Forensic Communication in Theory and Practice: A Study of Discourse Analysis and Transcription now available from Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Cambridge Scholars Publishing is pleased to announce the publication of Forensic Communication in Theory and Practice: A Study of Discourse Analysis and Transcription, edited by Franca Orletti and Laura Mariottini.
This edited collection brings together, for the first time, contributions from different context-language situations on forensic communication, combining theoretical and methodological studies with professional and technical capabilities.
In this sense, academic and applied researches in forensic communication represent the scientific starting point of this book, which particularly investigates forensic discourse analysis and transcription of oral data. It makes use of variety of different approaches, including institutional interactions, the analysis of voice, discourse devices, and transcription methods.
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About the Editors
Franca Orletti is Full Professor of Linguistics in the Department of Human Studies at the University of Roma Tre, Italy. Her research focuses on sociolinguistics, applied linguistics, discourse analysis and linguistic pragmatics.
Laura Mariottini is Adjunct Professor of Spanish Language and Translation in the Department of Political Sciences of the University La Sapienza of Rome, Italy. Her research interests and outcomes are concentrated in three areas of Spanish linguistics, namely interactional pragmatics, Spanish for Specific Purposes, and discourse analysis.