of Contents

Articles

The Sociolinguisic Creation of Opposing Representations of Defendants and Victims PDF
Laura Felton Rosulek 1-30
The DyViS database: style-controlled recordings of 100 homogeneous speakers for forensic phonetic research PDF
Francis Nolan, Kirsty McDougall, Gea de Jong, Toby Hudson 31-57
The Law on Language in the European Union: Policy Development for Interpreting/Translation Services in Criminal Proceedings PDF
Nancy Schweda Nicholson 59-90
Exploring the Discriminatory Potential of F0 Distribution Parameters in Traditional Forensic Speaker Recognition PDF
Yuko Kinoshita, Shunichi Ishihara, Philip Rose 91-111
The role of ‘educated native speakers’ in providing language analysis for the determination of the origin of asylum seekers PDF
Helen Fraser 113-138

Commentaries/Responses

A response to the UK Position Statement on forensic speaker comparison PDF
Phil Rose, Geoffrey Stewart Morrison 139-163

Thesis Abstracts

Policing Talk: An investigation into the interaction of the officer and the suspect in the police interview. PDF
Elisabeth Kate Carter 165-168
Fusing prosodic and acoustic information for speaker recognition PDF
Mireia Farrús 169-171

Book Reviews

Language and the Law: international outlooks. Krzyaztof Kredens and Stanislaw-Goźdź-Roszkowski (eds) (2007) PDF
Marianne Marianne 173-178
Courtroom talk and neocolonial control. Diana Eades (2008) PDF
Gregory M. Matoesian 179-184
Dimensions of Forensic Linguistics. John Gibbons and M. Teresa Turrell (eds) (2008) PDF
Karen Tracy 185-190

Book Announcements

Book Announcements PDF
Chris Heffer 191-192


ISSN: 1748-8893