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American Judicial Discourse from a Linguistic Perspective



Year of publication 2008
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Arts

Description The presentation discusses the style of American judicial discourse, focusing on the specific types of questions asked and answers provided in court, the imbalances of power arising from the specific nature of the participation framework, and the institutional constraints that govern the interaction. The examples are drawn from transcripts of recent US court cases.

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