Journal

The International Journal of Speech, Language and the Law (IJSLL)

Volume 1

Index of Articles

A critical examination of assumptions underlysing the cusum technique of forensic linguistics (A. J. Sanford, J.P. Aked, L. M. Moxey and J.Mullin) II, 151
An overview of forensic phonetics with particular reference to speaker identification (P. French) II, 169
Deceit, distress and false imprisonment: the anatomy of a car sales event (R. W. Shuy) II, 133
ESDA and the analysis of contested contemporaneous notes of police interviews (T. Davis) I, 71
Forensic linguistics in Australia: an overview (D. Eades) II, 113
Language as evidence: the linguist as expert witness in North American courts (J. N. Levi) I, 1
On the problem of speaker indentification by victims and witnesses (H. Künzel) I, 45
On the use of corpora in the analysis of forensic texts (M. Coulthard) I, 27
Regina versus Neil Scobie (E. McClelland) II, 223
Spectrographic analysis of a cockpit voice recorder tape (A. Hirson and D. M. Howard) I, 59
The audio going with the video - some observations on the Rodney King case (A. Braun) II, 217
The structure of forensic handwriting and signature comparisons (B. Found, D. Dick and D. Rogers) II, 183
The Yorkshire Ripper enquiry: Part I (S. Ellis) II, 197
The Yorkshire Ripper enquiry: Part II (J. Windsor Lewis) II, 207

Index of Authors

Aked, J. P. II, 151 Howard, D. M. I, 59
Braun, A. II, 217 Künzel, H. I, 45
Coulthard, M. I, 27 Levi, J. N. I, 1
Davis, T. I, 71 McClelland, E. II, 223
Dick, D. II, 183 Moxey, L. M. II, 151
Eades, D. II, 113 Mullin, J. II, 151
Ellis, S. II, 197, 207 Rogers, D. II, 183
Found, B. II, 183 Sanford, A. J. II, 151
French, P. II, 169 Shuy, R. W. II, 133
Hirson, A. I, 59 Windsor Lewis, J. II, 207

Books Reviewed

H. Kniffka (ed.) Texte zu Theorie und Praxis forensischer Linguistik (H. Hubbard) I, 91
J. N. Levi and A. G. Walker (eds) Language in the Judicial Process (J. P. Kaplan) I, 94
Volume 2

Index of Articles

A new jitter-algorithm to quantify hoarseness: an exploratory study (I. Wagner) I, 18
Bringing linguistics into judicial decision-making: smentic analysis submitted to the US Supreme Court (J. P. Kaplan, G. M. Green, C. D. Cunningham and J. N. Levi) I, 81
Chinese evidence versus the institutionalized power of English (W. Wu) II, 154
Criteria for earwitness lineups (H. Hollien, R. Huntley, H. Künzel and P. A. Hollien) II, 143
Forensic stylistics (D. Goutsos) I, 99
Language and the law (C. R. Owen) II, 168
Naïve auditory identification and discrimination of similar voices by familiar listeners (P. Rose and S. Duncan) I, 1
Orientations in lawyer-client interviews (Y. Maley, C .N. Candlin, J. Crichton and P. Köster) I, 42
Psychological stress in voice: current references (H. Hollien and G. de Jong II, 201
Spectrography of disputed speech samples by peripheral human hearing modelling (D. M. Howrard, A. Hirson, T. Brookes and A. M. Tyrrell) I, 28
The language of the suffrage debates in the South Australian Parliment, 1885-94 (L. Penny, S. Fitzhardinge and H. Materne) I, 56
The language of threats (K. Storey) I, 74
The use of interpreters in court (J. Carroll) I, 65
The 'why' questions (J. Gibbons) I, 39

