Статус усного перекладача [Status of interpreters]

Сесілія Ваденшо

переклад Олена Рущак

Зміст

Handbook of Translation Studies  Volume 2 (2011), pp. 140–145. ISSN 2210-4844

© John Benjamins Publishing Company

Поняття « статусу » може стосуватись соціальної ієрархії, а також групової приналежності. Згідно термінології Гоффмана (Goffman 1981) цей термін також може стосуватись рівня ідентифікації або залученості до соціальної взаємодії. З усіх трьох позицій статус усного перекладача можна охарактеризувати як неоднозначний і амбівалентний.

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