Robert Skinner
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A faster path between meaning and form? Iconicity facilitates sign recognition and production in British Sign Language
D Vinson, RL Thompson, R Skinner, G Vigliocco
Journal of Memory and Language 82, 56-85, 2015
642015
The hands and mouth do not always slip together in British Sign Language: Dissociating articulatory channels in the lexicon
DP Vinson, RL Thompson, R Skinner, N Fox, G Vigliocco
Psychological Science 21 (8), 1158-1167, 2010
472010
" It's good for them but not so for me": Inside the sign language interpreting call centre
J Napier, R Skinner, GH Turner
Translation & Interpreting, The 9 (2), 1-23, 2017
212017
Here or there: research on interpreting via video link
J Napier, R Skinner, S Braun
Gallaudet University Press, 2018
162018
Telecommunication relay services as a tool for deaf political participation and citizenship
GH Turner, J Napier, R Skinner, M Wheatley
Information, Communication & Society 20 (10), 1521-1538, 2017
162017
“When I speak people look at me”: British deaf signers’ use of bimodal translanguaging strategies and the representation of identities
J Napier, R Oram, A Young, R Skinner
Translation and Translanguaging in Multilingual Contexts 5 (2), 95-120, 2019
132019
Interpreting via video link: Mapping of the field
R Skinner, J Napier, S Braun
Here or there: research on interpreting via video link. Studies in …, 2018
132018
Conducting research with deaf sign language users
L Leeson, J Napier, R Skinner, T Lynch, L Venturi, H Sheikh
Doing Research in Applied Linguistics, 134-145, 2016
102016
What counts? A typological and descriptive analysis of British Sign Language number variations
RA Skinner
Unpublished master’s thesis, University of London, 2007
102007
Using video technology to engage deaf sign language users in survey research: An example from the'Insign'project
J Napier, K Lloyd, R Skinner, GH Turner, M Wheatley
Translation & Interpreting, The 10 (2), 101-121, 2018
82018
Enabling political participation through video relay interpreting: A case study
J Napier, R Skinner, GH Turner
Here or there? Research on interpreting via video link, 230-263, 2018
62018
Translating the Deaf self
J Napier, A Young, R Oram, R Skinner, N O’Connell
Unpublished research report. Heriot-Watt University & University of Manchester, 2017
62017
Mediating identities: Sign language interpreter perceptions on trust and representation
J Napier, R Skinner, A Young, R Oram
Journal of Applied Linguistics and Professional Practice 14 (1), 75-95, 2019
52019
Well, it’s green here, but I’ve seen green and green, and my mother’s was always green": Initial issues and insights from translating the BSL Corpus
K Pollitt, J Beck, H Dunipace, S Lee, C McShane, E Roberts, S Rowan, ...
Developing the Interpreter; Developing the Profession. Coleford, UK: Forest …, 2012
42012
Approximately There – Positioning Video-Mediated Interpreting in Frontline Police Services
S Robert
Heriot-Watt University, 2020
3*2020
What to say or not to say in police interviews? An overview of evidence from the Justisigns research project
J Napier, R Skinner, GH Turner, T Haug, L Katchinka, L Leeson, ...
EFSLI2015 conference:“To say or not to say? Challenges of interpreting from …, 2015
22015
The social construction of 101 non-emergency video relay services for deaf signers
RA Skinner, J Napier, NR Fyfe
International journal of police science & management 23 (2), 145-156, 2021
12021
Mediating identities: Sign language interpreter perceptions on representation and trust
J Napier, R Skinner, A Young, R Oram
Journal of Applied Linguistics and Professional Practice 14 (1), 2019
12019
Justisigns: Developing research-based training resources on sign language interpreting in police settings in Europe
J Napier, R Skinner, GH Turner, L Leeson, T Lynch, H Sheikh, ...
Teaching legal interpreting, 2019
12019
Here or there: Research on interpreting via video link
S Braun, R Skinner, J Napier
Gallaudet University Press, 2018
12018
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