Index of Authors

Brookes, T. I, 28 Jong, G. de II, 201
Candlin, C. N. I, 42 Kaplan, J. P. I, 81
Carroll, J. I, 65 Köster, P. I, 42
Crichton, J. I, 42 Künzel, H. II, 143
Cunningham, C. D. I, 81 Levi, J. N. I, 81
Duncan, S. I, 1 Maley, Y. I, 42
Fitzhardinge, S. I, 56 Materne, H. I, 56
Gibbons, J. I, 39 Owen, C. R. II, 168
Goutson, D. I, 99 Penny, L. I, 56
Green, G.M. I, 81 Rose, P. I, 1
Hirson, A. I, 28 Storey, K I, 74
Hollien, H. II, 143, 201 Tyrrell, A. M. I, 28
Hollien, P. A. II, 143 Wagner, I. I, 18
Howard, D. M. I, 28 Wu, W. II, 154
Huntley, R. II, 143

Books Reviewed

John Baldwin and Peter French Forensic Phonetics (M. Duckworth) I, 121
Cambridge Research Laboratories Police Communication and Language and the Channel Tunnel: A Report (I.Barrière) I, 125
J. Gibbons (ed.) Language and the Law (C. Owen) II, 168
K. Laster and V. Taylor Interpreters and the Legal System (M. Cooke) I, 126
Gerald R. McMenamin Forensic Stylistics (D. Goutsos) I, 99
Gerald R. McMenamin Forensic Stylistics: A Workbook (C. Owen) I, 115
L. Robinson Handbook for Legal Interpreters (M. Cooke) I, 132
Gail Stygall Trial Language: Differential Discourse Processing and Discursive Formation (J. Ainsworth) II, 194
Roger Shuy Language Crimes (R. Lakoff) II, 189
Volume 3

Index of Articles

A different story: narrative versus 'question and answer' in Aboriginal evidence (M. Cooke) II, 273
A report on a voice disguise experiment (H. Mastoff) I, 160
A report on the acoustic effects of one type of disguise (R. M. de Figueiredo and H. de Souza Britto) I, 168
Age estimation by different listener groups (A. Braun) I, 65
Allusions and other 'innuendo' meanings in libel actions: the value of semantic and pragmatic evidence (A. Durant) II, 195
Can linguists help judges known what they mean? Linguistic semantics in the courtroom (C. Coddard) II, 250
Conducting research on the effects of intoxication on speech (H. Hollien and C. A. Martin) I, 107
Consideration of guidlines for earwitness lineups (H. Hollien) I, 14
Distortions of the police interview process revealed by video-tape (J. Gibbons) II, 289
Earwitness identification: common ground, disputed territory and uncharted areas (A. P. A. Broeders) I, 3
Evaluation of a foreign language speaker in forensic phonetics: a report (N. O. Schiller and O. Köster) I, 176
Formant trajectories as indices of phonetic variation for speaker identification (J. C. L. Ingram, R. Prandolini and S. Ong) I, 129
Fundamental frequency vector for a speaker identification system (M. Jiang) I, 95
Identical twins, different voices (F. Nolan and T. Oh) I, 39
Identifying Dr Schneider's voice: an adventure in forensic speaker indentification (H. J. Künzel) I, 146
Inferring health claims: a case study (D. W. Green) II, 299
Integrated approach to speaker recognition in forensic applications (W. Majewski and C. Basztura) I, 50
Preparing a voice lineup (F. Nolan and E. Grabe) I, 74
Psycho-linguistic analysis of tax judgments (N. McLeod) II, 232
Readers' comprehension of temporary restraining orders in domestic violence cases: a missing link in abuse prevention? (J. F. Stratman and P. Dahl) II, 211
The influence of style-shifting on voice identification (R. Huntley Bahr and K. J. Pass) I, 24
The problem of F0 and real-life speaker indentification: a case study (D. Boss) I, 155

