The Final Project should include the name of the case, the description of the c

The Final Project should include the name of the case, the description of the case and the language-related issue in the case, the legal criteria/standards that define the language crime, the linguistic evidence, your linguistic analysis of a piece(s) of linguistic evidence (e.g., discourse analysis) and identify the subsystem(s) of language relevant to this analysis. Finally, the implications of the linguistic analysis of the linguistic evidence in the case/crime.
USE THE FOLLOWING CASE TO DO THIS PPT
Threats
Amerithrax (2001-2010)
Case Summary can be found at http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/history/famous-cases/anthrax-amerithrax
Background: Soon after the terrorist attacks of 9/11, letters laced with anthrax began appearing in the U.S. mail. Five Americans were killed and 17 were sickened in what became the worst biological attacks in U.S. history. The ensuing investigation by the FBI and its partners—code-named “Amerithrax”—has been one of the largest and most complex in the history of law enforcement. In August 2008, Department of Justice and FBI officials announced a breakthrough in the case and released documents and information showing that charges were about to be brought against Dr. Bruce Ivins, who took his own life before those charges could be filed. On February 19, 2010, the Justice Department, the FBI, and the U.S. Postal Inspection Service formally concluded the investigation into the 2001 anthrax attacks and issued an Investigative Summary. The Amerithrax Task Force—which consisted of roughly 25 to 30 full-time investigators from the FBI, the U.S. Postal Inspection Service, and other law enforcement agencies, as well as federal prosecutors from the District of Columbia and the Justice Department’s Counterterrorism Section—expended hundreds of thousands of investigator work hours on this case. Their efforts involved more than 10,000 witness interviews on six different continents, the execution of 80 searches, and the recovery of more than 6,000 items of potential evidence during the course of the investigation. The case involved the issuance of more than 5,750 grand jury subpoenas and the collection of 5,730 environmental samples from 60 site locations. In addition, new scientific methods were developed that ultimately led to the break in the case—methods that could have a far-reaching impact on future investigations.
Amerithrax letters can be found at http://www.justice.gov/amerithrax/
You may choose the following: Threats which is added above.
Your analysis should involve a full description of the overall pragmatic information of the case. Consider this to be a summary of the overall circumstances, the participants, the criminal charge(s), the linguistic evidence, etc.
Pick one piece of oral or written linguistic evidence, and if it is a long example or there are multiple pieces of linguistic evidence, then focus on one piece of evidence and/or one portion of it for discourse/topic analysis.
Identify the criteria/standard(s) that define the case as the particular type of language crime.
Identify the subsystems of language connected to your analysis and/or an expert’s analysis, types of speech acts, directness/indirectness/ambiguity, the presence (or lack thereof) of the Cooperative Principle, and the presence of “plausible deniability” (if applicable).
MLA or APA in-text citations are required for your discourse/topic analysis (use our textbook, articles on the class website and/or articles you find) and a list of those resources at the end of your project. Note: Your grade will be lowered if you do not include secondary resources in the final project.
Use the following book as one of the resources: Speaking of Crime: The Language of Criminal Justice (Chicago Series in Law and Society). This is the link of the book https://1lib.us/book/990436/d1be4b You can add the second resource.

Imagine that you have been sent to the newly discovered planet of Utabootopia th

Imagine that you have been sent to the newly discovered planet of Utabootopia that is inhabited by a population of humans. After learning how to communicate with them you find that they do not have any type of taboo language within
their culture. Write a scholarly article for the Utabootopians explaining what taboo language is, how it functions, and why it exists in Earth culture. Hypothesize about why Utabootopians lack taboo language and what it means for their culture; propose future research to test your hypothesis.

first question : Extra Credit discussion board Listen to the EN CLAIR podcast on

first question :
Extra Credit discussion board
Listen to the EN CLAIR podcast on The Pendle Witch Trials.
Write for discussion board:
-150 word summary of the podcast
Minimum 150 word reflection on the podcast as it relates to what we have learned thus far.
http://wp.lancs.ac.uk/enclair/2019/03/31/case-notes-s01e06-the-pendle-witch-trials/
Second question :
Listen to and read the below Vocal Fries podcast on linguistic discrimination
Write for discussion board:
-150 word summary of the podcast
Minimum 150 word reflection on the podcast, as it relates to the chapter readings.

