IJLE Volume 2 Issue 1 2014

| July 30, 2014


  1. Power and Control in Philippine Courtroom Discourse. Marilu Rañosa-Madrunio
  2. Legal English Education in China: From the Perspective of the National Legal English Certificate Test. Falian Zhang
  3. A Functional-Cognitive Approach to the Constitution of the United States. Hongqin Zhang
  4. The Use of Informal and Formal Anaphoric or Discourse-Deictic References in the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages: A Linguistic Comparative Analysis of the English, Italian and Spanish versions. Coppolella Mariangela
  5. Judicial Justice and Language Equality: Empirical Study on the Construction of China’s Court Interpretation System. Fang Wang
  6. “Why I Should Be Set Free?”: A Discursive-Analytic Study of the Trial of Naval Admirals in Nigeria. Tunde Opeibi

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