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Title: The Effect of Translators’ Learning Style on Translation Quality of Expressive Texts
Authors: Karimnia, Amin
Afshari, Soulmaz
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Khazar University Press
Series/Report no.: Volume 17;Number 1
Abstract: Throughout history, written and spoken translation has had a crucial role in communication between people not solely as a way to access important texts with religious purposes (Munday, 2008). Translation studies have become a noteworthy movement during the past thirty years. Since translation is a newly-born academic major, there is no translation theory that all translators can apply in their own practices, so translation studies have been controversial from various viewpoints, such as the debate on what constitutes a good translation (Matrat, 1992 as cited in Iida, 2008).
ISSN: 2223-2621
Appears in Collections:2014, Vol. 17, № 1

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