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特别报道:第七界国际法律语言学大会在英国召开


第七界国际法律语言学大会大会议程安排

 

Conference Programme

Day 1:Friday July 1st 2005

11.00 –1.00

Registration -Humanities Refectory (Ground Floor,Humanities Building -No 16on campus map)

12.45 –1.45

Welcome Lunch -Humanities Refectory (Ground Floor,Humanities Building)

1.45-2.15

Conference Opening and Welcome -Room 2.01(2nd Floor,Humanities Building)

2.30-6.00

Parallel Sessions -Rooms 2.01and 2.03(2nd Floor,Humanities Building)

 

 

Room 2.01

Room 2.03

2.30-3.00

Chair: Tim Grant

Hannes Kniffka
Bonn University

Orthographic Data in forensic linguistic authorship analysis

Chair: Sue Blackwell

Bart DeFrancq
Ghent University

Europe's constitution:a terminological battleground

3.00-3.30

Georgia Frantzeskou,Efstathios Stamatatos and Stefanos Gritzalis
University of the Aegean,Greece

Source Code Authorship Analysis using N-grams

Richard Creech
Attorney-at-Law

Language Law and Celtic Identity in the European Union

3.30-4.00

Tea/Coffee

Tea/Coffee

4.00-4.30

Chair: Malcolm Coulthard

Sam Tomblin
Cardiff University

Author Online:Evaluating the Use of the World Wide Web in Cases of Forensic Authorship Analysis

Chair: Diana Eades

Isabel Gomez Diez
Universiteit Antwerpen (Belgium)and Universidad Pompeu Fabra (Spain)

The transformation of asylum seekers’narratives through the asylum procedure

4.30-5.00

Tim Grant
University of Leicester

Quantifying evidence in forensic authorship analysis

Yves Talla Sando Ouafeu
Universität Freiburg in Breigau,Germany

The Use of Prosodic clues in the identification of the national origin of English-speaking African Asylum seekers in Germany:Focus on Cameroon and Nigerian English speakers

5.00-5.30

Carole Chaski
Institute for Linguistic Evidence,Inc

Alternative Distance Measures for Validating the Syntactic Analysis Method

Susanne van der Kleij
Radboud University Nijmegen/Ministry of Justice,The Netherlands

Interruptions in Asylum Narratives at the Dutch Immigration Service

5.30-6.00

Marta Sanchez,Jaume Llopis and M.Teresa Turell
Universitat Pompeu Fabra,Barcelona

Intra and Inter-author comparisons:the case of function Words:Are function words really functional in stylometric studies of authorship attribution?

Victor J.Boucher
Universitéde Montréal

On the measurable linguistic correlates of deceit in recounting passed events

6.00-6.15

Transfer to Julian Hodge Lecture Theatre for Plenary

 

 

6.15 -7.15pm

Plenary Talk -Julian Hodge Building Lecture Theatre

Detective Inspector Kerry Marlow

The Development of Investigative Interviewing:
Anew phenomenon in British policing

7.30pm

Welcome drinks reception

(University Main Building)

Sponsored by Palgrave

Wine and Nibbles


Day 2:Saturday July 2nd 2005

 

Room 2.01

Room 2.03

9.00-9.30

Chair: Chris Heffer

Roger Shuy
Georgetown University

When All Else Fails,Be Ambiguous:A Prosecution Strategy in the International Criminal Tribunal on Yugoslavia

Chair: Krzysztof Kredens

Jordi Cicres and M Teresa Turell
Universitat Pompeu Fabra,Barcelona

Short and long-term variation in intonation patterns:a preliminary study for speaker identification

9.30-10.00

Ogone John Obiero
Maseno University,Kenya

Injustice in Discourse of Cross-Examination

Peter Smith and Gea de Jong
City University,London

Speaker Identification:Function Words and Beyond

10.00-10.30

Amy Wang
Lancaster University

When precision meets vagueness:a corpus-assisted approach to vagueness in Taiwanese and British courtrooms

Viktoria Papp
Rice University,Houston TX

Perception of similar voices and the similarity criterion in voice lineups

10.30-11.00

Farinde Raifu Olanrewaju
University of Wales,Bangor

Power and Asymmetries in the Nigerian Courtroom System

Mark Griffiths
Cardiff University

Towards the audiofit -non-linguists’perceptions and articulations of unknown voices in a forensic context

11.00-11.30

Tea/Coffee

Tea/Coffee

11.30-12.00

Chair: John Gibbons

Robert Rodman,Erik Eriksson and Robert Hubal
North Carolina State University,USA,UmeåUniversity, Sweden and RTI International,North Carolina,USA

Deducing emotions from speech:Forensic implications

No parallel session

12.00-12.30

Allan Bell
Auckland University of Technology

Advocating indigenous language rights in the courts:Maori language television in Aotearoa/New Zealand

