Publisher: Gallaudet University Press,U.S.
Number of pages: 288
Weight: 544 g
Dimensions: 234 x 157 x 23 mm
"This, I would suggest, is the key value of the volume: it is accessible, and it inspires discussion and debate."--Lorraine Leeson "Interpreting "
"The chapters selected, and their organization, make for a well-organized and coherent read with a broad appeal, making this book a good addition to the curricula of interpreter preparation programs and the personal libraries of working interpreters as well."--Barbara Shaffer "Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education "
"A strength across the studies [presented in this volume] is the use of multiple methods to address research questions: Most studies included objective analysis of interpreted texts complemented by participant reflection on interpreting process or impacts, or they include perspectives from more than one set of participants. In each case this enriches insight on the topic, informing readers about not only about conditions and products of interpreting/translating, but also about processes of interpreter metacognition and how contextual factors (outside of texts) contribute to interpretation outcomes."--Rachel McKee "International Journal of Interpreter Education "
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