The analysis focuses on self-disclosing episodes during witnesses and defendants examination and cross-examination. During interrogations, the activity of self-disclosing seems to emerge as such when witnesses report aspects of past events or their own feelings and evaluations about past events that are not directly addressed in questions. The interrogators’ reactions to these spontaneous information contribute to its construction as self-disclosing. During testimonies, the activity of self-disclosing seems to distinguish itself from the general private discourse which constitutes testimonies for its being spontaneously produced and treated as irrelevant and sometimes disruptive for the activity in course.

Le dévoilement de soi chez le témoin au tribunal

GALATOLO, RENATA
2004

Abstract

The analysis focuses on self-disclosing episodes during witnesses and defendants examination and cross-examination. During interrogations, the activity of self-disclosing seems to emerge as such when witnesses report aspects of past events or their own feelings and evaluations about past events that are not directly addressed in questions. The interrogators’ reactions to these spontaneous information contribute to its construction as self-disclosing. During testimonies, the activity of self-disclosing seems to distinguish itself from the general private discourse which constitutes testimonies for its being spontaneously produced and treated as irrelevant and sometimes disruptive for the activity in course.
Confidence/Devoilement de soi dans l'interaction
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Galatolo R.
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