Language policy in interpreting and translating
Uldis Ozolins |
Department of Language and Culture Studies, Victoria College
While the area of I/T has had an ambivalent place in Australian language policy, the area of I/T is of interest because Australia serves as a model a kind if I?T which is becoming increasingly common throughout the world. The present summary article explores the particular place of I/T within language policy, identifies some of the significant issues confronted by I/T, and connects them to other areas of language policy.