VIDEO RELAY SERVICE INTERPRETERS

VIDEO RELAY SERVICE INTERPRETERS

Brunson proceeds by acclimating readers to the environment of VRS and how the layout of the typical physical plant alters the practice of interpreting. The focus then falls upon intended VRS users, providing insights into their expectations. Interpreters shared their experiences with Brunson in 21 formal interviews and discussions. Many remarked on the differences between face-to-face interpreting and VRS training, which often runs counter to the concept of relating informally with deaf clients as a way to expand access. This thoughtful, sociological study outlines texts that originate between users and interpreters and how they can be used to develop VRS access. Video Relay Service Interpreters concludes with the implications of VRS interpreting for sign language interpreting in general and suggests where scholarship will lead in the future.
Editora: GALLAUDET UNIVERSITY PRESS
ISBN: 1563684837
ISBN13: 9781563684838
Edição: 1ª Edição - 2011
Número de Páginas: 216
Acabamento: HARDCOVER
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