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Abstract

This article reviews Interpreter Training in Conflict and Post-Conflict Scenarios

 

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2023-07-31
2024-06-22
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References

  1. Downie, Jonathan
    2020 “Interpreting Is Interpreting: Why We Need to Leave Behind Interpreting Settings to Discover Comparative Interpreting Studies.” Translation and Interpreting Studies16 (3): 325–346. 10.1075/tis.20006.dow
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