|aLanguage in the negotiation of justice :|bcontexts, issues and applications /|cedited by Christopher Williams, University of Foggia, Italy; Girolamo Tessuto, Second University of Naples, Italy.
|aFarnham, Surrey, England :|bAshgate,|cc2013.
|aFarnham, Surrey, England :|bAshgate Publishing Limited,|c
|axv, 309 pages :|billustrations ;|c24 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|a'Mrs Buckley, you're telling a pack of lies' : cross-examination in the High Court of Justiciary in Edinburgh / William Bromwich -- Power in interruption in Chinese criminal courtroom discourse / Meizhen Bromwich -- 'For the reasons given above, I consider that the Courth should...' : a linguistic analysis of argumentation in the opinions of British and Italian advocates-general at the Court of Justice of the European Union / Judith Turnbull -- International commercial arbitration : a protected practice / Vijay K. Bhatia -- Arbitration across genres : from 'private resolution' to 'public war' / Isabel Corona -- Arbiter, arbitration : genesis of a functional word / Natale Rampazzo -- Restorative justice, a comparative analysis of discursive practices : dialogistic exchanges in the USA and Italy / Lucia Abbamonte and Flavia Cavaliere -- Participants' relationships in online dispute resolution : legal discourse as social practice / Olga Denti and Michela Giordano -- Negotiating legal identity online : narratives of drug use / Hugo Bowles and Valeria Moretti --Ethical particularism and contextualist interpretation in impossible attempts / Ross Charnock -- From primary legislation to public presence : the language of gay rights, from legislation to lobbying / Bronwen Hughes and Antonella Napolitano -- Shaping reality through metaphorical patterns in legislative texts on immigration : a corpus-assisted approach / Ersilia Incelli -- Legal linguistics as a line of study and an academic discipline / Tarja Salmi-Tolonen -- Learning to fly : the prospects for legal linguistics in the academic curriculum ... and beyond / Christopher Goddard.
|aWilliams, Christopher,|d1952-|eeditor of compilation.