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Date of Award

5-2019

Degree Type

Action Research Project

Degree Name

Master of Arts in Interpreting Studies and Communication Equity

Department

ASL & Interpreting

First Advisor

Erica Alley

Second Advisor

Glenn Anderson

Third Advisor

Jonathan Webb

Department/School

Interpreting

Abstract

Section Timings

Abstract: 0:00

Introduction: 1:37

  • Adding PPO to RID’s Continuing Education: 2:11
  • The Problem Statement: 7:01
  • The Research Question: 8:37
  • Researcher Positionality: 8:58

Literature Review: 13:45

  • Definitions: 14:29
  • Resistance and Re-Framing: 27:47
  • How Language Influences Thought: 40:23
  • Interpreting and Power and Privilege: 44:21
  • Approaches to Teaching Power, Privilege, and Oppression: 55:11
  • Assessment and Evaluation for Power, Privilege and Oppression: 1:00:54
  • Conclusion: 1:03:08

Methodology: 1:03:45

  • Recruitment of Participants: 1:05:40
  • Theoretical Frameworks: 1:09:29
  • Looking at Qualitative Data: 1:11:50
  • Language for Research: 1:12:45
  • Tools for Language Analysis: 1:16:10

Study Participants: 1:18:28

  • Study Process & Participants: 1:19:53
  • Demographics of Participants in Study: 1:21:25
  • Limitations: 1:25:11

Results and Findings: 1:26:33

  • Initial Themes: 1:31:51
  • Awareness: 1:32:16
  • Stakeholders as Presenters: 1:42:26
  • Interpreters Match Community Diversity: 1:44:52
  • Active and Engaged Learning: 1:48:36
  • One Size Does NOT Fit All: 1:53:19
  • It’s Complicated/Intersectionality: 1:56:10
  • Skepticism: 1:58:54
  • Emotional & Linguistic Work: 2:03:05

Discussion and Conclusion: 2:07:57

  • Limitations: 2:08:36
  • Discussion: 2:10:53
  • In Conclusion: Recommendations for RID: 2:38:39
  • Future Research: 2:41:45
  • The Last Sign: 2:43:51

Acknowledgements: 2:45:30

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