The heterogeneity of university website discourse
This article considers the discourse of university websites as a type of computer mediated communication. It is shown that university website discourse is of heterogeneous nature. The author analyses the interaction of educational, scientific, and advertising discourses. Special attention is paid to the ...
Text localization as a task of translation
Today, the term ‘localization’ is used in many studies of translations and adaptation of various Internet resources. Foreign ... ... process and the analysis of localized texts placed on multilingual websites allow concluding that it is important to integrate localization ... ... Translation as the stage of the formation of the tourist Internet discourse. Media and intercultural communication in the European ... ... Conference. Stavropol, Publishing House of the North-Caucasian Federal University, pp. 346—348.
6. Shurlina O. V., 2014. The difficulties ...
The moving boundaries of news translation
... the mid-2000s. Since then, it has kept pushing the boundaries of translation studies by asking such questions as the following: ... ... School of Applied Language and Intercultural Studies, Dublin City University.
Caimotto, M.C., (in press) Transediting Trump: The ... ... on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s English and French Websites. In: L. Davier and K. Conway, eds. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.... ... Language(S) in the Global News: Translation, Audience Design and Discourse (Mis)Representation. Target: International Journal on ...