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Power & Privilege: Deaf and Hearing Interpreters' Experiences

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(This recording does not include the first 10 minutes of the webinar, however the missing information can be found in the transcript below) How do Deaf and hearing interpreters talk about power and privilege when they reflect on their work? This presentation discusses the experiences of interpreters from Canada and the U.S. and their views on constructs of power and privilege dynamics in interpreted interactions. The data we will share showed intersections among power and privilege, interpreters' sense of agency, interpreters' conceptualization of the task of interpreting, negative power dynamics among Deaf and hearing teams, and the need for specialized training about these concepts and how to work together effectively as D/H teams.

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