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The discourse of police interviews

The discourse of police interviews

Author: Marianne Mason; Frances Rock
Publisher: Chicago The University of Chicago Press 2020
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marianne Mason; Frances Rock
ISBN: 9780226647654 022664765X 9780226647791 022664779X
OCLC Number: 1286864245
Description: xi, 375 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction / Marianne Mason. - The discourse of Reid and PEACE.. - When police interview victims of sexual assault: comparing written guidance to interactional practice / Elizabeth Stokoe, Charles Antaki, Emma Richardson, and Sara Willott. - Obtaining valid discourse from suspects peace-fully: what role for rapport and empathy? / Ray Bull and Bianca Baker. - The guilt-presumptive nature of custodial interrogations in the United States: the use of confrontation, appeals to self-interest, and sympathy/minimization in the reid technique / Marianne Mason. - The discourse structure of blame mitigation in a police interrogation / Philip Gaines. - Police interview dynamics and negotiation. - Now the rest of the story: the collaborative production of confession narratives in police interrogations / Gary C. David and James Trainum. - Patterns of cooperation between police interviewers with suspected sex offenders / Tatiana Tkacukova and Gavin E. Oxburgh. - Supporting competing narratives: a membership categorization analysis of identity work in police-detainee talk / David Yoong and Ayeshah Syed. - Discursive transformations in bilingual police interviews. - Narrative construction in interpreted police interviews / Ikuko Nakane. - Interactional management in a simulated police interview: interpreters' strategies / Sandra Hale, Jane Goodman-Delahunty, and Natalie Martschuk. - Non-native speakers, Miranda rights, and custodial interrogation / Bethany K. Dumas. The discursive journey and institutional applications of police interviews. - "Tell me in your own words": reconciling institutional salience and witness-compatible language in police interviews with women reporting rape / Nicci MacLeod. - "Are you saying you were stabbed ...?": multimodality, embodied action, and dramatized formulations in "fixing" the facts in police interviews with suspects / Alison Johnson. - Functions of transmodal metalanguage for collaborative writing in police-witness interviews / Frances Rock. - Reconstructing suspects' stories in various police record styles / Tessa (T.C.) van Charldorp. - Police records in court: the narrative fore- and backgrounding of information by judges in inquisitorial criminal court / Fleur van der Houwen.
Responsibility: edited by Marianne Mason and Frances Rock.


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