In order to prepare the ground for this issue of The Interpreters' Newsletter, we need to ‘set aside’ a series of assumptions which appear to underlie many studies on interpreting and to recall two factors that determined significant advances in Dialogue Interpreting (DI) research: 1. the introduction of the name “dialogue interpreting” by Mason (1999, 2009) and the consequent elaboration of the “dialogic discourse-based interaction (DI) paradigm” (Pöchhacker 2004); 2. what Straniero Sergio/Falbo (2012: 28) identify as the “social or sociological turn” taken by DI.

Studying Dialogue Interpreting: an Introduction

DAL FOVO, EUGENIA;NIEMANTS, NATACHA SARAH ALEXANDRA
2015

Abstract

In order to prepare the ground for this issue of The Interpreters' Newsletter, we need to ‘set aside’ a series of assumptions which appear to underlie many studies on interpreting and to recall two factors that determined significant advances in Dialogue Interpreting (DI) research: 1. the introduction of the name “dialogue interpreting” by Mason (1999, 2009) and the consequent elaboration of the “dialogic discourse-based interaction (DI) paradigm” (Pöchhacker 2004); 2. what Straniero Sergio/Falbo (2012: 28) identify as the “social or sociological turn” taken by DI.
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