Translation and Globalization
Psychology Press, 2003 - 197 pages
Translation and Globalization is essential reading for anyone with an interest in translation, or a concern for the future of our world's languages and cultures. This is a critical exploration of the ways in which radical changes to the world economy have affected contemporary translation.
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A particular word of thanks is due to the DCU / St Patrick's College Philosophy Reading Group which has been a constant source of illumination and a model of enthusiastic and generous intellectual enquiry . Fellow translators from the ...
Translation is rarely suited to the binary reductionism of polemic ( for or against globalization ) and as we hope the following chapters show , that is the particular strength of the activity and why it is so important to contemporary ...
attempts to understand the specific role of translation in this particular moment of human history . Secondly , my hope is to show translation students and teachers that translation is not only useful but interesting .
Although the received wisdom is that globalization spells the end of the nation - state , the chapter challenges this notion and looks at the particular relationship between translation and the developmental state .
In particular , the chapter looks at how , in various areas such as training and research , the minority perspective might be brought to bear on translation studies . Consideration is also given to how , from a nomadic translation ...
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