The Shipman Inquiry


Uploaded: 2021-12-15
Languages: English
Collected from: 2021
Access category: External
To: 2021

Summary

Link to the transcripts of the Harold Shipman Inquiry


Subject keywords: Shipman Inquiry, Court transcripts
Data types: Spoken - transcript
Funders: N/A
Associated AIFL centres: Forensic Linguistic Databank (FoLD)
License: Non-Commercial Government Licence for public sector information

Description

The external dataset links to the collection of all documents pertaining to the Shipman Inquiry as published by the National Archives. The Archive section includes Recorded Media Information, Witness Schedules, Transcripts, Statements, and Documents as PDF files. The Shipman Inquiry refers to the trial for dr. Harold Fredrick Shipman, who was convicted at Preston Crown Court on 31 January 2000 of the murder of 15 of his patients and of one count of forging a will. He was sentenced to life imprisonment. related publications: Haworth, K. (2006) 'The dynamics of power and resistance in police interview discourse', Discourse & Society 17(6): 739-759. Haworth, K. J. (2009). An analysis of police interview discourse and its role(s) in the judicial process. http://eprints.nottingham.ac.uk/12253/ Haworth, K. (2013) ‘Audience design in the police interview: The interactional and judicial consequences of audience orientation’. Language in Society 42(1), 45-69. Haworth, K. (2018) ‘Tapes, transcripts and trials: The routine contamination of police interview evidence’. International Journal of Evidence and Proof 22(4), 428—450. Haworth, K. (2021) ‘Police Interviews as Evidence’. In M. Coulthard, A. May & R. Sousa Silva (eds.) Routledge Handbook of Forensic Linguistics, Second Edition. London: Routledge.


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