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Corpus-Based Interpreting Studies

  • Kaibao Hu
Part of the New Frontiers in Translation Studies book series (NFTS)

Abstract

This chapter, following an overview of the evolution of interpreting studies, focuses on corpus-based interpreting studies, including the compilation of corpora for interpreting studies and the study of features of interpreted texts and interpreting norms. It concludes with case studies which illustrate how corpus-based interpreting studies can be conducted.

Keywords

Propositional Content Video File English Text Press Conference Past Participle 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Kaibao Hu
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  1. 1.School of Foreign LanguagesShanghai Jiaotong UniversityShanghaiChina

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