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#1. The Language in Gender Discourses in the Court Trials
Sheilla Brooke
The objective of this work is to analyze the language in gender discourses in the court trials. The analysis seeks to understand which aspects of gender relations are brought to the fore substantiate the accusation and defense theses, explaining how the judges also contribute to producing gender senses. The reflection is based on sociology concept, which criticizes the supposed neutrality of showing how it is marked by power relations. From observations and ethnographies of the judgment ritual, it was possible to perceive that the gender social role is widely used and constitutes a central strategy in the court trials to attribute credibility not only to those involved, but to the versions that are in dispute, becoming an important resource of power in the court trials.
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#2. Functional Features of Forensic Corruption Case in Indonesia
Tengku Silvana Sinar
This study examines the multimodal use of language affecting the social interaction in the Indonesian Court for Corruption Crimes as the research data source. The objective is to analyze the metafunction multimodal functional features of law enforcement and witnesses in the proceedings of forensic corruption case in Indonesia. Multimodal theory as a new technology that has been invented by linguists was used in this research to analyse forensic language. The findings showed that the multimodal systems were valuable in analysing the forensic functional features in the court room and the functional features of representational, interactive and compositional meanings were present in the court room involving gestures, postures, gazes, nonverbal communication, eye contacts, etc.
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#3. TINJAUAN YURIDIS PUTUSAN MAHKAMAH KONSTITUSI NOMOR 25/PUUXIV/2016 DALAM HAL PERUBAHAN KETENTUAN PASAL 2 DAN 3 UNDANG- UNDANG NOMOR 20 TAHUN 2001 TENTANG TINDAK PIDANA KORUPSI
ANGGA ALFIYAN
Implementation of the Constitutional Court Decision Number 25 / PUU-XIV / 2016 In the matter of Amendments to the Provisions of Article 2 and 3 of Law Number 20 of 2001 concerning Corruption Crimes and Legal Effects Arising from the Decision of the Constitutional Court Decision Number 25 / PUU-XIV / 2016 in The Amendment to the Provisions of Article 2 and 3 of Law Number 20 of 2001 concerning Corruption. The results of this study are, Opinion of the word "Get" in Article 2 paragraph (1) and Article 3 means "possible", "potential", "can", "not necessarily". If the word "can" is omitted it will weaken Article 2 paragraph (1) and Article 3 of Law Number 31 Year 1999 as amended by Law Number 20 of 2001 concerning Eradication of Corruption, in the case of Corruption categorized as Extraordinary Crime Extraordinary Law law enforcement should be implemented not by weakening the legal basis in eradicating the Corruption.
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#4. Faces and Fingers: Authentication
Nathan Reitinger
One of the most shocking outcomes of the pre-digital law versus post-digital world is the currently unconfirmed holding that although law enforcement may not compel the production of a password to unlock a mobile device, a finger, and likely a face, is fair game. You may be forced to “look” at your iPhone or “press” your finger against its fingerprint reader, but recitation of your password is off the table. Both logically and legally this result is quizzical. Merging these divergent outcomes, which both end in the same result—access— is the aim of this Essay, using as fodder a technical understanding of “authentication,” the organic statute behind device unlock. Because the sine qua non of authentication is identification and verification, unlocking a device necessarily imparts a truth telling: an expression of exclusivity, ownership, and control. These qualities are inherently testimonial; therefore, compelled device unlock based on a fingerprint or facial scan should be deemed to infringe upon the Fifth Amendment’s protection...
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#5. Metapher in Gerichtssprache
Keyman Fuat, Janeth Wang, George Melon
Begriffliche Metapher definiert als die Abbildung einer mentalen Domäne in Bezug auf eine andere. Es ist die einheitliche kognitive Linguistik, die vielen unserer Alltagserfahrungen zugrunde liegt. Es gehört ausschließlich zur Literatursprache und gibt ein Beispiel dafür, wie wir in der Alltagssprache ständig Metaphern verwenden, um allgemeine Situationen zu beschreiben. In solchen Beispielen steckt ein Prinzip, das nichts mit Grammatik oder Lexik zu tun hat, sondern Teil des begrifflichen Sprachsystems ist. In diesem Artikel diskutieren wir einen neuartigen Ansatz in Bezug auf konzeptuelle Metaphern in Gerichtssprache.
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