Publication type: Book part
Type of review: Editorial review
Title: Interpreters' roles and responsibilities
Authors : Albl-Mikasa, Michaela
et. al : No
Published in : The Bloomsbury Companion to Language Industry Studies
Editors of the parent work: Angelone, Eric
Ehrensberger-Dow, Maureen
Massey, Gary
Pages : 91
Pages to: 114
Issue Date: 2019
Series : Bloomsbury Companions
Publisher / Ed. Institution : Bloomsbury
Publisher / Ed. Institution: London
ISBN: 9781350024939
Language : English
Subjects : Dialogue interpreting; Conference interpreting; Community interpreting; Role; Agency; (In)visibility
Subject (DDC) : 418.02: Translating and interpreting
Abstract: The notion of ‘role’ has long been at the centre of discussions in the field of community interpreting, while in conference interpreting the focus has largely been on interpreting ‘quality’. Other hot topics in conference interpreting include competence, memory, aptitude and didactics or professionalism, while in community interpreting these are (codes of) ethics, certification and professionalization. Buzzwords in conference interpreting are skills and knowledge, process and performance, accuracy and cognitive load. In community interpreting these are settings, agency, interlocutors, norms and standards, as well as neutrality, (in)visibility and impartiality. This chapter sets out to explore the differences in emphasis placed upon these constructs and how they interrelate. It attempts to bring together the various threads of the debate revolving around the above-mentioned notions and put them into perspective for a better understanding of interpreters’ roles and responsibilities.
URI: https://digitalcollection.zhaw.ch/handle/11475/18718
Fulltext version : Published version
License (according to publishing contract) : Licence according to publishing contract
Departement: Applied Linguistics
Organisational Unit: Institute of Translation and Interpreting (IUED)
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