Sun, Jan 29|
Interpreting Social Status Through (Mostly First-Person) Pronoun Use
Research has shown that pronouns, specifically first-person singular pronouns, subtly signal the perceived relative social status of conversation partners in American English. The title of this workshop may bring to mind gender-neutral pronouns, but that is not the topic for this event.
Time & Location
Jan 29, 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM EST
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*Please have a device available to record your own mock interpretations for personal analysis. You will not be asked to share these recordings with anyone or to analyze anyone else’s work besides your own*
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This ticket is eligible for 0.4 RID/BEI CEU's after completing the Check-Out Link after the event.
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This ticket is intended for non-certified interpreters, students, and deaf participants who DO NOT need CEU's. You will not receive a Certificate of Participation for this event with this ticket.
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