Quiz Lesson 11: Working with Interpreters
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Match the correct statements of an interpreter:
- When working in culturally diverse environments a peacekeeper must carefully question their own cultural expectations to avoid stereotyping, or forming prejudices against other groups.
- Body language, or non-verbal communication, is very important, as it conveys a lot of things that you do not say. Different gestures have different meanings in different cultures.
- It is unlikely that the language assistant assigned to your section will have received any formal training as an interpreter. It will thus be helpful to tell the interpreter what you want them to say, and how you want them to act.
- Brief the interpreter not to analyse, clean up, value-judge or edit what is being said. What the interpreter can do is explain the culture or context, where necessary.
Negotiating with an Interpreter