This blog is educational and for sharing ideas (not for debates). It’s an introductory course in Comparative Forensic Linguistics Analysis for bilingual (Spanish-English) professionals or readers interested in this topic. I will be publishing my posts mainly in Spanish, but many of my examples, articles or recommended videos, will be in English. I might review cases and examples in other languages only if I find a specialist who can do the comparative analysis either in Spanish or English. My posts will follow a specific academic and practical order and will be published in the language they were written. Any reply or comment to this blog can be made in any of these two languages.
Comments and participation from linguists and readers interested in Forensic Linguistics or justice will be welcome as well as the participation of specialists in such diverse areas as:
– Semiotics – Sociolinguistics …
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