Interpretação jurídica, surdos e serviço de júri

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Resumo

Este artigo foi publicado na revista da Associação de Intérpretes de Língua de Sinais no Reino Unido. Ele dá uma visão geral da interpretação legal, e uma questão particularmente atual para a comunidade surda, se eles devem ser autorizados a servir como jurados em tribunais penais com intérpretes. Atualmente, em muitos países, isso não é permitido. Em qualquer país, a interpretação jurídica, e qualquer combinação de idiomas, é um desafio, então eu espero que este artigo seja interessante para essas questões e discussões no Brasil.

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Biografia do Autor

Jemina Napier

Doutora em Interpretação de Língua de Sinais Australiana/Inglês (2002) pelo Departamento de Linguística da Universidade Macquarie em Sydney. Mestre em interpretação de língua de sinais britânica (BSL) / Inglês pela Durham University, Inglaterra. Fundou o primeiro Programa de Pós-graduação em Interpretação de Língua de Sinais Australiana (Auslan) / Inglês na Macquarie University em Sydney em 2002. Foi chefe do conjunto de programas de Tradução e Interpretação da Macquarie University em Sydney de 2007-2012. É diretora de Comunicação Intercultural e Chefe do Departamento de Línguas e Estudos Interculturais na Escola de Administração e Línguas na Heriot-Watt University em Edimburgo na Escócia. É pesquisadora, educadora e intérprete, tendo atuado como intérprete de língua de sinais desde 1988, trabalhando com a língua inglesa e britânica de sinais (BSL), a língua australiana de sinais (Auslan) e Sinais Internacionais. É ex-presidente da Associação Australiana de Intérpretes de Língua de Sinais (ASLIA). Foi membro do conselho inaugural da Associação Mundial de Intérpretes de Língua de Sinais (WASLI). Foi editora inaugural do International Journal of Interpreter Education e continua a ser membro de seu conselho editorial.

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2019-01-31
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NapierJ., BarbosaD. M., & ManesP. R. M. (2019). Interpretação jurídica, surdos e serviço de júri. Belas Infiéis, 8(1), 301-315. https://doi.org/10.26512/belasinfieis.v8.n1.2019.22638
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