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Deaf Professionals and Designated Interpreters

A New Paradigm (Studies in Interpretation)

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Published by Gallaudet University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Language Arts & Disciplines,
  • Language Arts / Linguistics / Literacy,
  • Language,
  • Translating & Interpreting,
  • Language Arts & Disciplines / Translating & Interpreting

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsPeter C. Hauser (Editor), Karen L. Finch (Editor), Angela B. Hauser (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages224
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12136457M
    ISBN 101563683687
    ISBN 109781563683688

      Understanding the Work of Designated Healthcare Interpreters. Laurie Swabey 1, Todd S. K. Agan 2, Christopher J. Moreland 2, and Andrea M. Olson 1 1 St. Catherine University, 2 University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. Download PDF of Article. Abstract. Interpreters who work regularly with a deaf health professional are often referred to, in the . Deaf Professionals and Designated Interpreters: A New Paradigm This book of essays define a new model for interpreting that depends upon strong partnerships between the growing number of deaf professionals and their interpreters.

    Discover our full range of books, gifts, toys, stationery and audiobooks at Buy online with Free UK Delivery on Orders Over £   Deaf professionals working with designated interpreters have much greater access to idioms, jargon, and ongoing office banter. The ability of the Deaf professional to wield these opportunities equal to her peers has a direct impact on her aspirational capital.

    Napier, J, Carmichael, A & Wiltshire, A , Look-Pause-Nod: A linguistic case study of a Deaf professional and interpreters working together. in PC Hauser, KL Finch & AB Hauser (eds), Deaf professionals and designated interpreters: A new paradigm. Gallaudet University Press, Washington, pp. Cited by: 8. ten by deaf professionals and designated interpreters, there are deaf professionals working closely with designated interpreters in various countries and disciplines. The purpose of this chapter, as well as this volume, is to bring together a collec- tion of stories, thoughts, and studies on deaf professional—designated interpreter relationships.


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Deaf Professionals and Designated Interpreters: A New Paradigm defines a new model that depends upon strong partnerships between the growing number of deaf experts and their interpreters. Editors Peter C. Hauser, Karen L. Finch, and Angela B. Hauser have called upon more than a score of widely respected researchers to discuss the new dynamics of interpreting.

Deaf Professionals and Designated Interpreters: A New Paradigm defines a new model that depends upon strong partnerships between the growing number of deaf experts and their interpreters. Editors Deaf Professionals and Designated Interpreters book C.

Hauser, Karen L. Finch, and Angela B. Hauser have called upon more than a score of widely respected researchers to discuss the new dynamics /5(3). North Charles Street Baltimore, Maryland, USA +1 () [email protected] © Project MUSE.

Produced by Johns Hopkins University Press in collaboration with The Sheridan by: Deaf Professionals and Designated Interpreters. A New Paradigm. Peter C. Hauser, Karen L. Finch, and Angela B. Hauser, Editors. Interpreting for Deaf professionals in the medical field is explored in chapter nine, Of particular interest is the attention that Earhart and Hauser direct to the interpreter’s role as a filter in interpreting.

The deaf professional-designated interpreter model / Angela B. Hauser and Peter C. Hauser --Look-pause-nod: a linguistic case study of a deaf professional and interpreters working together / Jemina Napier, Andy Carmichael, and Andrew Wiltshire --Attitudes and behaviors of deaf professionals and interpreters / Poorna Kushalnagar and Khadijat.

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DEAF PROFESSIONALS AND DESIGNATED INTERPRETERS: A COLLABORATIVE APPROACH TO SERVICE DELIVERY. communication, a sense of loyalty to each other, and a mutual caring.

In essence, they become friends” (Oatman,p. For this relationship to be successful, there needs to be a balance between the personal and the professional. a designated interpreter to experience medicine from the eyes of a physician rather than a patient.

With the increasing numbers of deaf doctors, there will be a rising demand for qualified interpreters who can work together with deaf doctors to achieve effective communication. The job of interpreting for a deaf professional is.

() research on deaf professionals and designated interpreters, HIs attitudes toward deaf people were identifi ed as stereotypes.

These negative attitudes included recognizing deaf people as being pitiful and dependent and characterizing them as demonstrating aggression and suppression among the deaf subcultural groups such as African.

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Sepah draws a distinction between freelance interpreters who may randomly be assigned by an agency and “designated interpreters” who routinely work with the same Deaf clients hours a week. Buy Deaf Professionals and Designated Interpreters - a New Paradigm 1 by Hauser, Peter, Finch, Karen, Hauser, Angela (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.4/5(1). In the U.S. an increasing number of Deaf professionals (e.g., physicians, academics, scientists) has resulted in the development of "designated interpreters" and unique ways of collaborating with.

Deaf Professionals and Designated Interpreters: A New Paradigmdefines a new model that depends upon strong partnerships between the growing number of deaf experts and their s Peter C. Hauser, Karen L. Finch, and Angela B. Hauser have called upon more than a score of widely respected researchers to discuss the new dynamics of interpreting.

Twenty-five deaf professionals and designated interpreters contributed to this chapter volume and provide a detailed, insightful look into the interpreter-mediated world of deaf professionals who are doctors, academics, attorneys, CEOs, therapists, artists, filmmakers, and information technology : Jack Hoza.

Book Chapter. Department, Program, or Center. American Sign Language and Interpreting Education (NTID) Recommended Citation. Hauser, Peter, the Deaf Professional-Designated Interpreter Model.

Deaf Professionals and Designated Interpreters. Gallaudet University Press. Campus. RIT – Main Campus. Parallels to the Deaf/CODA experience of isolation & marginalization are explored. ($82, PS CEUs + PPO) "Deaf Professionals & Designated Interpreters" by: Peter C Hauser: This truly 'the bible' for interpreters working regularly with a Deaf professional in any field.

Please note: it is a $55 book.and the deaf professional’s discipline or work environment,” (Deaf Professionals and Designated Interpreters: A New paradigm,p. 4.). I was originally hired as a staff interpreter for my organization and worked with Mark when he was a Rehabilitation Counselor for the Deaf (RCD).

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