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Title:Uporaba neverbalne komunikacije pri preiskovanju kaznivih dejanj : diplomsko delo visokošolskega strokovnega študija
Authors:Štinjek, Andrej (Author)
Pavšič Mrevlje, Tinkara (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FVV - Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security
Abstract:Policisti in kriminalisti pri preiskovanju kaznivih dejanj neprestano komunicirajo z osebami v postopkih. Prav komuniciranje je eno izmed njihovih najpogostejših opravil, zaradi česar je zelo pomembno, da so vešči verbalne in neverbalne komunikacije. Policisti želijo z zbiranjem obvestil od oseb v postopkih pridobiti pomembne podatke, ki bi lahko pripomogli pri raziskavi kaznivega dejanja. Pri tem je zelo pomembno, da znajo ugotoviti, kdaj jim osebe v postopkih lažejo, oziroma jih zavajajo. Zavajanje oseb v postopkih lahko policisti ugotovijo z branjem neverbalne govorice sogovornika kot tudi z analizo vsebine povedanega. Diplomsko delo je razdeljeno na teoretični in empirični del. V teoretičnem delu je predstavljena neverbalna govorica po posameznih segmentih. Posebej je predstavljeno preiskovanje kaznivih dejanj in uporaba neverbalne komunikacije pri le-teh, s poudarkom na ugotavljanju laži oziroma prevar. V empiričnem delu so predstavljene ugotovitve raziskave, ki je bila s pomočjo anketnega vprašalnika izvedena med zaposlenimi v Policiji. Z raziskavo je bilo ugotovljeno, da je večina udeležencev vedno pozorna na neverbalno komunikacijo, največ pozornosti le-tej pa ji namenjajo v postopkih z osumljenci. Udeleženci so ocenili, da ima neverbalna komunikacija pomembno vlogo, saj se prav nanjo najpogosteje oprejo pri ugotavljanju laži in prevar. Udeleženci so mnenja, da so pri ugotavljanju laži bolj uspešni, kot ostali ljudje, vendar pa raziskave tega ne potrjujejo. Večina udeležencev je mnenja, da niso dovolj dobro usposobljeni, da bi znali pravilno razložiti neverbalno komunikacijo oziroma, da bi v večini primerov ugotovili laž. Se je pa večina udeležencev pripravljena usposabljati na področju neverbalne komunikacije.
Keywords:komunikacija, neverbalna komunikacija, govorica telesa, kazniva dejanja, preiskovanje, zaslišanje, odkrivanje laži, prevare, vprašalniki, diplomske naloge
Year of publishing:2015
Year of performance:2015
Place of performance:[Ljubljana
Publisher:A. Štinjek]
Number of pages:67 str.
Source:[Ljubljana
UDC:159.925+343.98(043.2)
COBISS_ID:2949354 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:WLA0EYGM
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Abstract:Police officers and detectives are constantly communicating with the people they are processing during criminal investigations. Communication is one of their most frequent tasks. This is why it is important that they are skilled in verbal and nonverbal communication. The officers acquire important data that could benefit the investigation, by collecting information from the suspects or witnesses. It is crucial that they are able to tell whether the suspects or witnesses are lying or misleading them during the interviews. Deception can be determined by understanding the nonverbal communication of the interlocutor, as well as by an analysis of what was said. This dissertation is divided into a theoretical and an empirical part. Nonverbal communication is presented in the theoretical part by segments. The use of nonverbal communication in criminal investigation is discussed separately, with emphasis on discovering lies or deception. The empirical part presents findings which were obtained from police employees with the help of a questionnaire. Findings show that most of the participants pay attention to nonverbal communication, especially when dealing with a suspect. The participants estimate that nonverbal communication is important, and they rely on it most often in order to discover lies and deception. The participants also believe that they are more successful in discovering lies than most people, but the research does not confirm that. Most of the participants think that they are not qualified enough to determine the right interpretation of nonverbal communication, or to consistently discover lies. They are, however, prepared to train in the field of nonverbal communication.


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