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Bridging the gap between translation and translation studies

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Bridging the gap between translation and translation studies. / Heath, David; Crabbe, Stephen.

Translator perspectives 2016. Japan Association of Translators, 2016. p. 16-17.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)

Harvard

Heath, D & Crabbe, S 2016, Bridging the gap between translation and translation studies. in Translator perspectives 2016. Japan Association of Translators, pp. 16-17. <http://jat.org/about/publication/translator-perspectives-2016>

APA

Heath, D., & Crabbe, S. (2016). Bridging the gap between translation and translation studies. In Translator perspectives 2016 (pp. 16-17). Japan Association of Translators. http://jat.org/about/publication/translator-perspectives-2016

Vancouver

Heath D, Crabbe S. Bridging the gap between translation and translation studies. In Translator perspectives 2016. Japan Association of Translators. 2016. p. 16-17

Author

Heath, David ; Crabbe, Stephen. / Bridging the gap between translation and translation studies. Translator perspectives 2016. Japan Association of Translators, 2016. pp. 16-17

Bibtex

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abstract = "What does the phrase “translation studies” bring to mind? Stuffy academics in ivory towers? Lecturers abreast of the latest developments in translation theory and pedagogy but with little experience or involvement in the day-to-day practices oftranslators? If this is your impression, we hope to change it.",
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