Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Daniel Gile ... [et al.].|
|Series||Benjamins translation library,, v. 33|
|LC Classifications||P306.2 .G48 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 255 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||255|
|LC Control Number||2001043804|
About the Author. Christina Schäffner is a Reader in Translation Studies (German) in the School of Languages and Social Sciences at Aston University (Birmingham, UK). Her main research interests are translation studies, political discourse, textlinguistics, and Format: Hardcover. Experienced supervisors as well as younger scholars speak to beginning researchers in interpreting, and more generally in Translation Studies. The contributors, who are very familiar with the difficulties beginners experience, focus on their needs and anticipate their : 《口译研究入门：方法、体会、建议》（Getting Started in Interpreting Research: Methodological Reflections, Personal Accounts and Advice for Beginners.）一书是共收录了由Daniel Gile 等人撰写的15 篇文章，其中，Daniel Gile、Helle V. Dam 和Anne Schjoldager 三人共同对相关的文章进行了介绍和总结，而其余的13 篇文章写得全部都是. This is the first book to deliver a comprehensive guide to research methods in all types of interpreting. It brings together the expertise of two world-recognized scholars in spoken and signed language interpreting to cover the full scope of the features questions, prompts and exercises throughout to highlight key concepts, provoke thought and encourage reader interaction. It.
This volume covers a wide range of topics in Interpreting and Translation Research. Some deal with scientometrics and the history of Interpreting Studies, arguments about conceptual analysis, meta-language and interpreters' risk-taking strategies. Other papers are on research skills like career management, writing communicative abstracts and the practicalities of survey research. Historical research is rare in interpreting studies as evidenced b y the limi ted number of this type of resear ch published in In terpretin g – only three articles within t he examined perio : Minhua Liu. A guide to interpreting historical evidence Every image, object, building, written source and landscape is a piece of evidence that can help us understand the past. Analysing this kind of evidence is called ‘interpreting’. Beginning to interpret historical evidence may feel a little daunting,File Size: KB. Organizing and documenting the research that you do is a key concept for both beginners and seasoned family history researchers. The following articles will help you understand this important process: Organizing Your Files. Document AS YOU GO! Cite Your Sources (Source Footnotes) Copying Sources. Keeping a Research Log.
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