 

12.30-1.00

Du Jinbang
Guangdong University of Foreign Studies

Information Processing and Utilization in Courtroom Interactions

 

1.00-2.00

Lunch

Lunch

2.00-2.30

Chair: Gill Grebler

Ruth Lanouette
Lawrence University,USA

An Examination of a Pro Se Defense

Chair: Peter Tiersma

Nicola Langton
Cardiff University

Cleaning up the Act

2.30-3.00

Judith Rochecouste and Rhonda Oliver
Monash University and Edith Cowan University,Australia

Evidential strategies used by expert witnesses

Sophie Cacciaguidi-Fahy
National University of Ireland,Galway

The ‘liaison dangereuse’between individual liability and collective guilt:interpreting the language of Article 7(1)of the ICTYstatute

3.00-3.30

Fleur van der Houwen
University of Southern California

Negotiating disputes through formulations and decisions

Wojciech Kwarcinski
Adam Mickiewicz University,Poznan,Poland

Some parallels between pragmalinguistic and legal models of interpretation

3.30-4.00

Tea/Coffee

Tea/Coffee

4.00-4.30

Chair: Dennis Kurzon

Godfrey A.Steele
University of the West Indies,St.Augustine

The language of the law and the interpretation of the law: Issues of language and communication

Chair: Richard Creech

Chris Heffer
Nottingham Trent University,UK

Jury Instruction as Communication Process

 

4.30-5.00

Luciana Romano Morilas
UNESP Araraquara,São Paulo,Brazil

Interaction and power in written Brazilian forensic texts

Michael Walsh
University of Sydney,Australia

Educating the judge?Linguistic evidence in Native Title and land claim cases in Australia

 

5.00-5.30

Larry Solan
Brooklyn Law School

Pernicious Ambiguity in Legal Texts

Weiming Liu
Northwest University of Political Science &Law,Xi'an, Shaanxi,P.R.China

Illocutionary and Perlocutionary Acts in Chinese Judge’s Attached Discourse

5.30-7.00

 Break

 

 

Aberdare Hall

7pm

Pre-Dinner Drinks Reception

7.30pm

IAFL Cardiff Conference Dinner


Day 3:Sunday July 3rd 2005

9.15-10.15 am

Julian Hodge Building Lecture Theatre

IAFL Keynote Speaker:

Professor John Gibbons

Hong Kong Baptist University /University of Sydney

President of the International Association of Forensic Linguists

Pressure Points:How witnesses come to agree with what they do not believe

 

 

Room 2.01

Room 2.03

Room X0.04

10.30-11.00

Chair: Peter Patrick

Dennis Kurzon
University of Haifa,Israel

Interpretation without linguistics:The case of Newdow

Chair: Carole Chaski


Krzysztof Kredens
University of Lodz

Lexicography and the ownership of language –a case study

 

11.00-11.30

Tea/Coffee

Tea/Coffee

 

11.30-12.00

Chair: Janet Cotterill

Terry Royce
Teachers College,Columbia University (Tokyo,Japan)

The Negotiator and the Bomber:an interactive analysis of active listening in crisis negotiations

Chair: Maite Turell

María Ángeles Orts
Universidad de Murcia

Business,company or corporation?The hidden dimension to contemplate when translating Company Law into Spanish

 

12.00-12.30

Ron Butters and Jackson Nichols
Duke University

What Can Go Wrong When Linguists Testify in American Trademark Litigation

Blake Stephen Howald
University of Detroit Mercy School of Law

Comparative and Non-Comparative Forensic Linguistic Analysis Techniques:Methodologies for Negotiating the Interface of Linguistics and Evidentiary Jurisprudence in American Criminal Procedure

 

12.30-1.00

Break

Break

 

1.00-2.00

Lunch

Lunch

 

2.00-2.30

Chair: Frances Rock

Burns Cooper
University of Alaska Fairbanks

Justice a la Mode:Potential pitfalls of electronic modes of courtroom discourse

Chair: Silke Kirschner

Alma Ortiz
CELE-UNAM-MÉXICO Foreign Language Learning Centre –National Autonomous University of México

Testing the Reading Ability of University Law Students in Mexico

Symposium:

NB 2.00-5.30

Language analysis in Asylum Cases:Defining a New Branch of Forensic Linguistics

(Coordinator:Maaike Verrips)

Welcome:defining a new branch of forensic linguistics
Maaike Verrips,de Taalstudio

2.30-3.00

Alison Johnson
University of Birmingham

"From where are sat"Achieving a change of state in suspect and witness
knowledge through evaluation in the police interview

Christian Braun,Silvia Hansen-Schirra,Kerstin Kunz and Stella Neumann
Saarland University

The Syntactic Complexity of German Legalese -An Empirical Approach

NB 2.00-5.30

Forensic linguistics and language analysis in asylum seeker cases:The development of Guidelines by an international group of linguists
Diana Eades,University of New England

