By Jim Chapin
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In this way, they can deduce the pragmatic meaning of the utterance from the literal, semantic meaning of what has been said. Maxims can be deliberately flouted by speakers to achieve rhetorical purposes. For example, the maxim of quality (telling the truth) needs to flouted to achieve sarcasm or irony, or to utter figures of speech or common expressions that use exaggeration. The maxims of quantity, quality and manner may be incompatible with the maxims of politeness, and hence may need to be flouted.
The other types that take place under the name of Community Interpreting are too diverse to warrant specialised names. These include welfare, immigration, education, to name just a few. Sign Language and Aboriginal Language interpreting, although with specific particularities not shared by other languages, also fall under the umbrella term of Community Interpreting. 5 Differences between Conference and Community Interpreting The main distinction in the field of interpreting has traditionally been between what is commonly known as Conference Interpreting and Community Interpreting.
The demands placed on the community interpreter are high, yet there are no consistent standards for their practice or any formal requirement for adequate training around the world, as the job of the community interpreter continues to be misunderstood and undermined by many. As Mikkelson states, community interpreting is ‘the least prestigious and most misunderstood branch of the interpreting profession’ (1996: 124). According to Overview of the Field 27 Gentile and colleagues, even conference interpreters misunderstand Community Interpreting, not regarding it as ‘an area of interpreting in its own right, but rather as a residual arm of language work at best, or multilingual welfare work (often with a charity air) at worst’ (1996: 8-9).