Items where Division is "College of Business and Social Sciences > Aston Institute for Forensic Linguistics" and Year is 2023

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Atkins, Sarah (2023). The ethics of engagement::Research relationships in an applied linguistics partnership with a professional medical body. Journal of Applied Linguistics and Professional Practice ,

Atkins, Sarah, Pilnick, Alison, Maben, Jill and Thompson, Laura (2023). Storytelling and affiliation between healthcare staff in Schwartz Round interactions: A conversation analytic study. Social science and medicine, 333 ,

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Basu, Nabanita, Weber, Philip, Bali, Agnes S, Rosas-Aguilar, Claudia, Edmond, Gary, Martire, Kristy A and Morrison, Geoffrey Stewart (2023). Speaker identification in courtroom contexts – Part II: Investigation of bias in individual listeners’ responses. Forensic Science International, 349 ,

Booth, Amy Ellison (2023). Collective Identity and Careers in a White Nationalist Forum. PHD thesis, Aston University.

Busso, Lucia (2023). CorIELLS: a specialised bilingual corpus of English and Italian legal-lay language. IN: Proceedings of the workshop “Forensic linguistics between scientific research and legal practice”. Studi AISV, 9 . Associazione Italiana Scienze della Voce (AISV).

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Chiang, Emily, De Rond, Mark and Lok, Jaco (2023). Identity in a Self-styled ‘Paedophile-hunting’ Group: A Linguistic Analysis of Stance in Facebook Group Chats. Applied Linguistics ,

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Deamer, Felicity (2023). Do you read me? Speech acts, expressive behaviour and states of mind in rape cases. International Journal of Speech, Language and the Law, 30 (1), pp. 1-21.

Deamer, Felicity, Richardson, Emma, Ward, Thomas, Garety, Philippa, Craig, Tom K J, Rus-Calafell, Mar and Edwards, Clementine (2023). Hypothetical active voicing in AVATAR therapy. Journal of Applied Linguistics and Professional Practice , (In Press)

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Elstein, Solly and Kredens, Krzysztof (2023). Occupational stress in forensic linguistic practice. Journal of Applied Linguistics and Professional Practice, 17 (1), pp. 50-72.

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Haworth, Kate, Tompkinson, James, Richardson, Emma, Deamer, Felicity and Hamann, Magnus (2023). 'For the Record': applying linguistics to improve evidential consistency in police investigative interview records. Frontiers in Communication, 8 ,

Heini, Annina and Kredens, Krzysztof (2023). Remote data collection in sociolinguistics: Lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic. International Journal of Social Research Methodology ,

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Makouar, Nadia, Devine, Lauren and Parker, Stephen (2023). Legislating to Control Online Hate Speech: a Corpus-assisted semantic Analysis of French Parliamentary Debates. International Journal for the Semiotics of Law, 36 (6), pp. 2323-2353.

Mojedano Batel, Andrea, Alberich, Neus and Kredens, Krzysztof (2023). Estabilidad idiolectal a través de cuatro géneros de comunicación:aportaciones al análisis de autoría forense. Revista de Llengua i Dret (79), pp. 285-304.

Mojedano Batel, Andrea, Soler Bonafont, Amparo and Kredens, Krzysztof (2023). Epistemic Modality Constructions as Stable Idiolectal Features: A Cross-genre Study of Spanish. International Journal for the Semiotics of Law ,

Morrison, Geoffrey Stewart (2023). A response to Busey & Klutzke (2022): Regarding subjective assignment of likelihood ratios. Science and Justice, 63 (1), pp. 61-62.

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Reczek, Andrew Patrick (2023). Forensic Applications of Appraisal Theory and Genre to Threatening and Malicious Language. Masters thesis, Aston University.

Richardson, Emma, Hamann, Magnus, Tompkinson, James, Haworth, Kate and Deamer, Felicity (2023). Understanding the role of transcription in evidential consistency of police interview records in England and Wales. Language in Society ,

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Tompkinson, James, Haworth, Kate, Deamer, Felicity and Richardson, Emma (2023). Perceptual instability in police interview records: Examining the effect of pauses and modality on people’s perceptions of an interviewee. International Journal of Speech, Language and the Law, 30 (1), pp. 22-51.

Tompkinson, James, Mileva, Mila, Watt, Dominic and Burton, Anthony Michael (2023). Perception of threat and intent to harm from vocal and facial cues. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology , pp. 1-17.

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