Profession, Identity and Status: Translators and Interpreters as an Occupational Group
Special issue of Translation and Interpreting Studies volume 4:2 (2009)
[Translation and Interpreting Studies, 4:2] 2009. v, 136 pp.
Publishing status: Available
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Table of Contents
IntroductionRakefet Sela-Sheffy and Miriam Shlesinger | pp. 123–134
Legal and translational occupations in Spain: Regulation and specialization in jurisdictional strugglesEsther Monzó | pp. 135–154
Effectiveness of translator certification as a signaling device: Views from the translator recruitersAndy Lung Jan Chan | pp. 155–171
Conference interpreting: Surveying the professionFranz Pöchhacker | pp. 172–186
Occupation or profession: A survey of the translators’ worldDavid Katan | pp. 187–209
Attitudes to role, status and professional identity in interpreters and translators with Chinese in Shanghai and TaipeiRobin Setton and Alice Guo Liangliang | pp. 210–238
Conference interpreters and their self-representation: A worldwide web-based surveyCornelia Zwischenberger | pp. 239–253
Notes on Contributorspp. 255–256
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