This survey-based study examined the views of 226 legal professionals and 36 interpreting practitioners in Australia with respect to the role of the court interpreter and the quality of interpreting and revealed a statistically significant gap between the perceptions of the two professional groups. Both groups, however, were ambivalent in relation to some practical aspects of court interpreting, such as cultural intervention and the reproduction of speech style. The findings indicate that legal professionals generally held a favourable view of the overall quality of court interpreting. Both groups supported specialist certification for court interpreters.
2017. Teething problems? Chinese student interpreters’ performance when interpreting authentic (cross-) examination questions in the legal interpreting classroom. The Interpreter and Translator Trainer 11:4 ► pp. 337 ff.
2015. The Silenced Interpreter: A Case Study of Language and Ideology in the Chinese Criminal Court. International Journal for the Semiotics of Law - Revue internationale de Sémiotique juridique 28:3 ► pp. 507 ff.
Fowler, Yvonne, Martin Vaughan & Jacqueline Wheatcroft
2015. The Interpreter‐Mediated Police Interview. In Communication in Investigative and Legal Contexts, ► pp. 315 ff.
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.
2022. The field of legal translation: Organizational structures and forms of capital. RUDN Journal of Sociology 22:3 ► pp. 590 ff.
Maslovskaya, Elena V.
2022. Legal Translation: Professional Activities at the Periphery of the Juridical Field. Russian Journal of Legal Studies (Moscow) 9:2 ► pp. 65 ff.
2011. “It's not what they say but the way they say it”. A content analysis of interpreter and consumer perceptions towards signed language interpreting in Australia. International Journal of the Sociology of Language 2011:207
Piccoli, Vanessa, Véronique Traverso & Nicolas Chambon
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POLAT ULAŞ, Aslı
2020. Becoming an interpreter through experience: The perceptions of the non-professional public service interpreters in Turkey. RumeliDE Dil ve Edebiyat Araştırmaları Dergisi :19 ► pp. 661 ff.
2015. Effect of Interventions to Facilitate Communication Between Families or Single Young People with Minority Language Background and Public Services: A Systematic Review. Campbell Systematic Reviews 11:1 ► pp. 1 ff.
2021. Interprofessional relations in interpreted lawyer-client interviews. An Australian case study. Perspectives 29:4 ► pp. 608 ff.
2011. A study of legal interpreting service providers’ and users’ perceptions of the norms in legal interpreting. The Journal of Translation Studies 12:3 ► pp. 197 ff.
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