Publication details [#18493]
Shlesinger, Miriam and Rakefet Sela-Sheffy, eds. 2009. Profession, identity and status: translators and interpreters as an occupational group. 136 pp.
This special issue focuses on the role, status and professional identity of translators and interpreters in different contexts and countries. Translators and interpreters are asked in questionnaires whether they and their environment consider translating as a professional activity or merely as an occupation. [Source: W. Tesseur]
Articles in this volume
Monzó, Esther. Legal and translational occupations in Spain: regulation and specialization in jurisdictional struggles. 135–154
Chan, Andy Lung Jan. Effectiveness of translator certification as a signaling device: views from the translator recruiters. 155–171
Setton, Robin and Alice Liangliang Guo. Attitudes to role, status and professional identity in interpreters and translators with Chinese in Shanghai and Taipei. 210–238