Issue Title
Vol 3, No 1 “Not everyday business.” A caseworker perspective on interpreter provision for deaf refugees and cooperation with interpreters Abstract  PDF
Sonja Pöllabauer
Vol 1, No 1-2 Unfolding occupational boundary work: Public service interpreting in social services for structurally vulnerable migrant populations in Finland Abstract  PDF
Camilla Nordberg, Hanna Kara
Vol 2, No 2 The right to receive information and the right to communicate: Keys to the Romanian translation and interpreting policy in prisons Abstract
Bianca Vitalaru
Vol 1, No 1-2 The right to an interpreter — A guarantee of legal certainty and equal access to public services in Sweden? Abstract  PDF
Kristina Gustafsson, Eva Norström, Linnéa Åberg
Vol 3, No 1 Expectations regarding interpreters in Brazil in the light of pandemic-enforced technological change: A pilot study Abstract  PDF
Renata Machado, Jonathan Downie
Vol 3, No 1 Vulnerability, moral concepts, and ethics in interpreting Abstract  PDF
Xiaohui Yuan
Vol 1, No 1-2 Language policies for social justice — Translation, interpreting, and access Abstract  PDF
Esther Monzó-Nebot, Christopher D. Mellinger
Vol 3, No 1 Asylum hearings in Italy: Who mediates between cultures? Abstract  PDF
Amalia Agata Maria Amato, Fabrizio Gallai
Vol 3, No 1 “I faced so many barriers”: Access to support for deaf female survivors of domestic violence in the UK Abstract  PDF
Jemina Napier, Lucy Clark, Lorraine Leeson, Lianne Quigley
Vol 3, No 1 The incidence of empathy when interpreting in the field for vulnerable populations in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict Abstract  PDF
Manuel Barea Muñoz
Vol 3, No 1 Interpreting for vulnerable populations: Tracing the role of interpreters in contexts of vulnerability Abstract  PDF
Lucia Ruiz Rosendo, Conor Martin
1 - 11 of 11 Items
Search tips:
  • Search terms are case-insensitive
  • Common words are ignored
  • By default only articles containing all terms in the query are returned (i.e., AND is implied)
  • Combine multiple words with OR to find articles containing either term; e.g., education OR research
  • Use parentheses to create more complex queries; e.g., archive ((journal OR conference) NOT theses)
  • Search for an exact phrase by putting it in quotes; e.g., "open access publishing"
  • Exclude a word by prefixing it with - or NOT; e.g. online -politics or online NOT politics
  • Use * in a term as a wildcard to match any sequence of characters; e.g., soci* morality would match documents containing "sociological" or "societal"