The latest issue of International Journal of Speech Language and the Law 2013 is now available online. The contents of the issue are:
- Assessing perceived voice similarity using Multidimensional Scaling for the construction of voice parades by Kirsty McDougall;
- Bridging the gap between stylistic and cognitive approaches to authorship analysis using Systemic Functional Linguistics and multidimensional analysis by Andrea Nini, Tim Grant;
- Can I get a lawyer? A suspect’s use of indirect requests in a custodial setting by Marianne Mason;
- Effects of the telephone on perceived voice similarity: implications for voice line-ups by Francis Nolan, Kirsty McDougall, Toby Hudson;
- Interpreting, video communication and the sequential reshaping of institutional talk in the bilingual and distributed courtroom by Christian Licoppe, Maud Vernier;
- Where the science ends and the law begins: likelihood ratio-based forensic voice comparison in a $150 million telephone fraud by Phil Rose.