TESL 548: Forensic Linguistics
Students will examine the complex relationship between language and the
law through a multidisciplinary investigation of spoken and written
texts as they relate to criminal or civil disputes. Course content will
be composed of three basic categories: spoken texts, written texts, and
legal issues involving language.
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