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Telling and retelling your story in court: : questions, assumptions and intercultural implications, Diana Eades

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Telling and retelling your story in court: : questions, assumptions and intercultural implications
Title
Telling and retelling your story in court:
Title remainder
questions, assumptions and intercultural implications
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Diana Eades
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Language
eng
Summary
Presents a sociolinguistic examination of the ways in which stories are told and retold in the criminal justice process, particularly in court; examines issues such as consistency and inconsistency, and the role of questions in shaping a person's story and the implications of the court's distinctive assumptions and practices for Aboriginal people; raises questions aboutalternative approaches to storytelling and retelling in court [ from abstract p. 209]
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1953-
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Eades, Diana
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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Telling and retelling your story in court: : questions, assumptions and intercultural implications, Diana Eades
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Bibliography note
Bibliography p. 226-230
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M0041813
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Telling and retelling your story in court: : questions, assumptions and intercultural implications, Diana Eades
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography p. 226-230
Control code
M0041813

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