La ricercatrice Claudia Giancola Brennan, esperta di Linguistica forense di fama mondiale, ha pubblicato “Una mirada al uso de lenguaje claro en el ámbito judicial latinoamericano” sul numero 69 della Revista de Llengua i Dret – Journal of Language and Law.
Rodolfo Mendoza-Denton, professor of psychology
An astute investigator alert to the signs of human trafficking can launch a line of questioning designed to reveal the offender’s conduct.
Machine translation of foreign languages is undoubtedly a very useful thing, but if you’re going for anything more than directions or recommendations for lunch, its shallowness is a real barrier. And when it comes to the law and constitutional rights, a “good enough” translation doesn’t cut it, a judge has ruled.
What do words really mean?
To pose as kids, British cops are learning how to talk like them online.
An airplane crashed shortly after takeoff. Everyone on board, over a hundred people, died. Investigators placed part of the blame for the crash on poor product documentation…
Forensic linguist reveals how murderer was snared sending texts from his victim’s phone because of tiny differences in punctuation.
Study – language around suicide
The way we talk about suicide is important.