The discourse of police interviews
The discourse of police interviews
Lisätekijä: Mason, Marianne, toimittaja
Lisätekijä: Rock, Frances, toimittaja
Julkaisuvuosi: 2020
Kieli: Englanti
Aineistolaji: Kirja
Kustantaja: Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 2020.
ISBN: 978-0-226-64779-1 pehmeäkantinen
Chapter 1. Introduction / Marianne Mason -- Section 1. The Discourse of Reid and PEACE -- Chapter 2. When Police Interview Victims of Sexual Assault: Comparing Written Guidance to Interactional Practice / Elizabeth Stokoe, Charles Antaki, Emma Richardson, and Sara Willott -- Chapter 3. Obtaining Valid Discourse from Suspects PEACE-fully: What Role for Rapport and Empathy? / Ray Bull and Bianca Baker -- Chapter 4. The Guilt-Presumptive Nature of Custodial Interrogations in the United States: The Use of Confrontation, Appeals to Self-Interest, and Sympathy/Minimization in the Reid Technique / Marianne Mason -- Chapter 5. The Discourse Structure of Blame Mitigation in a Police Interrogation / Philip Gaines -- Section 2. Police Interview Dynamics and Negotiation -- Chapter 6. Now the Rest of the Story: The Collaborative Production of Confession Narratives in Police Interrogations / Gary C. David and James Trainum -- Chapter 7. Patterns of Cooperation between Police Interviewers with Suspected Sex Offenders / Tatiana Tkacukova and Gavin E. Oxburgh -- Chapter 8. Supporting Competing Narratives: A Membership Categorization Analysis of Identity Work in Police-Detainee Talk / David Yoong and Ayeshah Syed -- Section 3. Discursive Transformations in Bilingual Police Interviews -- Chapter 9. Narrative Construction in Interpreted Police Interviews / Ikuko Nakane -- Chapter 10. Interactional Management in a Simulated Police Interview: Interpreters’ Strategies / Sandra Hale, Jane Goodman-Delahunty, and Natalie Martschuk -- Chapter 11. Non-Native Speakers, Miranda Rights, and Custodial Interrogation / Bethany K. Dumas -- Section 4. The Discursive Journey and Institutional Applications of Police Interviews -- Chapter 12. “Tell Me in Your Own Words…”: Reconciling Institutional Salience and Witness-Compatible Language in Police Interviews with Women Reporting Rape Nicci MacLeod -- Chapter 13. “Are You Saying You Were Stabbed . . . ?”: Multimodality, Embodied Action, and Dramatized Formulations in “Fixing” the Facts in Police Interviews with Suspects / Alison Johnson -- Chapter 14. Functions of Transmodal Metalanguage for Collaborative Writing in Police-Witness Interviews / Frances Rock -- Chapter 15. Reconstructing Suspects’ Stories in Various Police Record Styles / Tessa (T. C.) van Charldorp -- Chapter 16. Police Records in Court: The Narrative Fore- and Backgrounding of Information by Judges in Inquisitorial Criminal Court / Fleur van der Houwen.
Forensic linguistics, or the study of language and the law, is a growing field of scholarly and public interest with an established research presence. The Discourse of Police Interviews aims to further the discussion by analyzing how police interviews are constructed and used to investigate and prosecute crimes. The first book to focus exclusively on the discourses of police interviewing, The Discourse of Police Interviews examines leading debates, approaches, and topics in contemporary police interview research. Among other topics, the book explores the sociolegal, psychological, and discursive framework of popular police interview techniques employed in the United States and the United Kingdom, such as PEACE and Reid, and the discursive practices of institutional representatives like police officers and interpreters that can influence the construction and quality of linguistic evidence. Together, the contributions situate the police interview as part of a complex, and multistage, criminal justice process. The book will be of interest to both scholars and practitioners in a variety of fields, such as linguistic anthropology, interpreting studies, criminology, law, and sociology.





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