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4/29/2020· Linguistics

On The Devolution Of Political Slogans: Mike Will Get WHAT Done?

By: Dr. Alan Perlman

What kind of a political campaign would it be if we didn’t have slogans? The political slogan is like a brand name, a brief thought that somehow summarizes the campaign and a candidacy.

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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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6/17/2019· Linguistics

"You have the right to remain silent…": On Understanding the Miranda Warning (It's Not So Easy)

By: Dr. Alan Perlman

The famous Miranda warning – “you have the right to remain silent…” — is actually very difficult to understand, especially for non-native speakers, who often give up their rights without knowing what they are.

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9/1/2017· Linguistics

What plagiarism is - and is not

By: Dr. Alan M. Perlman

As a student, scholar, and professional writer, I have long been familiar with the standards governing academic honesty and plagiarism. I applied these to many academic publications, including my master's and doctoral theses. I dealt with student plagiarism at various times in my professorial career (1967-1980), and later, as a speechwriter and corporate communicator, I applied these standards to ensure that the content of my work products, including professional articles, was either original or properly attributed.

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10/21/2014· Linguistics

The Forensic Linguist and the Artful Dodger: Can People Deliberately Fake Their Writing Style?

By: Dr. Alan Perlman

Perhaps 25% of the cases I handle involve the authorship of anonymous, disputed, or forged documents. The client wants to know who's writing those nasty, threatening emails or letters. I typically ask the client for writing samples from the suspected author. Sometimes there's more than one suspect, and I have to decide which of them may be the author of the anonymous document(s).

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1/29/2014· Linguistics

Forensic Linguistics: Meaning, Authorship, and Originality

By: Dr. Alan Perlman

There are many different kinds, dozens of areas of emphasis. Ultimately one becomes one's own kind of linguist, depending on where one's interest and preferences lead.

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12/26/2013· Linguistics

Basic Forensic Linguistic Skills: How Text Sensitive Are You?

By: Dr. Alan Perlman

A forensic linguist must be exquisitely sensitive to nuances of text. Where a synonym exists, the very choice of each word represents a decision on the part of the author. Superimposed upon that is the way the word is spelled, abbreviated or capitalized. Truly, a text is a tangle of choices.

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6/21/2013· Linguistics

Forensic Linguistics: Financial Rhetoric and the Intent to Deceive

By: Dr. Alan Perlman

I advertise myself (accurately) as a "linguistics expert" so I sometimes get questions about language usage.

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9/30/2011· Linguistics

Heard The Latest About Forensic Linguistics?

By: Dr. Alan M. Perlman

It's not often that forensic linguistics makes the news. It's not nearly as sexy or yucky as the forensics that originates in the pathologist's lab or at the murder site.

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8/9/2011· Linguistics

Excerpts From Writing Great Speeches: Professional Techniques You Can Use (Part of the Essence of Public Speaking Series)

By: Alan Perlman

"Maybe you already have some or all of the content of your speech, in the form of 'topics I want to discuss' or 'points I want to make.'

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