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International Journal of the Sociology of Language, Oxford: Blackwell. In Cotterill, J. Language in the Legal Process. Basingstoke: Palmgrave Macmillan. This paper examines credential systems in two New World countries, Australia and Canada, and two Old World countries, Norway and the UK, that have experienced a large influx of migrants in the last four decades. Training allows a degree of specialisation in the areas of health, law and public services that are a feature also of Norwegian and UK certification.

Dialogue interpreting, sight translation and consecutive speech interpreting are all features of community interpreting certification systems for spoken languages in all four countries. Knowledge of cultural competence, codes of ethics or conduct and discourse management skills are also elicited while simultaneous interpreting is required only by the UK certifying authority. The ISO Draft Guidelines also list educational and occupational attributes, which give preference to formal, post-secondary university study or training, followed by year-long 46 experience.

Attributes such as ability to simultaneously interpret, negotiate crosscultural pragmatic and discourse features, manage interactions, and formal specialised training which includes specialisation are now emerging as qualities required by contemporary community interpreters. El estudio tiene, pues, como objetivo principal observar el efecto producido por el entrenamiento en las competencias para interpretar de los sujetos. Comprehension Processes in Simultaneous Interpreting. Chesterman, N. Gallardo, e Y.

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    Language, Interpretation and Communication. Nueva York y Londres: Plenum Press. Granada: Editorial Comares. Along the line, there is a growing interest in the use of corpus for research, training and the professional practice of Interpreting Corpas Pastor Corpus management programmes are one of the tools than can be of help to interpreters when preparing for a conference, as they provide a large amount of information which otherwise would be dealt with in a manual way.

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    For example, they can provide the interpreters preparing for a conference with word lists of a specific topic, once the programme has been enriched with documents which have to do with that specific topic. The words in the word lists will be ordered by frequency, having the words most used for that topic at the top of the list. If such words have a high frequency of appearance in documents of a specific topic, it will mean that those words will also be used with a high frequency during the interpreting session. Preparing for a conference assignment is not just about having a glossary of terms in two languages; the interpreter also needs to know the meaning of the terms included in the glossary because the terms will be included in a context, and not used individually during the interpreting session.

    The more knowledge the interpreter has about the topic of the conference, the better the interpreting will be. For this reason, the concordance tool is also very useful for the interpreter to get extra information about the meaning of any term which might be unknown to the interpreter. Corpus management programmes also provide easy access to full texts, and to the exact place in the text where the unknown word or term is included. These students had taken part in a series of experiments where they had to prepare the vocabulary for interpreting assignments in a traditional way first, and then using a corpus management programme to prepare the vocabulary for a different interpreting assignment.

    The surveys were sent to the students after they had participated in the experiments to find out information related to the preparation of the assignments with and without the computer programme. Translation Technology. Mitov Ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

    Frankfurt: Peter Lang. Technology-Assisted Interpreting. Multilingual , 27— PhD disseration. Los resultados de trabajos de otras disciplinas e. J Bus Psychol 24, pp. Tesis doctoral. Granada: Universidad de Granada. Sevilla: Bienza. En: G. Wotjak; V.

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    Tabares Plasencia, eds. Translatione via facienda. En: C. Behr, eds. Quality and Ahead. Despite such an increase, interpreters for police training remain short of empirical and scholarly research which could contribute to casting light on issues such as how services are provided on the ground and other crucial aspects that reach into the very role of the interpreter and underlie potential conflicts. This paper aims to revisit the concepts of faithfulness and professionalism, as to whether or not they now allow or require the interpreter to go the extra mile. The main conclusion reached in this study is that there is a general tendency among those actors to accept such unconventionality and power and expect the extra mile.

    Thus, professionalism has now come to embrace the capacity to respond to more requirements than would be expected of a typical professional interpreter. Cuadernos del Lazarillo, GILE Eds. PACTE Hacia nuevos planteamientos docentes, investigadores y profesionales. Alicante: novem. Las Palmas de Gran Canaria: de enero. Meta, 28 3 : Target, 7 1 : HALL J.

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    Wadsworth, Cergage Learning. Teaching translation and interpreting 2: Insights, aims, visions. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Turku: University of Turku. Meta, 46 2 : Viezzi Eds. TextconText, 2: Madrid: Itsmo. Madrid: Istmo. Disponible en:. En Crossing Borders in Community Interpreting. Definitions and dilemmas. Martins ed. Grupo CRIT. Granada: Comares, Health, Communication and Multicultural Communities. Topics on Intercultural Communication for Healthcare Professionals. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholar Publishing. For other communication professionals such as actors and singers, systematic voice and speech training is a must to ensure optimal performance.

    However, voice and speech management and development is not given its due importance in interpreting profession and training programs. Since when an article on voice management was published in the AIIC International Association of Conference Interpreters Bulletin, a few schools of interpretation in Europe have started to invite voice and speaking trainers to facilitate workshops for interpreting professionals and trainees.

    Over the years, a couple of articles have been written by voice trainers reporting their experiences of working with the interpreters and in these articles, they have called for awareness of voice training. However, there is very little information known in regard to the result of the training due to a lack of research on the subject. Thus, voice and speech training is still a foreign concept for practising interpreters and interpreting trainees.