ADVOCACY FOR AN IMBALANCED WORLD

March 21, 2015

ONE PROCESS FOR ETHICAL DESCION-MAKING


  1. Ask questions to determine wheter there is a problem
  2. Identify and clearly state the problem,considering the ethicalpricnciples that may apply and ranking them in applicability.
  3. Clarify personal values as they relate to the problem.
  4. Consider alternative actions,including benefits and risks.
  5. Decide to carryout the action chose.
  6. Evaluate the outcome and consider what might be done differently next time. (Ca Standards,Pg 333). 
You have a system in place you will have mistakes. Child abuse was touched upon on this subject.
IME?
trolley-car ethics
Why a code of ethics
  • It is not just an additional set of (bureaucratic, red-tape,unnecessary) obligations.
  • Instead,it is a decision-making toolbox.
  • Think:sword and shield
It is a rule in Salem,Oregon to interpret. If you know the language then you should.

MATTHEW'S DEFINITION OF PROFESSIONAL
 A prefessional is a person with specialized skills and knowledge that are not available to the general public and for whom others must rely for those specialized skills or knowledge.
Specialized skills or knowledge are not easily substitutable nor subject to automation (Think Henry Ford's Model T Factory).
A professional has to make executive decision  based on incomplete and/or imperfect information and has to live with consequences.

The real sanction and you say that you are and you aren't I'm not advocating one way or another. It is actually really bad for one's persons or company to say that they are certified. The company 

SPECIAL POLICY MODEL OF ETHICS

TOTAL SELFLESSNESS                                                    TOTAL SELFISHNESS
Fiduciary 1) n. from the Latin fiduacia,meaning "trurst," a person (or a business like a bank or stock brokerage) who has the power and obligation to act to 


ECONOMIC MODEL FOR ETHICS, ESPECIALLY ACCREDITATION
  1. SUPPLY AND DEMAND
  2. BARRIERS TO ENTRY
STATE-SANCTIONED RESTRICTIONS ON ENTRY THINK "REGULATED PROFESSIONS"


"The result [of acreditation] could lead to increase state reimbursement for healthcare interpreter services . ultimately,these standards of practice will contribute to the recognition and acceptable of the velue of healthcare interpreting as a profession."
(Ca Standars , pg 21)


I. CONFIDENTIALITY

"The interpreter treats as confidential,within the treating team,all information learned in the performance of their professional duties, while observing relevant requirement regarding disclosure."
(ethics,pg 3)
See also, CA standards,pg   (25-26)




In Oregon no one can make you testify against your husband or wife (lawyer)
Settlements.
OTHERS WITH AN OBLIGATION OF CONFIDENTIALITY OREGON RULES OF EVIDENCE ,ORG
 



ORS 40.252 Rule 504-5.
Communications revealing intent to commit certain crimes.


(OVER) LITERAL INTERPRETION
When the interpreter tends "to be bound too much by the source material,resulting in renditions that are too literal,stilted,or at times incomprehensible,and do not sound natural in the target language.
Oftentimes,the renderings are
"word for word" or driven by the mistaken assumption tht the interpretations should be "literal."


PARAPHRASING
This is when an interpreter renders:
"[A]n approximate or condensed version of the original in his/her 'own words' instead of preserving all the elements of the original message."



Mimes banned for abusive language 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mitchell_and_Webb


AVOIDING PARAPHRASING


WHO ENFORCES ACCURACY?



 




























 

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