Communication between professionals providing attention and gender violence victims-survivors who do not speak the language: a report on the survey carried out on agents during the Speak Out for Support (SOS-VICS) project
UNIVERSAL IDENTIFIER: http://hdl.handle.net/11093/2643
EDITED VERSION: http://sosvicsweb.webs.uvigo.es/blogs/files/report-on-the-survey-carried-out-on-agents-during-the-speak-out-for-support-sos-vics-project.pdf
UNESCO SUBJECT: 5701.13 Lingüística Aplicada a la Traducción E Interpretación
DOCUMENT TYPE: book
Introduction: The SOS-VICS project carried out extensive fieldwork using the following methodology: focus groups with experts in gender violence (GV), Delphi survey of interpreters, personal interviews with victims and experts and a questionnaire survey directed to agents/professionals specialised in attending gender violence cases, which is the subject of this report. The objective of this research is to train interpreters to work in GV settings and therefore the intention of this survey was to ascertain the real situation of institutional attention provided by the different public bodies, entities and specialised services to foreign female GV victims when catering to their communication needs with agents and interpreters. The general objective was to determine the real communication situation between agents and GV victims who do not speak Spanish or the other coofficial languages in Spain, and any problems associated with interpreters during these meetings.
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