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This book is a must-have for anyone interested in language translation. It is a valuable tool for those looking to embark on a translation career and those already in the field. Faculty members teaching translation courses, current and graduate students and translation business owners will undoubtedly find this book to
Translation as a Career Option for Foreign Language Majors
Language: en
Pages: 24
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World English(es) and the Multilingual Turn
Language: en
Pages: 135
Authors: Annalisa Bonomo
Categories: Translating and interpreting
Type: BOOK - Published: 2017-01-06 - Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

The recent multilingual turn involves various different implicit and explicit language policies, urging pressure and resistance with regard to the spread of English and its dominant relationships with other national languages. As such, this book considers the social value of communication as the basis of multilingualism and of the evolution
Careers in Foreign Languages
Language: en
Pages: 32
Authors: Institute for Career Research
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ACHIEVING FLUENCY IN A FOREIGN language can lead to a career as a teacher or translator, both of which offer many opportunities to travel while you help others to accomplish their goals. Teachers help other people to learn foreign languages. Translators concentrate on translating written texts into another language. Interpreters
Schooling Diaspora
Language: en
Pages: 210
Authors: Karen M. Teoh
Categories: Chinese
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Schooling Diaspora looks into the motivations and strategies of missionaries, colonial authorities, and Chinese reformists and revolutionaries for educating girls, as well as the impact that this education had on identity formation among overseas Chinese women and larger society.