Translating as a purposeful activity: functionalist approaches explained

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St. Jerome, 1997 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 154 pages
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This is really a great book for students like me doing Linguistics

Review: Translating As A Purposeful Activity: Functionalist Approaches Explained (Translation Theories Explained,)

User Review  - Guillermo Osorio - Goodreads

If you are studying Translation this book is a MUST. It is so easy to read and it explains pefectly the Skopostheorie. Every single item is explained with examples in more than 5 different languages ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
Translating and the Theory of Action
15
Basic Concepts of Skopostheorie
27
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