Natalie Martschuk

List of John Benjamins publications for which Natalie Martschuk plays a role.


Hale, Sandra, Jane Goodman-Delahunty, Natalie Martschuk and Julie Lim. 2022. Does interpreter location make a difference? A study of remote vs face-to-face interpreting in simulated police interviews. Interpreting 24:2, pp. 221–253
Remote interpreting has traditionally been the less preferred option when compared to face-to-face interpreting. But the recent pandemic has shifted the landscape, making remote interpreting the default in many, if not most, settings. Improved videoconferencing technologies have facilitated this… read more | Article
Hale, Sandra, Jane Goodman-Delahunty, Natalie Martschuk and Stephen Doherty. 2022. The effects of mode on interpreting performance in a simulated police interview. Translation and Interpreting Studies 17:2, pp. 264–286
This study tested the effects of the consecutive and simultaneous interpreting modes in a simulated police interview, addressing four research questions: (1) Does the consecutive interpreting mode lead to more accurate interpreting than the simultaneous interpreting mode? (2) Do language… read more | Article
Hale, Sandra, Natalie Martschuk, Uldis Ozolins and Ludmila Stern. 2017. The effect of interpreting modes on witness credibility assessments. Interpreting 19:1, pp. 69–96
Research into court interpreting has shown that interpreters can have an impact on the case in many different ways. However, the extent to which this occurs depends on several factors, including the interpreter’s competence, ethics and specialized training in court interpreting, as well as working… read more | Article