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مترجمة : A Case Study Of An Arabic/Jordanian Sign Language (Liu) Interpreter In Jordan, Erin Trine
Master's of Arts in Interpreting Studies (MAIS) Theses
Signed languages have received increased recognition in recent years. Profound misconceptions about signed languages and signed language interpreting continue to be pervasive. Organizations such as the World Association of Sign Language Interpreters and the World Federation of the Deaf are working to advance the training of interpreters around the globe. The same resources are not available in every region. In this study the author reports on the experiences of an Arabic/Jordanian Sign Language (LIU) interpreter through a single case study exploring her reported experiences. The participant is an adult woman and experienced interpreter. Data regarding the participant’s experiences ...
Acquisition Of The English Language: An Examination Of Deaf Students And Literacy, Kristin Mahoney
Honors Senior Theses/Projects
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