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2019

Hurt, Marlon and Grant, Timothy D (2019). Pledging to harm:A linguistic appraisal analysis of judgment comparing realized and non-realized violent fantasies. Discourse and Society, 30 (2), pp. 154-171.

Kloess, Julianne, Woodhams, Jessica, Whittle, Helen, Grant, Timothy D and Hamilton-Giachritsis, Catherine (2019). The challenges of identifying and classifying child sexual abuse material. Sexual Abuse, 31 (2), pp. 173-196.

2018

MacLeod, Nicola and Grant, Timothy D (2018). “go on cam but dnt be dirty”: linguistic levels of identity assumption in undercover online operations against child sex abusers. Language and Law/Linguagem e Direito, 4 (2), pp. 157-175.

Perkins, Ria and Grant, Tim (2018). Native language influence detection for forensic authorship analysis:Identifying L1 persian bloggers. International Journal of Speech, Language and the Law, 25 (1), pp. 1-20.

Schneevogt, Daniela, Chiang, Emily and Grant, Timothy D (2018). Do Perverted Justice chat logs contain examples of Overt Persuasion and Sexual Extortion?:A research note responding to Chiang and Grant 2017 and 2018. Language and Law/Linguagem e Direito, 5 (1), pp. 97-102.

Grant, Timothy D and MacLeod, Nicci (2018). Resources and constraints in linguistic identity performance:a theory of authorship. Language and Law/Linguagem e Direito, 5 (1), pp. 80-96.

Chiang, Emily and Grant, Timothy D (2018). Deceptive identity performance:Offender moves and multiple personas in online child abuse conversations. Applied Linguistics ,

2017

Carmody, Emily and Grant, Timothy D (2017). Online grooming:moves and strategies. Language and Law / Linguagem e Direito, 4 (1), pp. 103-141.

Grant, Tim (2017). Duppying yoots in a dog eat dog world, kmt:determining the senses of slang terms for the Courts. Semiotica, 2017 (216), pp. 479-495.

2016

MacLeod, Nicci and Grant, Tim (2016). "You have ruined this entire experiment…shall we stop talking now?" Orientations to the experimental setting as an interactional resource. Discourse, Context & Media, 14 , pp. 63-70.

Grant, Tim and Macleod, Nicci (2016). Assuming identities online:experimental linguistics applied to the policing of online paedophile activity. Applied Linguistics, 37 (1), pp. 50-70.

2013

Grant, Tim (2013). TXT 4N6:method, consistency, and distinctiveness in the analysis of sms text messages. Journal of Law and Policy, 21 (2), pp. 467-494.

2012

Macleod, Nicci and Grant, Tim (2012). Whose Tweet? Authorship analysis of micro-blogs and other short-form messages. IN: Proceedings of the International Association of Forensic Linguists’ tenth biennial conference. Tomblin, Samuel; MacLeod, Nicci; Sousa-Silva, Rui and Coulthard, Malcolm (eds) Aston University.

2010

Sousa Silva, Rui, Grant, Tim and Maia, Belinda (2010). “I didn’t mean to steal someone else’s words!”:a forensic linguistic approach to detecting intentional plagiarism. IN: 4th International Plagiarism Conference. 2010-06-21 - 2010-06-23.

2008

Norton, Russell and Grant, Tim D. (2008). Rape myth in true and false rape allegations. Psychology, Crime and Law, 14 (4), pp. 275-285.

2006

Woodhams, Jessica and Grant, Tim D. (2006). Developing a categorisation system for rapists' speech. Psychology, Crime and Law, 12 (3), pp. 245-260.

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