APPLIED SCIENCE SEMINAR «ACUTE ISSUESS OF FORENSIC EXAMINATION OF EXTREMIST MATERIALS»

Keywords: forensic science, forensic linguistics, extremism, terrorism

Abstract

The seminar "Acute Issues of Forensic Expertise of Extremist Materials" was held at Russian Federal Center for Forensic Expertise. According to a fair statement of the hosts of the event, the challenging character of the selected topic, according to a fair statement by the organizers of the event, can not be overemphasized, since this type of expert study is one of the most frequent in the practice of SEP. On the other hand, the crimes for the investigation of which such an examination is conducted are of an increased public danger. The seminar featured reports of expert practitioners from the expert community of the Ministry of Justice, who updated the most complicated instances of applying forensic examination methodology to cases related with counter- extremism and counter- terrorism. Speech extremism as a phenomenon was deeply considered at the seminar: procedural problems were raised, as reflected in the requirements for expert findings dovumenting, the problems of applying expert methodology to texts of various speech genres, the issues arising at each stage of the expert study: identifying the subject of speech, its addressee, establishing the speech goal of the utterance and the distinction between the communicative goal of the author of the utterance and the publisher of the text.

 

 

 

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DOI:https://doi.org/10.14258/leglin(2018)7-809

Author Biography

Svetlana Doronina, Altay state university

Candidate of Philology, Associate Professor, Department of General and Applied Philology, Literature and Russian Language, Altai State University.

State forensic examiner of the FBU Altai Forensic Laboratory

 

doroninasv73@mail.ru

Published
2018-07-12
How to Cite
Doronina, S. (2018). APPLIED SCIENCE SEMINAR «ACUTE ISSUESS OF FORENSIC EXAMINATION OF EXTREMIST MATERIALS». Legal Linguistics, (7/8(18/19), 91-97. https://doi.org/10.14258/leglin(2018)7-809
Section
Forensic Linguistics