The Resource Language in court: the acceptance of linguistic evidence about Indigenous Australians in the criminal justice system, Diana Eades

Language in court: the acceptance of linguistic evidence about Indigenous Australians in the criminal justice system, Diana Eades

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Language in court: the acceptance of linguistic evidence about Indigenous Australians in the criminal justice system
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Language in court: the acceptance of linguistic evidence about Indigenous Australians in the criminal justice system
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Diana Eades
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eng
Summary
Review of the use of linguistic evidence in courts of law; examples of individual cases discussed; fabrication of confessions (verbals) - Stuart case, Condren case; issues related to the comprehension of English in legal cases; cross-cultural communication - Kina case, Aubrey case, Pinkenba case; cross-cultural training
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1953-
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Eades, Diana
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no index present
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non fiction
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Language in court: the acceptance of linguistic evidence about Indigenous Australians in the criminal justice system, Diana Eades
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Bibliography note
Bibliography: p.26-27
Extent
p. 15-27
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Language in court: the acceptance of linguistic evidence about Indigenous Australians in the criminal justice system, Diana Eades
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p.26-27
Extent
p. 15-27

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