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    “I See Myself… But What For?” On Live Camera Feeds in Courtrooms.Michał Dudek & Mateusz Stępień - 2019 - International Journal for the Semiotics of Law - Revue Internationale de Sémiotique Juridique 32 (3):641-660.
    The paper’s aim is to present and critically discuss a peculiar practice noticed and studied in courtrooms in the Lower Court in Kraków, Poland. In courtrooms where different hearings take place, two cameras are installed on the wall or on the stand near the judge’s bench. One camera is aimed at the center of the courtroom, where non-professional participants such as witnesses or plaintiffs stand while being questioned by judge. The second camera’s view is more general—it covers the rest of (...)
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    On the Need to Study Processes of Taking Minutes from Case Hearings: Contribution to and Call for Future Research.Michał Dudek & Mateusz Stępień - forthcoming - International Journal for the Semiotics of Law - Revue Internationale de Sémiotique Juridique:1-26.
    This paper’s aim is to promote greater interest in courtroom practices of minute-taking—the preparation of written documents that constitute a record of what was said and done in the courtroom during a case hearing, very often based on a judge’s dictation of rephrased questioned person’s statements to a clerk who records them. This aim is achieved through discussion ultimately focused on the distinguishable aspects of minute-taking, its possible underlying mechanisms, and further consequences, followed by some remarks concerning the judge–clerk relationship (...)
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    On the Need to Study Processes of Taking Minutes from Case Hearings: Contribution to and Call for Future Research.Michał Dudek & Mateusz Stępień - forthcoming - International Journal for the Semiotics of Law - Revue Internationale de Sémiotique Juridique:1-26.
    This paper’s aim is to promote greater interest in courtroom practices of minute-taking—the preparation of written documents that constitute a record of what was said and done in the courtroom during a case hearing, very often based on a judge’s dictation of rephrased questioned person’s statements to a clerk who records them. This aim is achieved through discussion ultimately focused on the distinguishable aspects of minute-taking, its possible underlying mechanisms, and further consequences, followed by some remarks concerning the judge–clerk relationship (...)
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  4. Czy Liberalny Archipelag rzeczywiście nie wymaga praw grupowych? O multikulturalizmie Chandrana Kukathasa.Michał Dudek - 2012 - Diametros 31:22-32.
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    Can Informative Traffic Signs Also Be Obligatory? Polish Constitutional Tribunal and Supreme Court Versus Traffic Signs.Michał Dudek - 2018 - International Journal for the Semiotics of Law - Revue Internationale de Sémiotique Juridique 31 (4):771-785.
    This article discusses a rare instance of the highest national courts explicitly addressing traffic signs in their judgments or decisions. It critically examines the standpoint expressed by the Polish Constitutional Tribunal and the Supreme Court, according to which the basic traffic sign categories in Poland—obligatory, prohibitory, informative and warning—are not separable [e.g. prima facie non-normative signs can also be normative ]. These courts formulated this idea when addressing the legal question concerning the applicability of legal provision penalizing failure to comply (...)
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  6. On the Need to Study Processes of Taking Minutes from Case Hearings: Contribution to and Call for Future Research.Michał Dudek & Mateusz Stępień - forthcoming - International Journal for the Semiotics of Law - Revue Internationale de Sémiotique Juridique:1-26.
    This paper’s aim is to promote greater interest in courtroom practices of minute-taking—the preparation of written documents that constitute a record of what was said and done in the courtroom during a case hearing, very often based on a judge’s dictation of rephrased questioned person’s statements to a clerk who records them. This aim is achieved through discussion ultimately focused on the distinguishable aspects of minute-taking, its possible underlying mechanisms, and further consequences, followed by some remarks concerning the judge–clerk relationship (...)
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