Demand-Control Schema and Supervision
There has been a significant shift in ethical expectations in the field of interpreting from a deontological, or a rule-based approach, to a more teleological, or a goal and consequences-based approach. Given that, interpreters are no longer expected to rely on rules which tell professionals what to think ethically but how to think ethically. In this demand-control schema (DC-S) workshop, participants are provided with an introduction and with explanation constructs of DC-S. The majority of the time and attention will be focused on the use of DC-S as dialogic work analysis. The dialogic work analysis provides practitioners, mentors and teachers with ethical constructs which can be used in the analysis of their own work, and used as a framework in their dicussions with their colleagues, mentees or students.