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Contemporary translation theories often tackle the aspects of ‘culture’ and ‘context’. The university education of translators seems to take this into account, as it habitually involves courses on civilization, history, and etcetera. Nevertheless, these courses are of fairly general interest. In the first part of this paper, the author aims to develop the concept of ‘contextual culture’. This concept is used in the second part, in order to establish certain needs of students and the type of course that could correspond to them.
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