5 edition of Sign language interpreting in Australia found in the catalog.
Sign language interpreting in Australia
|Statement||Uldis Ozolins & Marianne Bridge ; Language Australia [and] Centre for Research & Development in Interpreting and Translating, Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia.|
|Contributions||Bridge, Marianne., Deakin University. Centre for Research & Development in Interpreting and Translating.|
|LC Classifications||HV2474 .O96 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 96 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||96|
|LC Control Number||00343259|
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This book is the first of its type, designed to introduce students, researchers and practitioners to the relatively new, and now fast developing, discipline of Interpreting Studies. Written by a leading researcher in the field, the book covers international conference, court and hospital interpreting in both spoken and signed languages. The book begins by tracing the evolution of the field Sign Language Australia Interpreting Translation and Localization Professional Auslan interpreting services in Adelaide, SA
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Published by Get this from a library. Sign language interpreting in Australia. [Uldis Ozolins; Marianne Bridge; Deakin University. Centre for Research & Development in Interpreting and Translating.] -- Sign language interpreting in :// Sign Language Interpreting provides an updated overview of the profession in Australia and New Zealand, introducing contemporary theoretical and applied aspects of interpreting practice.
Drawing upon international and local sources, it discusses the interpreting process, the role of the interpreter, professionalism and ethics, as well as (6) how deaf adults actually use sign language discourse to communicate in their everyday lives and the challenges this poses for sign language interpreters; and (7) interpreting pedagogy, using action research to explore aspects of distance education, blended learning, curriculum innovation and discourse-based teaching :// From Juneall aged care assessment and delivery services now have access to free sign language and interpreting services to support older Australians who are deaf, deafblind, or hard of hearing to access or engage with Australian Government funded aged care services.
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I use it as a jumping off document for students who are considering interpreting as a field and want to read about it since the size is manageable and the language is digestible.
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Within the sign language that is used in Australia, there is significant language variation. Briefly this includes, but is not limited to: Australian Sign Language (Auslan), which is the primary language of most Deaf individuals. Auslan is a language with its own grammar, structure and :// International Perspectives on Sign Language Interpreting.
In this Book. Additional Information. View contents. View Citation; Buy This Book in Print. summary. From the moment the World Association of Sign Language Interpreters (WASLI) was established inan overwhelming wave of requests from around the world arrived seeking information Translating of English resources and materials into Auslan is a speciality of Sign Language Australia.
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