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  • A Lexicon of Law and Listening

    James E. K. Parker

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    This lexicon gathers a vocabulary and set of themes and methods for thinking the many relationships between law and listening: from A to Z and beyond. Rather than emphasizing depth of analysis, the text offers ‘shallow listening’ as a virtue instead. ‘Acoustics’, ‘bells’, ‘decibels’, ‘eavesdropping’, ‘noise’, ‘YouTube’, ‘zoning’… I hope the twenty-six entries will be read as a series of veins to be further mined and explored.

    The Lexicon has been previously published in the Jindal Law and Humanities Review, no. I (2020):1–23. It is reproduced here in accordance with the same Creative Commons license (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0).

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    Parker, J. 2023. A Lexicon of Law and Listening. In: Mandic, D et al (eds.), HEAR. London: University of Westminster Press. DOI: https://doi.org/10.16997/book62.j

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    Published on Feb. 14, 2023