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Translation, sociolinguistic, and consumer issues in interpreting

Translation, sociolinguistic, and consumer issues in interpreting

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Published by Gallaudet University Press in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Interpreters for the deaf.,
  • Translating and interpreting.,
  • Sign language -- Translating.,
  • Sociolinguistics.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementMelanie Metzger and Earl Fleetwood, editors.
    SeriesStudies in interpretation -- v. 3, Studies in interpretation (Washington, D.C.) -- v. 3.
    ContributionsMetzger, Melanie., Fleetwood, Earl.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination226 p. :
    Number of Pages226
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23110950M
    ISBN 101563683601
    ISBN 109781563683602

    Moreover, the students will study sociolinguistic phenomena such as the translation of register, how translation and cultural mediation are connected with code switching, and the course from language deviation (dialect, accent, créoles, regional languages, youth language, jargon, slang, franglais, verlan) to norm, and also the translation of. Naomi Sheneman, M.A., M.S., & CDI has been working professionally in the interpreting profession since in various roles. She is currently working as the Vice President of Business Affairs for Network Interpreting Service and as an adjunct ASL-English interpreter education faculty at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf.

    2. Perform written translation of Deaf or DeafBlind consumer’s signed messages into English. 3. Identify strategies for translating ASL texts into English and vice versa, as they are applicable to consecutive and simultaneous interpreting. Key Questions 1. How does written translation differ from sight/text translation? Size: 1MB. Volume 3 Translation, Sociolinguistic, and Consumer Issues in Interpreting Melanie Metzger and Earl Fleetwood, Editors Volume 4 Interpreting in Legal Settings Debra Russell and Sandra Hale, Editors Volume 5 Prosodic Markers and Utterance Boundaries in American Sign Language Interpretation Brenda Nicodemus Volume 6 Toward a Deaf Translation NormCited by: 8.

    , English, Article, Book chapter edition: An Invitation to dance: deaf consumers' perceptions of signed language interpreters and interpreting deaf consumers' perceptions of signed language interpreters and interpreting Author. Melanie and Fleetwood, Earl. Translation, sociolinguistic, and consumer issues in interpreting, p There is ambiguity in defining and identifying idioms in American Sign Language as little is known of ASL's use of idioms. or whose translation requires an English idiom. () Translation, Sociolinguistic, and Consumer Issues in Interpreting (Studies in Interpretation Series, Vol. 3) Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press.


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