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Number of items: 4.

2018

Devaux, Jerome (2018). Technologies and role-space: how videoconference interpreting affects the court interpreter’s perception of her role. In: Fantinuoli, Claudio ed. Interpreting and Technology. Language Science Press, pp. 91–117. file

2017

Devaux, Jerome (2017). Technologies In Interpreter-Mediated Criminal Court Hearings: an Actor-Network Theory account of the interpreter’s perception of her role-space. PhD thesis The University of Salford. file

Devaux, Jerome (2017). Virtual presence, ethics, and videoconference interpreting: insights from court settings. In: Valero-Garcés, Carmen and Tipton, Rebecca eds. Ideology, Ethics and Policy Development in Public Service Interpreting and Translation. Bristol: Multilingual Matters. restricted access item, not available for direct download

2016

Devaux, Jérôme (2016). When the role of the court interpreter intersects and interacts with new technologies. In: Henry-Tierney, P and Karunanayake, D eds. Intersect, Innovate, Interact. CTIS Occasional Papers, 7. Manchester: Centre for Translation and Intercultural Studies, pp. 4–21. file

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