The focus of this course is to learn about how languages are learned. What we kn

The focus of this course is to learn about how languages are learned. What we know about how languages are learned is based on empirical research that examines how particular groups of learners behave given certain conditions of learning and performance. So that you can get a hands-on feel for what it’s like to conduct research on language learning, you will prepare a mini-research project investigating some aspect of language acquisition. Then come up with a research question, state a hypothesis, design and carry out a small-scale experiment to test the hypothesis (6-10 participants are enough) and report your results.

Assignment Content Our minds work in mysterious ways–or so the saying goes. We

Assignment Content
Our minds work in mysterious ways–or so the saying goes. We have a certain capacity to acquire language. In this assignment, you will explore that capacity by researching language acquisition, bilingualism, and our ability to create language.
Write a fully formatted APA paper of 1,400,in which you analyze our capacity to acquire language. Include the following:
The stages of first language acquisition (as explained in the textbook)
The process or stages of second language acquisition (sequential bilingualism) and true bilingualism (simultaneous bilingualism)
Whether second language acquisition or true bilingualism is more similar to first language acquisition
Our capacity to create language (language genesis)
Format citations and references to the text according to appropriate course-level APA guidelines. While you are only required to use the textbook, you may use additional sources besides the text to support your analysis. Submit your assignment as a Word document to preserve formatting–do not type or paste into the dialogue box this time.

I am following this researcher’s Methodology and I need it to be rewritten. Plea

I am following this researcher’s Methodology and I need it to be rewritten. Please indicate that I am following their methodology. You don’t have to exactly follow the same subheadings you can be creative. Also, the way they present their examples you can follow their way or find another one. Regarding the references, you can use other resources than the ones they mentioned. DO NOT! include these sections: research questions, participants and context, native-speaker informants’ judgment (because I will write my own).

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T‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍his paper is examining the rights and duties of translators in the professional sector. It will need to have an introduction, main line of argument and conclusion. It should reference a minimum of 12 academic sources cited and have between 20-25 quotations referenced from those sources throughout the essay. Structurally, the essay should begin by defining what the rights and duties of translators are. What is expected of them, what kind of influence do they have. Then it should follow on by talking about the ethics of translation. Look at the theory of translati‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍on ethics. I will attach some academic sources that are good examples of this. Talk about a translators relationship with texts and their audiences and how that relationship influences the decisions made by translators. Then please look at a specific area of translation e.g. marketing translation. How are they rights and duties of a translator affected by the sector they work in? Do the ethics differ? Why? Please fully reference any works cited in the bibliography and don’t use random websites. These needs to be fully academic sources, some of which I will provide‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‍‍‌‍‍.

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What is needed is AN EXPERT to do an in depth analysis of the following points (

What is needed is AN EXPERT to do an in depth analysis of the following points (they are examples of linguistics features that could be covered, there are others and more…): Everything should be adapted to the sent passage. don’t add things that don’t exist or omit elements that do. The coverage should be full and well demonstrated/explained:structured as follows:
-first a brief presentation of the author +novel……..+ short story where the passage is taken from.
– Brief summary of the passage (which is already short)
– Stylistic and linguistic characteristics/narratological characteritics of the passage of the passage (short / long sentences parataxis vs. hypotaxis, paragraphs; images, metaphors; poetic prose, etc.
-Other aspects: punctuation, rhythm, cultural references, insights etc Language registers, character’s idiolect / voice(s) in the source and target texts.
— Identification of the probable translation problems.
— Identification of potential translation issues.
— Identification of target text translation shifts (lexical, syntactic, and discourse levels) as well as the translator’s strategy (if any).
— Language registers, idiolect/voice(s) of characters in the source and target texts.
— Final and personal evaluation: Translation strategy consistency or inconsistency