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The Demand Control Schema: Interpreting as a Practice Profession

Demand Control Schema (DC-S) is a framework which guides interpreters in their development of ethical and effective decision-making skills. Each chapter covers the key elements of DC-S and includes a class activity, quiz...
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The Demand Control Schema: Interpreting as a Practice Profession

Demand Control Schema (DC-S) is a framework which guides interpreters in their development of ethical and effective decision-making skills. Each chapter covers the key elements of DC-S and includes a class activity, quiz...
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This text is a comprehensive overview and discussion of the demand control schema (DC-S) and its application to interpreting, benefitting student learning and synthesis of the multi-faceted applications of DC-S to the work of interpreting practitioners. This textbook is a must for every interpreter education program and every interpreter educator.

Designed primarily for classroom use, each of the 10 chapters guides the reader through the key elements of DC-S, including its theoretical constructs, the purpose and method of dialogic work analysis and the importance of engaging in reflective practice. Each chapter concludes with a class activity, homework, quiz, discussion questions and an advanced activity for practicing interpreters. [Robyn K. Dean, Robert Q. Pollard, Jr.; (2014) 154 pages; soft cover]

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