Discursive Proceedings and the Transitional Trial:A View from the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia
Some transitional justice theorists view trials as communicative spaces that engage their publics in the aftermath of mass atrocities. Mark Osiel argued that the transitional trial's platform for courtroom storytelling, mediated by flexibly applied rules of legal procedure, fostered communal engagement with the social breakdown arising from mass crimes. Karstedt highlighted the significance of the visibility of victims in German war crimes trials starting in the 1960s compared to their relative...[Show more]
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