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6/21/2021· Linguistics

Applied Linguistics: Everyone Knows What "Steal" Means, Right?! Sting Operation

By: Dr. Margaret M. van Naerssen

This is a summary report on a sting operation case I worked on as an applied linguist. In it the target was a non-native English speaker with a beginner level of English proficiency. The sting setting was a discount store. The undercover officer attempted to persuade a store employee to buy jugs of alleged stolen liquid detergent for sale in the store.

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3/13/2020· Product Liability

Approaching Product Liability as an Expert Witness

By: Meyer Rosen

The successful attorney-chemical expert “dyad” is, in my opinion, critically dependent on creating a trusting, workable, two-way communication. The expert must be able to educate the attorney in the complexities of the subject case, so that the attorney is comfortable in mediation or court procedures.

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6/17/2009· Linguistics

Forensic Linguists: When Does a Lawyer Need One?

By: Dr. Alan M. Perlman

When does a lawyer need a linguist? As Roger Shuy, one of the most pre-eminent forensic linguists, has observed, the interpretation and application of the law are overwhelmingly about language

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