Publication details [#2406]
Moser-Mercer, Barbara. 1997. Beyond curiosity: can interpreting research meet the challenge? In Danks, Joseph H., Gregory M. Shreve, Stephen B. Fountain and M. McBeath, eds. Cognitive processes in translation and interpreting (Applied Psychology: Individual, Social, and Community Issues 3). Thousand Oaks: Sage. pp. 176–195.
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This paper aims to sketch the potential of a future dialogue as well as indicate the constraints that have until now complicated communication among researchers in various disciplines. After a brief introduction, the paper looks into process models of simultaneous interpreting. The author distinguishes full-process models and partial-process models. The next main topic is telecommunication and interpreting research. Under this heading, telecommunication-related research issues are investigated. Finally, the author provides a tentative conclusion.
Source : J. Vluijmans