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Title Why translation studies matters / edited by Daniel Gile, Gyde Hansen, Nike K. Pokorn.
Publication Info Amsterdam : John Benjamins, c2010.


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Descript xi, 269 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Contents Preface -- Part I. Does TS matter?: Why interpreting studies matters / Franz Pöchhacker -- What matters to translation studies? On the role of public translation studies / Kaisa Koskinen -- Part II. Translation and society: Translators as cultural mediators: wish or reality?: a question for translation studies / David Limon -- Censorship in the translations and pseudo-translations of the West / Carmen Camus Camus -- A world without God: Slovene Bambi / Nike K. Pokorn -- Manipulating the matricial norms: a comparison of the English, Swedish and French translations of La caverna de las ideas by José Carlos Somoza / Yvonne Lindqvist -- Knowledge in translation studies and translation practice: intellectual capital in modern society / Hanna Risku, Angela Dickinson and Richard Pircher -- Part III. Language issues: Is translation studies going Anglo-Saxon? Critical comments on the globalization of a discipline / Mary Snell-Hornby -- Slowakisch: Brückensprache zur slawischen Welt?: Möglichkeiten und Grenzen einer kleinen EU-Sprache / Martina Vankúšová -- Translation Studies and mass media research / Rachel Weissbrod -- Register shifts in translations of popular fiction from English into Slovene / Marija Zlatnar Moe -- Getting the ACCENT right in translation studies / Ian A. Williams -- Die Kirche im Dorf oder die Regierung im Wald lassen: Zum Übersetzungsproblem der Namen von Ämtern und Ähnlichem für Nachrichtenzwecke im Medium Radio / Dieter Hermann Schmitz -- Part IV. Assessment and training: Magnifying glasses modifying maps: a role for translation theory in introductory courses / Heloísa Pezza Cintrão -- Effects of short intensive practice on interpreter trainees' performance / Magdalena Bartomiejczyk -- Corpora in translator training: a program for an eLearning course / Kerstin Kunz, Sara Castagnoli, Natalie Kübler -- Part V. Psychology: Psycholinguistik, Übersetzungswissenschaft und Expertiseforschung im Rahmen der interdisziplinären Forschung / Caroline Lehr -- Interpreting Studies and psycholinguistics: a possible synergy effect / Agnieszka Chmiel -- fMRI for exploring simultaneous interpreting / Barbara Ahrens ... [et al.] -- Part VI. Postscript: Why Translation studies matters: a pragmatist's viewpoint / Daniel Gile -- Index.
ISBN 9789027224347 (hbk.) :
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Series Benjamins translation library ; v. 88
Benjamins translation library. EST subseries ; v. 6
Benjamins translation library ; v. 88.
Benjamins translation library. EST subseries ; v. 6.
Subject Translating and interpreting -- Study and teaching.
Alt author Gile, Daniel, editor.
Hansen, Gyde, editor.
Pokorn, Nike K, (Nike Kocijancic), editor.
Descript xi, 269 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Contents Preface -- Part I. Does TS matter?: Why interpreting studies matters / Franz Pöchhacker -- What matters to translation studies? On the role of public translation studies / Kaisa Koskinen -- Part II. Translation and society: Translators as cultural mediators: wish or reality?: a question for translation studies / David Limon -- Censorship in the translations and pseudo-translations of the West / Carmen Camus Camus -- A world without God: Slovene Bambi / Nike K. Pokorn -- Manipulating the matricial norms: a comparison of the English, Swedish and French translations of La caverna de las ideas by José Carlos Somoza / Yvonne Lindqvist -- Knowledge in translation studies and translation practice: intellectual capital in modern society / Hanna Risku, Angela Dickinson and Richard Pircher -- Part III. Language issues: Is translation studies going Anglo-Saxon? Critical comments on the globalization of a discipline / Mary Snell-Hornby -- Slowakisch: Brückensprache zur slawischen Welt?: Möglichkeiten und Grenzen einer kleinen EU-Sprache / Martina Vankúšová -- Translation Studies and mass media research / Rachel Weissbrod -- Register shifts in translations of popular fiction from English into Slovene / Marija Zlatnar Moe -- Getting the ACCENT right in translation studies / Ian A. Williams -- Die Kirche im Dorf oder die Regierung im Wald lassen: Zum Übersetzungsproblem der Namen von Ämtern und Ähnlichem für Nachrichtenzwecke im Medium Radio / Dieter Hermann Schmitz -- Part IV. Assessment and training: Magnifying glasses modifying maps: a role for translation theory in introductory courses / Heloísa Pezza Cintrão -- Effects of short intensive practice on interpreter trainees' performance / Magdalena Bartomiejczyk -- Corpora in translator training: a program for an eLearning course / Kerstin Kunz, Sara Castagnoli, Natalie Kübler -- Part V. Psychology: Psycholinguistik, Übersetzungswissenschaft und Expertiseforschung im Rahmen der interdisziplinären Forschung / Caroline Lehr -- Interpreting Studies and psycholinguistics: a possible synergy effect / Agnieszka Chmiel -- fMRI for exploring simultaneous interpreting / Barbara Ahrens ... [et al.] -- Part VI. Postscript: Why Translation studies matters: a pragmatist's viewpoint / Daniel Gile -- Index.
ISBN 9789027224347 (hbk.) :
Series Benjamins translation library ; v. 88
Benjamins translation library. EST subseries ; v. 6
Benjamins translation library ; v. 88.
Benjamins translation library. EST subseries ; v. 6.
Subject Translating and interpreting -- Study and teaching.
Alt author Gile, Daniel, editor.
Hansen, Gyde, editor.
Pokorn, Nike K, (Nike Kocijancic), editor.
LOCATION SHELVED AT LOAN TYPE STATUS
 BJL Reading Room 1st floor HDC  P306.5 .W49 2010  4 WEEK LOAN  AVAILABLE

