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By Sylvie Lambert, Barbara Moser-Mercer

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ISBN-13: 9789027221445

Studying has been a missed sector because the past due Seventies. Sylvie Lambert and Barbara Moser-Mercer have tried to provide a brand new impulse to educational study in print with this choice of 30 articles discussing numerous features of studying grouped in three sections: I. Pedagogical matters, II. Simultaneous interpretation, III. Neuropsychological research.Being a qualified interpreter will not be enough to provide an explanation for what interpretation is all approximately and the way it may be practised and taught. the aim of this selection of experiences on non-arbitrary, empirical examine of simultaneous and sign-language interpretation, designed to bridge the space among vocational and clinical points of an interpreter’s talents, is to teach that the examine of convention interpretation, in terms of clinical experimental equipment, as tedious and speculative as they might usually look, is certain to give a contribution considerably to basic wisdom during this box and feature tangible and useful repercussions. The individuals are experts from around the globe. creation by means of Barbara Moser-Mercer.

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2. Basic I/T Characteristics and Their Implications on Research If translation and interpretation are represented as a process P acting on an input I and producing an output O (Figure 1), the following comments become evident: Figure 1. 1. In I/T, Input and Output can be Observed and Recorded Under Particularly Favourable Conditions In translation, both input and output are entirely contained in written documents, providing an extraordinarily favourable observation and recording condition from the research angle.

Der Einfluss der Uebung und Konzentration auf Simultanes Sprechen und Hören. University of Vienna. [Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation]. Sandrock, U. 1982. Thinking-Aloud Protocols (TAPs - Ein Instrument zur Dekomposition des Komplexen Prozesses 'Ubersetzen'). Kassei: Gesamthochschule Kassei. ). Seleskovitch, D. 1975. Langage, Langues et Mémoire. Paris: Minard. Shlesinger, Miriam. 1989. Simultaneous Interpretation as a Factor in Effecting Shifts in the Position of Texts on the Oral-Literate Continuum.

This does not mean that no I/T studies using students or amateurs as subjects should be undertaken. Students, who are readily available, numerous and METHODOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF RESEARCH 45 motivated, represent an especially valuable human resource. Moreover, they can gain a lot from the exercise and the careful scrutiny of their work, which is part of the process, provided ethical rules and respect for them are observed. However, caution is called for when using them in experiments or observational studies of professional translation or interpretation.

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