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Davidson, B. 1998. Interpreting medical discourse: A study of cross-linguistic communication in the hospital clinic. Doctoral diss., Stanford University. Stanford, Calif.

_____. 2000. The interpreter as institutional gatekeeper: The social-linguistic role of interpreters in Spanish-English medical discourse. Journal of Sociolinguistics 4 (3): 379–405.

_____. 2001. Questions in cross-linguistic medical encounters: The role of the hospital interpreter. Anthropological Quarterly 74 (4): 170–78.

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_____. 1998. Interpreting as interaction. New York: Addison Wesley Longman.

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