Publication details [#11262]
Russell, Debra. 2005. Consecutive and simultaneous interpreting. In Janzen, Terry, ed. Topics in signed language interpreting: theory and practice (Benjamins Translation Library 63). Amsterdam: John Benjamins. pp. 135–164.
Article in jnl/bk
The author looks at the use of consecutive vs simultaneous SL interpreting and argues in favor of increased use of consecutive. This refers to consecutive rendering of very short speech segments, not what spoken conference interpreters call 'true consecutive', with long segments and note-taking.
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