Entextualizing Domestic Violence: Language Ideology and Violence Against Women in the Anglo-American Hearsay Principle (Oxford Studies in Language and Law)
Huge Savings Item! Save 13% on the Entextualizing Domestic Violence: Language Ideology and Violence Against Women in the Anglo-American Hearsay Principle (Oxford Studies in Language and Law) by Oxford University Press at Translate This Website. MPN: 9780190225834. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Language ideology is a concept developed in linguistic anthropology to explain the ways in which ideas about the definition and functions of language
The book focuses on the pair of rules concerning hearsay and its exceptions in the Anglo-American law of evidence. Andrus considers legal discourses, including statutes, precedents, their application in trials, and the relationship between such legal discourses and social discourses about domestic violence. Using discourse analysis, she demonstrates the ways legal metadiscourses about hearsay are articulated with social discourses about domestic violence, and the impact of this powerful co-articulation on the individual whose speech is legally appropriated.
Andrus approaches legal rules and language ideology both diachronically and synchronically in this book, which will be an important addition to ongoing research and discussion on the role legal appropriation of speech may have in perpetuating the voicelessness of victims in the legal treatment of domestic violence.
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