The Language of Sexual Crime
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Drawing together a diverse but focused group of international researchers for the first time in a single volume, The Language of Sexual Crime explores the role of language in the construction of identity of both perpetrators and victims of sexual violence, the ways in which language is used in the detection of sexually-motivated crime, and the articulation/manipulation of language in police interviews, the courtroom and the media.Palgrave MacMillan.
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