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Carried out activities and publications

 

PUBLICATIONS

  • Crespo, M. (2017). Presea y su aplicación forense. LinRed (Lingüística en la Red). Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Alcalá.
  • Crespo M. (2017). Corpus ForenUCA: diseño, objetivos y estado actual. Actas del XXXV Congreso Internacional de AESLA: “Las lenguas en la encrucijada: formación, acreditación y contexto de uso”. JAÉN (ESPAÑA) 4-6 DE MAYO DE 2017.
  • Crespo M. (en prensa). Retos de la estilística forense en el ámbito del discurso electrónico delictivo. Intimidating speeches: where do they come from and where do they go? Fragmentum, 50.
  • Ramírez Salado, M. (2017): “Terminología y lingüística forense: usos terminológicos relacionados con los ámbitos de actuación de la lingüística forense y su interfaz con otras disciplinas”, Fernández Gómez, S., Martínez Aguirre, R., Núñez Bayo, Z. y Ureña Tormo, C. (eds.), Investigaciones doctorales en Lingüística, Alcalá de Henares: Universidad de Alcalá, 301-312.
  • Ramírez Salado, Mercedes (2017): Malcolm Coulthard, Alison Johnson y David Wright (2017), “An Introduction to Forensic Linguistics: language in evidence”, Pragmalingüística, 25, 649-655.
  • Ramírez Salado, Mercedes (2017): “Antecedentes de la lingüística forense: ¿desde cuándo se estudia el lenguaje como evidencia?”, Pragmalingüística, 25, 525-539.
  • Frías A. y Crespo M. (2015). Don Quixote: A Quantitative Analysis Through its Characters. Multimodal Communication in the 21th Century: Professional and Academic Challenges. 33rd Conference of the Spanish Association of Applied Linguistics (AESLA), XXXIII AESLA CONFERENCE, Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences. Volume 212. Elsevier.
  • Crespo M. y Frías A. (2015). Stylistic authorship comparison and attribution of Spanish news forum messages based on the TreeTagger POS Tagger. Multimodal Communication in the 21th Century: Professional and Academic Challenges. 33rd Conference of the Spanish Association of Applied Linguistics (AESLA), XXXIII AESLA CONFERENCE, Procedia – Social and Behavioral Sciences. Volume 212. Elsevier.

 

COLLOQUIUMS ORGANISED

  • Colloquium on Forensic Linguistics. “Algunas consideraciones para la identificación de emisiones habladas y escritas y su proyección en el ámbito legal”.
  • International and Multidisciplinar Colloquium “Discursos Intimidatorios en las redes sociales en el ámbito de las lenguas del Mediterráneo Occidental”.