cohesion; simultaneous and consecutive interpreting
Linguistica Silesiana, Vol. 33 (2012), s. 147-172
The purpose of the following study is to examine how the two modes of interpreting, simultaneous and consecutive, influence the choice and rendition of personal reference cohesive markers. Taking into account the inherent constraints, these two types of interpreting can be expected to be heavily marked by mode-specific shifts in cohesion. It has been hypothesised that the rendition of cohesive devices in simultaneous interpreting would differ from its realisation in the consecutive mode given the range of inherent constraints.