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网络法制节目与网民评论交互对司法公开的影响

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关键词:英语毕业论文   网民评论   司法公开   批评话语研究

摘要:本文是英语毕业论文,本研究主要以批评话语分析理论为基础,通过分析网络法制节目与网民评论交互对司法公开的作用,旨在揭示此交互对案件信息披露的司法公开带来的问题,从而提出规范网络法制媒体报道的建议。

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 

The first chapter generally introduces the research via six parts: rational, significance, research objective and research questions, methodology and data collection, organization of the thesis and summary. What needs to be noticed is that what and how the linguistic materials are used in  the  research  are  clearly  described,  together  with  survey  plans,  which  are  important  to understanding the kernel parts of the research: Chapter Four to Chapter Six. 

1.1 Rationale
When it comes to the status quo of legal reporting in China (Xu, Xun and Fan Xin, 2012; Yao Dong, 2011), domestic mainstream Media (Yang Lixin, 2014; Zhang Cunjian, 2015) have been focusing on reporting major legal cases in various forms of online legal programs (hereinafter referred to as “programs”), such as talk shows, feature story and expert commentary, etc. With the trend of stigmatization1  of experts (Wen Jun and Luo Feng, 2014), a number of programs start  to  add  professional  comments  to  voice  over  instead  of  inviting  experts  to  comment  in person.  “…Media  tends  to  make  legal  reporting  into  entertaining  events…and  some  experts usually comment on legal cases and mingle their personal opinions and emotional factors into judging a specific case” (Chen Yanxia, 2014: 33). Programs are most presided by voice-over or hosts  instead  of  experts  for  the  stigmatization  phenomenon.  Scholar  Wen  Jun  and  Luo  Feng (2014) also agreed on this point, they concluded that Internet has made the public intensively exposed to knowledge and information, which threats the social status and observations of some experts. In this way, netizens can watch programs with less influence of stigmatization of experts. Thus, most programs have adopted this form and enjoyed great popularity, yet it should not be deemed as a progressive phenomenon at present if it goes without limit (Yao Dong, 2011; Yao Guangyi, 2015). There are scholars who agree on the supervising function of legal reporting, such  as  “The  trial  should  be  public  and  so  are  the  evidences  because  by  this  way  the  public opinion  can  supervise  judicial  events  and  prevent  corruption  so  as  to  achieve  justice  and equality” (Cheng Zhennan, 2015: 28). In recent years, the concept “Ruling Country by Law” has  been  widely  spread  throughout  China,  and  consequently  judicial  fairness  and  judicial publicity are of paramount importance in the eyes of the public (Yang Lixin, 2014). As a result, an increasing number of people have exerted a tremendous fascination on discussing current major legal cases via Internet (Zhang, Cunjian, 2015), especially on aspects concerning judicial publicity. Programs enable netizens to not only access to information of legal cases, but also to exchange ideas, even to exert impact on judicial publicity (hereinafter referred to as “impact”). “Against the era of new media, some legal cases cannot escape from publicdiscussion, however, limits should be made to regulating the public opinion” (Hu Hanhan, 2010: 80).
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1.2 Significance
Here  presents  the  research  significance  from  three  perspectives:  to  promote  linguistic descriptive research into incorporation with law science, which is in compliance with the nature of forensic linguistics; by approaching the language of programs and netizens’ comments (Gu Xiangju and Zhang Lili, 2015; Hu Xuelian, 2006) as a whole research subject and thus sheds lights  upon  linguistic  studies;  through  linguistic  analysis  and  legal  discussion,  the  research conclusion is of practical and theoretical value to guiding legal reporting and judicial publicity. Firstly, topics of programs or netizens’ comments have attracted researchers from circles of science of law (Studebaker, 1997; Ke Bin, 2013; Wei Yongzheng, 2014; Li Jun and Fan Dong, 2014; Shi Juhang, 2015; Yao Guangyi, 2011) and journalism (Yao Zejin and Zhang Yandong, 2009;  Zhang  Yufei,  2011),  however,  seldom  do  scholars  study  both  of  them  simultaneously, especially for researchers of forensic linguistics. Because communicative process includes the information provider and the receiver, thus, the author takes the attitude that the language of programs and netizens’ comments should be seen as an integral research object. Zhang Cunjian supports this point and believes that the information provider and the receiver should be analyzed  at  the  same  time  so  as  to  improve  the  interaction.  Moreover,  previous  forensic linguistic  studies  (Chang  Qiyun,  2013;  Huang  Xiaoying  and  Song  Jia,  2012;  Liu Yin,  2010) with respect to online language mainly put more emphases on linguistic dimension than on legal one.  The  author  agrees  that  it  is  necessary  to  conduct  linguistic  research  thoroughly  in  that rigorous  and  comprehensive  linguistic  analyses  lays  solid  foundations  for  conclusions  (Mou Lv-ye,  2011),  however,  scholars  of  forensic  linguistics  are  expected  to  make  still  further progress  in  providing  constructive  legal  suggestions.  Thus,  the  author  not  only  launches linguistic research on online language, but also offer tentative advice about judicial publicity. Therefore,  the  research  shall  present  a  new  angle  in  studies  on  the  tripartite  relationship  of media,  the  public  and  the  judicature  (Yang  Lixin,  2014;  Gong  Pixiang,  2012;  Wessel,  1964; Schwartzman, 2008).

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