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L'interprète doit-il à tout prix éviter d'interrompre le discours ?

Abstract : An interpreter tries to avoid influencing the situation of enunciation as much as possible and nevertheless he sometimes has to interrupt the speaker. Whether it applies to a technical problem, a language issue or a necessary refocusing on his job, he will then briefly betray his current alter-ego, that’s to say the orator. The aim of this research is to work out whether it’s relevant to interrupt the speaker or choose alternative strategies that we’ll describe further on. We’ll see how any strategic choice to manage the interpretation may influence the ethical principles of the interpreter, especially the accuracy of the speech and the unrealistic purpose of transparency.
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Thibaut Dalle. L'interprète doit-il à tout prix éviter d'interrompre le discours ?. Linguistique. 2006. ⟨dumas-01670790⟩

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