LINGUA -More than guidelines
Eric Baltisberger,LINGUA

On the collection of ‘useful and reliable data’
Maaike Verrips &Suzanne Dikker,de Taalstudio

Problems, prospects and perspectives on language analysis in UK refugee status determination
Peter L Patrick,University of Essex,&Nick Oakeshott,Refugee Legal Centre

The use of spontaneous or elicited loanwords in determining national origin/socialization in cases of languages spoken in more than one country:a procedure
Dieke Rietkerk,freelance language analyst

The significance of Sudan for forensic linguistics
Al-Amin Abu-Manga,University of Khartoum

Discussion

[Alternate paper:Supplementing the Language Analyst’s Intuitions with Empirical Consultation Work on Acceptability,Oscar Nkulu,freelance linguist]

NB 2.00-5.30

3.00-3.30

Susan Berk-Seligson
Vanderbilt University

False confession:linguistic and extralinguistic evidence of coercion in a police interrogation

Maurice Varney

"You have already won a guaranteed major prize".The use of language to deceive and rob

 

3.30-4.00

Tea/Coffee

Tea/Coffee

 

4.00-4.30

Chair: Ron Butters

Deborah Bradford and Jane Goodman-Delahunty
University of New South Wales

Truthful vs.deceptive confessions:Investigating the performance of statement analysis techniques at detecting deception in the confessional context

Chair: Michelle Aldridge

Bencie Woll and Joanna Atkinson
City University London

Deaf and No Language:Communication and the Law

 

4.30-5.00

Margaret van Naerssen
Immaculata University and University of Pennsylvania

Testing for Possible Faking of Language Proficiency by Defendants

Frances Rock
Roehampton University

Writing rights right or writing them off?The utility of written rights information in police custody

 

5.00-5.30

Gill Grebler
Linguistic and Cultural Forensics

“And then what did she say?”making confession statements believable and compelling (even when they are false)

Amy Pi-Chan Hu
National Cheng-chi University,Taipei,Taiwan

On the Precision of Pronouns:The Mountain Is Ours

 

5.30-6.00

Mel Greenlee
California Appellate Project

“At that time my speaking doesn’t make any sense”: Interpreters and capital error

 

 

6.00-7.00

IAFL AGM-Room 2.01

 

 

7.30

Dinner
Cardiff Bay
(self-financed but transport provided!)

 

 

 

Day 4: Monday July 4th 2005

 

Room 2.01

Room 2.03

9.00-10.30

Symposium 1:
Plain Language and Transparent Legal System for Lay People

(Coordinator:Mami Hiraike Okawara)

Symposium 2:
Studies in Forensic Linguistics for Pre-Law Students

(Coordinator:William G.Eggington)

10.30-11.00

Tea/Coffee

Tea/Coffee

11.30-12.00

Chair: Mami Okawara

Michelle Aldridge and June Luchjenbroers
Cardiff University and University of Wales,Bangor

Questions, Metaphors and Frames:Methods of manipulation,and subsequent analysis

 

Chair: Susan Berk-Seligson

Sandra Evans
The University of the West Indies,St.Augustine Campus, Trinidad and Tobago

The Use of Court Clerks as 'Makeshift'Legal Interpreters in St Lucian Courts

12.00-12.30

Sue Blackwell,Jess Shapero and Willem Meijs
University of Birmingham

Texts of Murder and Martyrdom

Clive Forrester
University of the West Indies,Mona,Jamaica


The Discourse of Time in the Jamaican Courtroom: Creole speaking witness meets English speaking counsel

12.30-1.00

Richard Powell
Nihon Unversity,Tokyo

Motivations for codeswitching in Malaysian courtrooms

 

1.00-2.00

Lunch

Lunch

2.00-2.30

Chair: Alison Johnson

Silke Kirschner
Serious Crime Analysis Section,National Crime and Operations Faculty

Behavioural consistency?Linguistic concepts of variation and the analysis of speech in case linkage

Chair: Michael Walsh

Natalie Stroud
Monash University,Melbourne,Australia

The Koori Court in Victoria:a response to the over-representation of Indigenous Australians in the Criminal Justice System

2.30-3.00

Cecilia Joseph
University of Malaya and Cardiff University


Listening to manage resistance to talk:Balancing neutrality and affiliation in forensic interviews with children

Lysbeth Ford and Dominic McCormack
Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education,NT Australia and MARLUK Link-Up,Darwin,NT Australia


The Murrinh-patha Legal Glossary:a bridge between laws

3.00-3.30

Carol Morgan
Children's Justice Center of Utah County /Child Witness Institute, Portland

“What happens”in child forensic interviewing:Increasing event detail by improving narrative elicitation

 

3.30-4.00

Tea/coffee and goodbyes

 

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