Volume 9(1) ~ June 2017
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Table of Contents
Creating Connections Between Inquiry and Education
Ineke Crezee and George Major
Using Propositional Analysis to Assess Interpreting Quality
Yan Lydia Ding
“That is not the question I put to you Officer”: An Analysis of Student Legal Interpreting Errors
Jo Anna Burn and Ineke Crezee
Interview with Myriam Vermeerbergen: Flemish Sign Language
Myriam Vermeerbergen and Debra Russell
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