Redefining Trial by Media

Towards a critical-forensic linguistic interface

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Redefining Trial by Media: Towards a critical-forensic linguistic interface applies a range of linguistic models to recast trial by media not as a sensationalist and infrequent phenomenon, but as a systematic and routine process. Using critical discourse analysis and cognitive linguistic models, this book builds a Spectrum of Trial by Media which views juries in criminal trials as moulded by ideological media-made constructions of crime. The role of these media constructions is enhanced by the isolation levied on jurors by the linguistic composition of trial language, and reinforced by the language strategies of legal professionals in court. Critically deconstructing media portrayals of crime and forensically examining the language of criminal proceedings, this book offers a redefinition of trial by media which casts the role of the press as much more prevalent in the courtroom trial than is presently appreciated.
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Table of Contents
Introduction
ix
Acknowledgements
xi
List of tables
xiii
Chapter 1. Defining the scope of the inquiry
1–43
Chapter 2. Direct and enhanced trial by media
45–101
Chapter 3. Media-made crime
103–164
Chapter 4. Reinforced Trial by Media: Smuggled narratives in court
165–224
Chapter 5. Reinforced Trial by Media: Evaluative key in court
225–284
Chapter 6. Conclusion: Reconceiving the jury
285–305
References
307–317
Name index
319–321
Subject index
323–325
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Communication Studies

Communication Studies
BIC Subject: CFG – Semantics, Pragmatics, Discourse Analysis
BISAC Subject: LAN009030 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / Pragmatics
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