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    Peter Llewellyn-Jones and Robert G. Lee Redefining the role of the community interpreter: The concept of role space

  • Author(s): Juan Hu 1
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    1 Guizhou Normal University
  • Source: Babel, Volume 63, Issue 3, Jan 2017, p. 457 - 461
  • DOI: https://doi.org/10.1075/babel.63.3.13jua
    • Version of Record published : 03 Nov 2017
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