Corpus-based Translation and Interpreting Studies in Chinese Contexts - Present and Future
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Preface.- Part One: Corpus-based research on translational Chinese.- Corpus-based Research on Translational Chinese.- The Role of Translation Played in the Evolution of Mandarin: A Corpus-based Account.- Part Two: Corpus-based interpreting studies.- Corpus-based Interpreting Studies in China: Overview and Prospects.- Norms and Norm-Taking in Interpreting for Chinese Government Press Conferences: A Case Study of Hedges.- Part Three: Corpus-based research on styles.- Exploring the Roles of Semantic Prosody and Semantic Preference for Achieving Cross-language Equivalence: a corpus-based contrastive analysis of translation pairs in English and Chinese.- Looking for Translator's Fingerprints: A Corpus-based Study on Chinese Translations of Ulysses.- Part Four: Exploratory and critical approaches to corpus-based translation studies.- Discourses about China in Translations of Two Korean news Outlets: A Corpus-based Discourse Analysis Approach.- Corpus-based Translation Studies and Translation Cognition Research: Similarity and Convergence.
Includes articles by leading locally and internationally-based Chinese scholars in the area of corpus-based translation and interpreting studies
Steps beyond the research boundary of mainland China and uses ‘Chinese’ in its broadest sense to include other Chinese cultures, such as those in Taiwan, Hong Kong and elsewhere
Kyung Hye Kim is Lecturer in Translation Studies at the School of Foreign Languages, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China. Her academic interests lie in corpus-based translation studies, critical discourse analysis, and the application of narrative theory to translation and interpreting.