This book provides a more in-depth discussion on how to interpret successfully in interactive settings. With discussion points and suggested activities at the end of each chapter, this book will teach students enrolled in ITPs and all those looking to improve their understanding of interactive interpreting about all levels of the communication process. The text provides insight on how to navigate a variety of interpreting situations. The reader will learn how an interpreter can manage the different aspects of interactive interpreting between cultures and languages, along with another frequently-occurring type of interactive interpreting, that of video relay.
by Jean Kelly
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