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Title:Odkrivanje laži v preiskovalnih razgovorih : diplomsko delo univerzitetnega študijskega programa Varstvoslovje
Authors:Muc, Anja (Author)
Areh, Igor (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Bachelor thesis/paper (mb11)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FVV - Faculty of Criminal Justice and Security
Abstract:Diplomsko delo govori o odrivanju laži v preiskovalnih razgovorih. Lažnivci so čez leta razvili nešteto strategij, ki jih danes nekateri uspešno uporabljajo v preiskovalnih razgovorih, da zavajajo preiskovalce. Čez leta je nastalo tudi kar nekaj študij, ravno z namenom odkrivanja teh strategij in izboljšanja policijskih sposobnosti za prepoznavo lažnivcev ter s tem prepoznavo njihovih prevar. V prvem delu diplomskega dela je zajeta kratka predstavitev pojma laganja in laži, kakšne vrste laži poznamo in zakaj ljudje sploh lažemo. V drugem delu je poudarek na strategijah osumljencev ter prepoznavi teh strategij (glede na verbalne in neverbalne znake), kakšni so znaki prevar in kako prepoznati prevaro v preiskovalnem intervjuju. Na koncu pa sta opisani še tehnika kognitivnega intervjuja in tehnika PEACE modela ter njegove stopnje. Glavni namen tega diplomskega dela je ugotoviti, katere so najbolj uporabljene strategije krivih osumljencev, kako prepoznati te strategije in kako k temu pripomoreta tehnika kognitivnega intervjuja in tehnika PEACE modela, razvita v Angliji. V zadnjem delu sledi primerjava dveh člankov na temo verbalnih in neverbalnih znakov laganja, z namenom, da odkrijemo, čim več strategij in njihovih znakov. Za tem pa bomo primerjali še dva članka: eden bo predstavljal uspešnost tehnike kognitivnega intervjuja in drugi uspešnost PEACE modela pri zasliševanju osumljencev (krivih ali ne).
Keywords:preiskovanje, intervju, kognitivni intervju, laganje, laži, odkrivanje laži, model PEACE, diplomske naloge
Year of publishing:2017
Year of performance:2017
Place of performance:Ljubljana
Publisher:[A. Muc]
Number of pages:V, 47 str.
Source:Ljubljana
UDC:[159.9:340.6]:177.3(043.2)
COBISS_ID:3505898 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:QNXFJQYH
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:The detection of lies in the investigative interviews
Abstract:Degree is about The detection of lies in the investigative interviews. Throught the years, liars have developed countless strategies, which some of them today use successfully in investigative interviews with the intention of misleading investigators. Also, through these years, a number of studies have been carried out, precisely in order to identify these strategies and to improve police capacities for identifying liars, and thus identifying their deception. In the first part of the degree, is a brief presentation of the concept of lying and lies, what kind of lies we know and why people are lying at all. In the second part, emphasis is placed on the strategies of the suspects and the recognition of these strategies (in terms of verbal and non-verbal signs), what are the signs of deception and how to recognize the deception in the investigative interview. At the end there is a description of the cognitive interview technique and the PEACE model technique and its stages. The main purpose of this degree is to find out which are the most used strategies of guilty suspects, how to identify these strategies, and how the cognitive interview technique and the PEACE model developed in England help with identify these strategies. In the final part of the degree follows a comparison of two articles on the topic of verbal and non-verbal lying signs, hoping to discover as many strategies and their characters as possible. By doing so, we will compare two other articles, one of which will be the performance of the cognitive interview technique and the second will be about the success of the PEACE model in interrogating suspects (guilty or not).
Keywords:laying, PEACE, cognitive interview, offenders strategies


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