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Taylor-Bouladon, Valerie. 2001. Conference interpreting: principles and practice. Adelaide: Crawford House. 289 pp.


This book aims to provide a contribution to the field of interpreting and translation in Australia. The nineteen chapters in this book investigate a wide range of subject areas, including an historical account of the profession, information about interpreting and the various types used, conference organization, booth etiquette and protocol, health issues for conference interpreters, copyright, and information about various organizations around the world involved with conference interpreting. The author also notes that conference interpreting is becoming a global profession, and points out that there is a need for Australian standards in the profession to be on par with those internationally.
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