Index of Authors

Bastuta, C. I, 50 Jiang, M. I, 95
Boss, D. I, 155 Köster, O. I, 176
Braun, A. I, 65 Künzel, H. J. I, 146
Broeders, A. P. A. I, 3 McLeod, N. II, 232
Cooke, M. II, 273 Majewski, W. I, 50
Dahl, P. II, 211 Martin, C. A. I, 107
Durant, A. II, 195 Mastoff, H. I, 160
Figueiredo, R. M. de I, 168 Nolan, F. I, 39, 74
Gibbons, J. II, 289 Oh, T. I, 39
Goddard, C. II, 250 Ong, S. I, 129
Grabe, E. I, 74 Pass, K. J. I, 24
Green, D. W. II, 299 Prandolini, R. I, 129
Hollien, H. I, 14, 107 Schiller, N. O. I, 176
Huntley Behr, R. I, 24 Souza Britto, H. de I, 168
Ingram J. C. L. I, 129 Stratman, J. F. II, 211

Books Reviewed

Robert F. Barsky Constructing a Productive Other: Discourse Theory and the Convention Refugee Hearing (D. Gandhi) II, 323
Diano Eades (ed.) Language in Evidence: Issues Confronting Aboriginal and Multicultural Australia (Mee Wun Lee) II, 328
Harry Hollien The Acoustics of Crime: The New Science of Forensic Phonetics (M. K. C. MacMahon) II, 334
Gail Stygall Trial Language: Differential Discourse Processing and Discursive Formation (R. W. Shuy in response to J. Ainsworth) II, 339
Volume 4

Index of Articles

A failed appeal (M. Coulthard) II, 287
Clash of world perspectives: the discursive practices of the law, the witness and the interpreter (S. Hale) II, 197
Different influences of the native language of a listener on speaker recognition (O. Köster and N. O. Schiller) I, 18
Investigation into the claim of weighted Cusum in authorship attribution studies (D. Canter and J. Chester) II, 252
KISSing the jury: advantages and limitations of the 'keep it simple' principle in the presentation of expert evidence to courts and juries (K. Storey-White) II, 280
Phonetic manisfestations of cognitive and physical stress in trained and untrained police officers (Marianne Jessen) I, 125
Phonological variation in speaker identification (S. Moosmüller) I, 29
Problems of voice line-ups (A. Stuart Laubstein) II, 262
Some general phonetic and forensic aspects of speaking tempo (H. J. Künzel) I, 48
Speaker-specific information in voice quality parameters (Michael Jessen) I, 84
Ten unanswered language question about Miranda (R. W. Shuy) II, 175
Textual kidnapping - a case of plagiarism among three student texts? (A. Johnson) II, 210
The classification of different phonation types in emotional and neutral speech (G. Klasmeyer and W. F. Sendlmeier) I, 104
The dictation and alteration of text (J. Olsson) II, 226
The effect of removing linguistic information upon identifying speakers of a foreign language (N. O. Schiller, O. Köster and M. Duckworth) I, 1
The imitated voice - a problem for voice line-ups? (F. Schlichting and K. P. H. Sullivan) I, 148

Index of Authors

Canter, D. II, 252 Künzel, H.J. I, 48
Chester, J. II, 252 Moosmüller, S. I, 29
Coulthard, M. II, 287 Olsson, J. II, 226
Duckworth, M. I,1 Schiller, N.O. I, 1, 18
Hale, S. II,197 Schlichting, F. I, 148
Jessen, Marianne I, 125 Sendlmeier, W. F. I, 104
Jessen, Michael I, 84 Shuy, R. W. II, 175
Johnson, A. II, 210 Storey-Whte, K. II, 280
Klasmeyer, G. I, 104 Stuart Laubstein, A. II, 262
Köster, O. I, 1, 18 Sullivan, K. P. H. I, 148

Books Reviewed

Judith N. Levi Language and Law: A Bibliographic Guide to Social Science Research in the U.S.A. (Edward Finegan) II, 303
Bernard S. Jackson Making Sense in Law (Lawrence M. Solan) II, 305