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作者 Oxburgh, Gavin
書名 Communication in Investigative and Legal Contexts : Integrated Approaches from Forensic Psychology, Linguistics and Law Enforcement
出版項 New York : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2015
©2015
國際標準書號 9781118769218 (electronic bk.)
9781118769232
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版本 1st ed
說明 1 online resource (376 pages)
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系列 Wiley Series in Psychology of Crime, Policing and Law Ser
Wiley Series in Psychology of Crime, Policing and Law Ser
附註 Intro -- Title page -- Table of Contents -- Notes on Editors -- Notes on Contributors -- Series Preface -- 1 Communication in Investigative and Legal Settings: Introduction and Contexts -- Introduction -- Forensic linguistics -- Professionalization of interviewing -- Global coherence -- Outline of book -- References -- Section I: Communication, Language and Memory -- 2 Exploring Types and Functions of Questions in Police Interviews -- Introduction -- Conclusion -- References -- 3 Recall, Verbatim Memory and Remembered Narratives -- Introduction -- What is episodic memory? -- Is the retrieval of episodic memory direct or generative? -- How are episodic memories validated and communicated? -- Practice -- Conclusion -- References -- Section II: Communicating with Victims and Witnesses -- 4 Interviewing Child Witnesses -- Introduction -- Developmental Considerations -- Characteristics of Language -- Pre-substantive considerations -- Different Types of Interviewer Utterance -- Children and institutionalized legal language -- Putting theory into practice -- References -- 5 Interviewing Adult Witnesses and Victims -- Introduction -- The Cognitive Interview -- Building rapport -- Asking questions -- Memory retrieval -- Interviewer communication style -- Current training efforts -- Future directions for research -- References -- 6 The Role of Initial Witness Accounts within the Investigative Process -- Introduction -- What are initial accounts and who elicits them? -- What should be considered when eliciting an initial account? -- How do the goals of initial accounts differ from the goals of subsequent interviews? -- Does the format of the initial account matter? -- Does the quality of the initial account affect the quality of subsequent accounts? -- Does providing an initial account inoculate against the effects of misleading questions?
Do inconsistencies between the initial and subsequent account(s) mean that the witness is unreliable? -- Summary and conclusions -- References -- Section III: Communicating with Suspects -- 7 Interviewing Suspected Offenders -- Introduction -- Background and history of interviewing -- Models of interrogation and investigative interviewing -- 'Interview' versus 'interrogation' -- Questioning strategies -- Questions and answers -- Discussion -- Conclusion -- References -- 8 A (Nearly) 360° Perspective of the Interrogation Process: Communicating with High-Value Targets -- Introduction -- Interrogator Perspective -- Supporting Communication through Interpreters -- Supporting information elicitation through analysis -- A (nearly) 360° perspective -- Towards a learning organization -- Acknowledgement -- References -- Section IV: Communicating in the Courtroom -- 9 Courtroom Questioning and Discourse -- Introduction -- Problems with cross-examination -- Where to from here? Reform options -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgement -- References -- 10 Expert Witness Communication -- Introduction -- What the Legal System asks of Experts -- How Lawyers Wish their Experts to Communicate -- The Expert's Dilemma Over What to Say and How to Say It -- Conclusions -- Acknowledgement -- References -- Section V: Specific Communicative Tasks -- 11 Hostage and Crisis Negotiation, Perspectives on an Interactive Process -- From hostage to crisis negotiation -- Conclusion -- References -- 12 Verbal Lie Detection -- Importance of verbal communication in lie detection -- Verbal lie detection tools -- Interviewing to detect deception -- Interpersonal processes and deception -- Conclusion -- References -- 13 Vulnerable Individuals, Intermediaries and Justice -- Vulnerable Individuals and the Use of Intermediaries -- The Intermediary: A Developmental History in the UK
The Vulnerable Witness: An Example -- The Vulnerable Suspect during Police Interviews -- The Vulnerable Defendant at Court -- Concluding Remarks -- References -- 14 The Interpreter-Mediated Police Interview -- Introduction -- Interpreting as triadic communication -- A police perspective of the interpreted interview -- Interview techniques used with witnesses: theory and practice -- Oral and written phases of statement-taking -- Cognitive interviews and interpreters -- Chuchotage and 'long consecutive' techniques -- Impact upon written statement-taking procedures with an interpreter -- Interpreted witness evidence - from interview to courtroom -- References -- Acts of Parliament, Codes and Directives -- Section VI: Conclusions and Future -- 15 Improving Communicative Practice: Beyond the Cognitive Interview for Adult Eyewitnesses -- Introduction -- The cognitive interview in practice -- Where to from here? -- Frontline interviews -- Innovations -- Interviews by criminal investigators -- Type of offending -- Characteristics of the interviewee -- Conclusion -- References -- 16 Communication in Forensic Contexts: Future Directions and Conclusions -- Introduction -- Future research -- Conclusion -- References -- Index -- End User License Agreement
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
鏈接 Print version: Oxburgh, Gavin Communication in Investigative and Legal Contexts : Integrated Approaches from Forensic Psychology, Linguistics and Law Enforcement New York : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,c2015 9781118769232
主題 Examination of witnesses
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Alt Author Myklebust, Trond
Grant, Tim
Milne, Rebecca D
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