dr. F van der Houwen

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Teaching

BA Program CIW/electives:

  • Discourse analysis
  • Forensic linguistics

Research Master: Forensic linguistics/language and the law

  • Why the law needs language and linguists
  • Methods of authorship analysis
  • The language of government and business
  • Tutorial 2017: Analyzing interpreter mediated asylum interviews using conversation analysis

For more information on our research master see: http://masters.vu.nl/en/programmes/linguistics-research/index.aspx

Research

Research projects:

PhD project 2015 – 2019         

Working Title: Interpreting in asylum procedures

Carried out by: M. Kramp

                               

PhD project funded by the Faculty of Arts, VU. 2007-2014           

Title:  Formulations in institutionele interactie: de praktijk van samenvatten in het politieverhoor, sollicitatiegesprek en journalistiek interview

Carried out by: K.Y. Sliedrecht

 

Postdoc project funded by CAMeRA (Center for Advanced Media Research Amsterdam) 2008-2012           

Title: Therapy in new media: a study of recipient design.

Carried out by: W. Stommel. (per 2012 UD in Nijmegen; J. Lamerichs)

 

Ancillary activities

Consultant rechercheonderzoeken. Geregistreerd deskundige op het gebied van taalkunde in de Landelijke DeskundigheidsMakelaar database (LDM, gecoördineerd door Hans Molenaar). Sinds 2012, herbenoemd in 2016.

Consultant voor Forensicon voor auteurschap analyses en het geven van cursussen op het gebied van documentanalyse. Sinds 2013.

Academic qualification

Linguistics, PhD, University of Southern California, Los Angeles

User created Keywords

  • Discourse analysis
  • Conversation analsysis
  • Forensic linguistics
  • Language and the law
  • Sociolinguistics
  • Language variation and change

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