Subject Translating and interpreting -- Study and teaching.
Descript xi, 269 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Contents Preface -- Part I. Does TS matter?: Why interpreting studies matters / Franz Pöchhacker -- What matters to translation studies? On the role of public translation studies / Kaisa Koskinen -- Part II. Translation and society: Translators as cultural mediators: wish or reality?: a question for translation studies / David Limon -- Censorship in the translations and pseudo-translations of the West / Carmen Camus Camus -- A world without God: Slovene Bambi / Nike K. Pokorn -- Manipulating the matricial norms: a comparison of the English, Swedish and French translations of La caverna de las ideas by José Carlos Somoza / Yvonne Lindqvist -- Knowledge in translation studies and translation practice: intellectual capital in modern society / Hanna Risku, Angela Dickinson and Richard Pircher -- Part III. Language issues: Is translation studies going Anglo-Saxon? Critical comments on the globalization of a discipline / Mary Snell-Hornby -- Slowakisch: Brückensprache zur slawischen Welt?: Möglichkeiten und Grenzen einer kleinen EU-Sprache / Martina Vankúšová -- Translation Studies and mass media research / Rachel Weissbrod -- Register shifts in translations of popular fiction from English into Slovene / Marija Zlatnar Moe -- Getting the ACCENT right in translation studies / Ian A. Williams -- Die Kirche im Dorf oder die Regierung im Wald lassen: Zum Übersetzungsproblem der Namen von Ämtern und Ähnlichem für Nachrichtenzwecke im Medium Radio / Dieter Hermann Schmitz -- Part IV. Assessment and training: Magnifying glasses modifying maps: a role for translation theory in introductory courses / Heloísa Pezza Cintrão -- Effects of short intensive practice on interpreter trainees' performance / Magdalena Bartomiejczyk -- Corpora in translator training: a program for an eLearning course / Kerstin Kunz, Sara Castagnoli, Natalie Kübler -- Part V. Psychology: Psycholinguistik, Übersetzungswissenschaft und Expertiseforschung im Rahmen der interdisziplinären Forschung / Caroline Lehr -- Interpreting Studies and psycholinguistics: a possible synergy effect / Agnieszka Chmiel -- fMRI for exploring simultaneous interpreting / Barbara Ahrens ... [et al.] -- Part VI. Postscript: Why Translation studies matters: a pragmatist's viewpoint / Daniel Gile -- Index.
Alt author Gile, Daniel, editor.
Hansen, Gyde, editor.
Pokorn, Nike K, (Nike Kocijancic), editor.
ISBN 9789027224347 (hbk.) :

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