Colleen Jones has published research and articles on the topics of gender bias and consumer orientation in the ASL/English interpreting field. Please see the links and PDFs below, and feel free to get in touch with any questions.
Jones, C. (2020). The changing landscape of interpreter professional development. VIEWS, 38 (1), 26-28.
Jones, C. (2020, May 20). This is not what I signed up for: Working remotely as a sign language interpreter. Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf Emergency Access. https://emergencyaccess.info/2020/05/working-remotely-as-a-sign-language-interpreter/
Jones, C. (2019). Consumer orientation. VIEWS, 36(4), 42-45. https://rid.org/consumer-orientation-views-fall-2019/
Jones, C. (2019). Orientation to the interpreted interaction. In E. Maroney, A. R. Smith, S. Hewlett, E. Trine, and V. Darden (eds.), Integrated and open interpreter education: The open educational resource reader and workbook for interpreters. Monmouth, OR: Western Oregon University.
Jones, C. (2019). Orientation to the Interpreted Interaction: An Examination of Consumer Perception. Journal of Interpretation. Vol. 27 : Iss. 1 , Article 2. https://digitalcommons.unf.edu/joi/vol27/iss1/2/
Jones, C. (2018, November). Perception in ASL Interpreted Interactions: Consumer Orientation. Poster session presented at the Conference of Interpreter Trainers, Salt Lake City, UT.
Jones, C. (2018, November). Perception in ASL Interpreted Interactions: Consumer Orientation. Paper presented at the Conference of Interpreter Trainers, Salt Lake City, UT. https://www.cit-asl.org/new/perception-in-asl-interpreted-interactions-consumer-orientation/
Jones, C. (2018, May). Orienting consumers: Reducing confusion, distraction, and negative perceptions. ORID Newsletter. https://create.piktochart.com/output/27420764-orid-newsletter-2018-spring
Jones, C. (2017). Perception in American Sign Language interpreted interactions: Gender bias and consumer orientation (Master’s Thesis). Western Oregon University, Monmouth, Oregon. https://digitalcommons.wou.edu/theses/41/