The main goal of this paper is to analyse the evaluation patterns of various groups of Simultaneous Interpreting (SI) recipients, paying particular attention to interpreter intonation. The research examines whether different recipients share general patterns when evaluating interpreter intonation, regardless of its degree of monotony. It also looks at whether their degree of knowledge of the SI process results in different patterns and, above all, a reduced influence of the interpreter’s monotony on other quality parameters. The research comprises two studies involving different subjects and materials. The results indicate that, starting from the evaluation of interpreter intonation, certain common traits can be identified in the evaluation patterns of SI.

Quality assessment and intonation in simultaneous interpreting: evaluation patterns

Spinolo, Nicoletta
;
Garwood, Christopher
2016

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The main goal of this paper is to analyse the evaluation patterns of various groups of Simultaneous Interpreting (SI) recipients, paying particular attention to interpreter intonation. The research examines whether different recipients share general patterns when evaluating interpreter intonation, regardless of its degree of monotony. It also looks at whether their degree of knowledge of the SI process results in different patterns and, above all, a reduced influence of the interpreter’s monotony on other quality parameters. The research comprises two studies involving different subjects and materials. The results indicate that, starting from the evaluation of interpreter intonation, certain common traits can be identified in the evaluation patterns of SI.
Collados Aís, Ángela
Evaluación de la calidad y entonación del intérprete de simultánea: pautas evaluadoras
Spinolo, Nicoletta; Garwood, Christopher
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