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(Archived) Speaking Across Genders Expanded: A Practical Application of Appropriate Voicing Techniques

(Archived) Speaking Across Genders Expanded: A Practical Application of Appropriate Voicing Techniques

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This workshop was originally streamed live on April 24, 2021.

RID CEUs: 0.6 PS

Cost: $75

Language: Spoken English

Workshop Description:

Whether you have attended Clint’s previous workshops on this topic before or not, he has completely re-vamped and expanded on theories related to gender discourse nuances and the need for interpreters to assess and adjust to the sociolinguistic needs of Deaf consumers whose gender identity is different from the hearing interpreter’s. Clint has added extensive opportunities to apply these theories appropriately when interpreting from ASL to English.

Educational Objectives:

At the end of this workshop participants will be able to:

  • identify differences in gender discourse styles

  • summarize the history behind why men and women communicate the way they do

  • explore non-binary and other gender identities and possible discourse nuances/norms.

  • develop strategies for gender matching and balancing cross-cultural issues when voicing for consumers whose gender identity is different than the interpreter’s 

  • demonstrate strategies and post-analyze appropriateness of adjustments made when voicing across genders

Presenter Bio:

Clinton Behunin, M.S.

ASL Interpreter, RID CI & CT, EIPA Secondary, UT Professional Certified

Clint’s professional career has afforded him a variety of opportunities as an interpreter as well as a college professor and has taught at five different universities all over the State of Utah specializing in interpreter education. He is currently a faculty member at Utah State University Blanding, teaching general Communication Studies courses. In addition to his work as an instructor, Clint has worked as a certified interpreter for over twenty years, specializing in everything and yet nothing at the same time. He is a frequent workshop presenter in both the interpreting and the Communication Studies fields, presenting at regional, national and international conferences. His academic and research interests have led him all over the world where he has had the opportunity to engage in deliberate practice through situated learning. His particular areas of research interest include Intercultural Communications, Discourse Analysis, Indigenous Studies, Gender Studies, and Situated Learning. Clint has a passion for teaching and has an insatiable drive to guide others on their own individualized learning paths.

Refunds:

Full refunds will be given for all written (emailed) requests received within 30 days of purchase. No refunds will be given for requests received after that time but funds may be used toward a future Zaboosh workshop.

Accommodations:

For accommodations please contact us: support@zaboosh.com.

Non-Discrimination Policy:

Zaboosh does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. 


This workshop is geared toward working ASL interpreters and interpreting students and will be presented in Spoken English.

*RID credits are sponsored by Zaboosh. Zaboosh is an Approved RID CMP Sponsor for Continuing Education Activities. This Professional Studies program is offered for .6 CEUs at the Little/None Content Knowledge Level.

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