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What can interpreters learn from deaf leaders' use of sign language interpreters? Researchers interviewed 14 deaf leaders in 7 countries
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How do deaf leaders use sign language interpreters? Furthermore, does this change from one country to the next? Meanwhile, what can interpreters learn from deaf leaders’ experiences? In response, researchers interviewed 14 deaf leaders from seven countries.

The article published in the June 2017 issue of the journal Across Languages and Culture: A Multidisciplinary Journal for Translation and Interpreting Studies. We could not assess whether the PDF file is accessible for people using screen reading software. This article is not available for free. However, you can buy it at the link, or ask your library.

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