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Dynamic stereotype and its role in written language diagnostics

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dynamic stereotype   forensic study of written language   forensic linguistics   psycholinguistics   psycholinguistic study of text   handwriting   text of the document   electronic document   forensic handwriting


The article is devoted to the role of a dynamic stereotype in the diagnosis of writ­ten speech. Author paid attention to: 1 global processes in the exchange of information between people; 2 changes in the tool base for the texts writing; 3 the usage of electronicdocuments and electronic signatures; 4 the exchange of e-mail messages. The study of the written language in criminalistics is carried out within the framework of forensic handwriting examination judicial handwriting and forensic linguistics. The dynamic stereo­type took the important place in these branches of criminalistic techniques – the neuro­physiological basis of skills, a definite integral system of conditioned reflex reactions.­The dynamic stereotype is also typical for various modern ways of performing texts including using of electronic information resources. Reader attention is focused on new directions in the diagnostic examination of written texts, the formation of forensic crim­inalistic linguistics and psycholinguistics, as well as the development of psycholinguistic study of texts for identification purposes.

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Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Wrocławskiego

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ISSN 2084-5065   ISSN 0239-6661






Nowa Kodyfikacja Prawa Karnego, ISSN 2084-5065, t. 44, 2017, s. 113-119

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Czasopisma Naukowe w Sieci (CNS)

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