David Wright is a forensic linguist and senior lecturer at Nottingham Trent University. His research applies methods of corpus linguistics and discourse analysis in forensic contexts. His research spans across a range of intersections between language and the law and justice, language in crime and evidence, and discourses of abuse, harassment and discrimination. His current research specialisms and ongoing projects are:

  • Corpus approaches to forensic linguistics
  • Forensic Authorship Analysis
  • Harassment in public places
  • Incitement online
  • The language of advocacy
  • Earwitness parades and evidence
  • Language ideologies in the media

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