Sign Language Interpreting: Exploring Its Art and Scienceis a comprehensive exploration of the practice and research relating to sign language interpreting. A pleasant conversational style of writing is used to present the problems, the issues, and the options in this field as they are known today. The reader is taken on a journey from the early days of interpreting, to the professionalization of interpreters, to an examination of past and present models of interpreting. The business and ethical aspects of interpreting are discussed while focusing on current practice.The text introduces first-time users to sign language and how it affects interpreting and for those knowledgeable about sign language interpreting, it gathers together a wealth of previously scattered materials.
|Title||:||Sign language interpreting|
|Author||:||David Alan Stewart, Jerome Daniel Schein, Brenda E. Cartwright|
|Publisher||:||Allyn & Bacon - 2004|