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Journal Title: Interpreting
Volume/Issue:   16/1
Date: 2014
Table of Contents: 2014. iii, 138 pp.

Table of Contents

Articles

Testing aptitude for interpreting: The predictive value of oral paraphrasing, with synonyms and coherence as assessment parameters
Mariachiara Russo
1 – 18

Putting interpreting admissions exams to the test: The MA KD Germersheim Project
Catherine Chabasse and Stephanie Kader
19 – 33

Source language-related erroneous stress placement in the target language output of simultaneous interpreters
Mária Bakti and Judit Bóna
34 – 48

Orality and authenticity in an interpreter-mediated defendant’s examination: A case study from the Belgian Assize Court
Emmanuelle Gallez and Katrijn Maryns
49 – 80

Social and private speech in an interpreted meeting of deafblind persons
Sigrid Slettebakk Berge
81 – 105

Report

Breaking news: Sign language interpreters on television during natural disasters
Rachel McKee
107 – 130

Book Reviews

Francesco Straniero Sergio and Caterina Falbo (Eds.). Breaking ground in corpus-based interpreting studies.
Reviewed by Wallace Chen
131 – 134

Rachel Lung. Interpreters in Early Imperial China
Reviewed by Kayoko Takeda
135 – 138
Publisher: John Benjamins
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
Pragmatics
Sociolinguistics
Text/Corpus Linguistics
Translation
Cognitive Science
Subject Language(s): English
Hungarian
Italian
Norwegian Bokmål
Norwegian Sign Language
 
LL Issue: 25.1441