From Topic Boundaries to Omission: New Research on Interpretation
Gallaudet University Press, 2003 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 237 pages
This first volume in the Studies in Interpretation series studies several facets of signed language interpreting such as conference, courtroom, and medical interpretation; the interaction between Deaf presenters and audiences; and the non-manual elements used by interpreters in sign language transliteration.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Turn Exchange in an Interpreted Medical Encounter
Analysis of Interactive Discourse
A Sociolinguistic Analysis
Marking Topic Boundaries in Signed
Other editions - View all
American Sign Language analysis analyzed Angelelli asked audience members Auslan British Sign Language California Hope church congregation conscious strategic omissions contact signing context Deaf community diglossia discourse environment discussed educational Elda English words example extralinguistic pause eye gaze filled pause fingerspelling Gallaudet University Press Georgetown University Goffman HANDCLASP ICEs identified inter interac interaction interpretations and transliterations interpreted medical language contact lexical density lexical items lexically dense lines of text linguistic coping strategies Lucas medical encounter metalinguistic awareness Metzger mouth movements nonmanual number of omissions occurred overlapping participants pastor patients PHOTO presented preter prosodic Ramira RFK stadium segment sermon sign usage signed language interpreters Silver Spring Siple situation sociolinguistic Sofinski source text speaker spoken language talk Tannen target texts tion topic boundaries translation translit turn exchange types of omissions university lecture utterance variation VQAS Wadensjo Winston Y/N questions