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Journal Title: Interpreting
Volume/Issue:   14 / 2
Date: 2012
Table of Contents: 2012. iii, 147 pp.

Table of Contents


The jeunes de langues in the eighteenth century: Spain’s first diplomatic interpreters on the European model
Ingrid Cáceres-Würsig

Complexities of high profile interpreting: The case of the Madrid train bomb trial
Anne Martin and Mustapha Taibi

The transcription of interpreting data
Natacha S.A. Niemants

Mediation through personal pronoun shifts in dialogue interpreting of political meetings
Cheng Zhan

The significance of interpreting modes for question–answer dialogues in court interpreting
Bente Jacobsen

Working conditions of community interpreters in Sweden: Opportunities and shortcomings
Eva Norström, Ingrid Fioretos and Kristina Gustafsson

Book Reviews

Rachel Locker McKee and Jeffrey E. Davis (Eds.). Interpreting in multilingual, multicultural contexts
Reviewed by Jules Dickinson

Mira Kadrić. Dialog als Prinzip. Für eine emanzipatorische Praxis und Didaktik des Dolmetschens
Reviewed by Lois M. Feuerle
Publisher: John Benjamins
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
Text/Corpus Linguistics
Forensic Linguistics
LL Issue: 23.3882