Community Interpreting, Translation, and Technology
Special issue of Translation and Interpreting Studies 13:3 (2018)
[Translation and Interpreting Studies, 13:3] 2018. v, 172 pp.
Publishing status: Available
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Table of Contents
Community interpreting, translation, and technologyChristopher D. Mellinger and Nike K. Pokorn | pp. 337–341
Tablet interpreting: Consecutive interpreting 2.0Joshua Goldsmith | pp. 342–365
Interpreter traits and the relationship with technology and visibilityChristopher D. Mellinger and Thomas A. Hanson | pp. 366–392
Video-mediated interpreting in legal settings in England: Interpreters’ perceptions in their sociopolitical contextSabine Braun | pp. 393–420
Annotation of interpreters’ conversation management problems and strategies in a corpus of criminal proceedings in Spain: The case of non-renditionsMarta Arumí and Mireia Vargas-Urpi | pp. 421–441
“Craving to hear from you…”: An exploration of m-learning in global interpreter educationVicki Darden and Elisa M. Maroney | pp. 442–464
Students’ views on the use of film-based LangPerform computer simulations for dialogue interpretingAnu Viljanmaa | pp. 465–485
Moses, time, and crisis translationFederico M. Federici and Khetam Al Sharou | pp. 486–508
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