Communiquer pour Interpréter: Cas de l’Interprète en Situation de Dialogue

Raymond Jean Rocher, Xiangrong CHEN

Abstract


Dans cet article, nous nous proposons de distinguer différents modèles de l’interprétation élaborés par des chercheurs en interprétation dont les travaux ont traités de la communication dans le cadre d’une relation tripartite en face-à-face entre des interlocuteurs et un interprète. A travers la trajectoire évolutive de ces modèles nous tenterons de mettre en valeur des paramètres communs permettant d’identifier une compétence de communication spécifique à l’interprétation de dialogue. A l’issue desquels nous discuterons de la légitimité du droit à communiquer de l’interprète.


Keywords


Interprétation de dialogue; Communiquer; Interaction; Modèle

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