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- ISBN: 978-3-643-91387-6
- Band Nr.: 12
- Jahr: 2022
- Seiten: 386
- Bindung: gebunden
- CHF: 49.90
In this volume, scholars explore and discuss current issues in Theoretical Legal Linguistics (TLL) and Applied Legal Linguistics (ALL), contributing to the growing body of international research in the field. Focus is placed on the interconnected skills, tasks and approaches to the study of legal language in its plethora of facets as presented at the first international conference and the second International Legal Linguistics Workshop (ILLWS19) of the Austrian Association for Legal Linguistics. The articles present research in the areas of contract interpretation, bijuralism, the European Reference Language System, clear language and communication in legal settings, issues in legal semantics, plain legal language in multilingual legislative drafting, legal language teaching, light verb constructions in legal German, forensic linguistic expert testimony, deontic modality in legislative drafting, migration and legal language, appeals in Russian and their qualification as language crimes, and graduation in the use of force statutes. The concepts, methods, and findings offer valuable insights into current research in legal linguistics.
Daniel Green is a university assistant at the Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU), Austria.
Luke Green is an independent researcher and linguistics podcaster in Vienna, Austria.
Both editors are executive board members of the Austrian Association for Legal Linguistics.