A Study Space Analysis of Interpretation Service Needs and Optimisation
AuthorsAmurun, Oghene-Ovoh Tyson
AffiliationUniversity of Derby
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AbstractThe paper reports a study space analysis (SSA) of 117 published investigations of the need for interpretation services and approaches to their optimisation. The study explores literature on the adequacy and ecological validity of interpretation service and interpretation optimisation. Research on rapport building appears to be the most investigated issue. Studies on interpretation services need and planning are infrequently researched, and there exist little or no study investigating police diversity effects on interpretation service needs and the planning effects. Studies investigating cognitive load, language, and gender effects on interpreting accuracy are sparse, with most research effort concentrated in conference interpreting settings.
CitationAmurun, O.O.T., (2021). 'A Study Space Analysis of Interpretation Service Needs and Optimisation'. Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology, pp. 1-14.
PublisherSpringer Science and Business Media LLC
JournalJournal of Police and Criminal Psychology
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