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£97.00

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Published: 04 March 2021 (Estimated)

600 Pages

248x171mm

ISBN: 9780190067205


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The Oxford Handbook of Translation and Social Practices

Edited by Sara Laviosa and Meng Ji

Oxford Handbooks

  • The first edited collection worldwide of interdisciplinary translation studies, this Handbook explores the intersection between linguistics, translation, and interpreting and other disciplines, including international politics, environmental sciences, law and legislation, public health, medical education and computer science
  • Broadens the scope of translation studies as an empirical, ethical, and technological discipline that plays an essential role in the world's transition toward sustainability, inclusion, and accessibility.
  • Offers a timely contribution to current debates around sustainable development, social justice, racial and ethnic conflicts, environmental protection, climate change policy communication, migration health, political rights of native and aboriginal peoples, access to social services and education among socio-economically disadvantaged communities.