Translation and Interpreting Studies 5:2
[Translation and Interpreting Studies, 5:2] 2010. iii, 104 pp.
Publishing status: Available
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Table of Contents
Leave no stone unturned: On the development of cognitive translatologyRicardo Muñoz Martín | pp. 145–162
From modal particles to point of view: A theoretical framework for the analysis of translator attitudeMarion Winters | pp. 163–185
The intersection of localization and translation: A corpus study of Spanish original and localized web formsMiguel A. Jiménez-Crespo | pp. 186–207
The application of text type in non-literary translation teachingChen Qiujin | pp. 208–219
Representations of translators in popular cultureNitsa Ben-Ari | pp. 220–242
Translation and Interpreting Studies in ReviewCarol S. Maier | pp. 243–244
Notes on Contributorspp. 245–246
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