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The Critical Link 5: Quality in interpreting – a shared responsibility
Edited by Sandra Hale, Uldis Ozolins and Ludmila Stern
[Benjamins Translation Library 87] 2009
► pp. 1335
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Cited by 15 other publications

Cheung, Andrew K. F
2014. The use of reported speech and the perceived neutrality of court interpreters. Interpreting. International Journal of Research and Practice in Interpreting 16:2  pp. 191 ff. DOI logo
Cho, Jinhyun
2021. ‘That’s not how we speak’: interpreting monolingual ideologies in courtrooms. Griffith Law Review 30:1  pp. 50 ff. DOI logo
Goodman-Delahunty, Jane, Natalie Martschuk, Sandra B. Hale & Susan E. Brandon
2020. Interpreted Police Interviews: A Review of Contemporary Research. In Advances in Psychology and Law [Advances in Psychology and Law, 5],  pp. 83 ff. DOI logo
Hale, Sandra, Jane Goodman-Delahunty & Natalie Martschuk
2019. Interpreter performance in police interviews. Differences between trained interpreters and untrained bilinguals. The Interpreter and Translator Trainer 13:2  pp. 107 ff. DOI logo
Hale, Sandra Beatriz & Jemina Napier
2016. “We’re just kind of there”. Target. International Journal of Translation Studies 28:3  pp. 351 ff. DOI logo
Hanft-Robert, Saskia, Lena Emch-Fassnacht, Sanna Higgen, Nadine Pohontsch, Christoph Breitsprecher, Michael Müller, Jessica Terese Mueller & Mike Mösko
2022. Training service providers to work effectively with interpreters through educational videos. Interpreting. International Journal of Research and Practice in Interpreting DOI logo
Hertog, Erik
2012. Legal Interpreting. In The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics, DOI logo
Lai, Miranda & Sedat Mulayim
2014. Interpreter linguistic intervention in the strategies employed by police in investigative interviews. Police Practice and Research 15:4  pp. 307 ff. DOI logo
Ran, Y.
2023. Human Interpreters in Virtual Courts: A Review of Technology-Enabled Remote Settings in Australia. Journal of Digital Technologies and Law 1:3  pp. 712 ff. DOI logo
Stern, Ludmila & Xin Liu
2019. See you in court: how do Australian institutions train legal interpreters?. The Interpreter and Translator Trainer 13:4  pp. 361 ff. DOI logo
Wong, Vicky Wan Kei
2020. Chapter 4. Australian court interpreters’ preparation practices. In Interpreting in Legal and Healthcare Settings [Benjamins Translation Library, 151],  pp. 83 ff. DOI logo
Xu, Han
2021. Roles, ethics and lawyers’ reactions: An ethnographic study of interpreters’ role performance in interpreted lawyer-client interviews. Multilingua 40:5  pp. 617 ff. DOI logo
Xu, Han
2021. Interprofessional relations in interpreted lawyer-client interviews. An Australian case study. Perspectives 29:4  pp. 608 ff. DOI logo
Xu, Han
2022. A survey study of lawyers' and interpreters' approaches to interactional management in interpreted lawyer-client interviews in Australia. Across Languages and Cultures 23:2  pp. 226 ff. DOI logo
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2016. References. In Ethics for Police Translators and Interpreters [Advances in Police Theory and Practice, ],  pp. 135 ff. DOI logo

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