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Section A: Introduction A1. What is Translation? A2. Translation Strategies A3. The Unit of Translation A4. Translation Shifts A5. The Analysis of Meaning A6. Dynamic Equivalence and the Receptor of the Message A7. Textual Pragmatics and Equivalence A8. Translation and Relevance A9. Text Type in Translation A10. Text Register in Translation A11. Text, Genre and Discourse Shifts in Translation A12. Agents of Power in Translation A13. Ideology and Translation A14. Translation in the Information Technology Era Section B: Extension B1. What is Translation? B2. Translation Strategies B3. The Unit of Translation B4. Translation Shifts B5. The Analysis of Meaning B6. Dynamic Equivalence and the Receptor of the Message B7. Textual Pragmatics and Equivalence B8. Translation and Relevance B9. Text Type in Translation B10. Text Register in Translation B11. Text, Genre and Discourse Shifts in Translation B12. Agents of Power in Translation B13: Ideology and Translation B14. Translation in the Information Technology Era Section C: Exploration C1. What is Translation? C2. Translation Strategies C3. The Unit of Translation C4. Translation Shifts C5. The Analysis of Meaning C6. Dynamic Equivalence and the Receptor of the Message C7. Textual Pragmatics and Equivalence C8. Translation and Relevance C9. Text Type in Translation C10. Text Register in Translation C11. Text, Genre and Discourse Shifts in Translation C12. Agents of Power in Translation C13. Ideology and Translation C14. Translation in the Information Technology Era: Developing Words and Cultures. Glossary. Bibliography

About the Author

Basil Hatim is Professor of Translation and Linguistics at Heriot Watt University, UK and Professor of English and Translation at the American University of Sharjah, UAE. He is very well known internationally for his books with Ian Mason and single-authored texts. Jeremy Munday is Deputy Director of the Centre for Translation Studies, University of Surrey, UK and author of our very successful Introducing Translation Studies. Both are practising translators as well as theorists and experienced teachers.

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'To complement and enrich this truly innovative advanced resource book, there is a very useful website where students can browse in search of further text samples, translations, and updated information on developments and events pertaining to the discipline of Translation Studies.' -- The Linguist List

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