(English) CULTURE AND HIGHER EDUCATION IN A GLOBALIZED WORLD

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(English) A LINGUOCULTURAL APPROACH TO INTERPRETER PROFESSIONAL TRAINING IN THE CONTEXT OF CULTURAL DIALOGUE

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(English) REASON AND EMOTIONALITY IN ARGUMENTATION IN THE ERA OF GLOBALIZATION

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(English) GENDER IDENTITY IN KATHERINE MANSFIELD’S SHORT STORIES

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(English) THE GLOBALIZATION OF THE SELF-OTHER DICHOTOMY: IDEOLOGICAL TRENDS

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(English) LITERATURE, ETHNOGRAPHY AND SELF-REPRESENTATION IN A GLOBALIZING WORLD

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(English) TRAVEL WHERETO? THE GLOBAL DRIVE FOR THE REAL

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(English) THE ‘GLOCALIZATION’ OF IDENTITY: WILD CARPATHIA & ROMANIA

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(English) COMMODIFYING IDENTITY IN THE GLOBALIZATION ERA – A CELEBRATION OF CULTURE OR COMMODITY?

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This paper builds upon the body of research which considers the global and local tensions that play out in the (re)presentation of identity for the global tourist market. It highlights the extent to which identities are negotiated and shaped by conflicting cultural understandings and agendas by both global and local agents in the tourism process. The agency of the local is significant. As this paper highlights, tourism has been regarded as a lens through which to view society and the implications herein go far beyond the tourism field in the globalization era.


RESHAPING NEWS AND IDENTITIES IN THE CONTEXT OF GLOBALIZATION

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In a world marked by globalization, speed and technology, (journalist-) translators are indispensable mediators on a scene marked by conflict and inequalities of power. News translation remains an area of study generally neglected by both translation studies and media studies although translation facilitates the access of different culture communities to “varieties of understanding” and, implicitly, to “multiple modernities” (cf. Michael Cronin). This paper purports to examine how news agencies influence the way in which international news is rewritten and reorganized according to the needs and expectations of the home readers, with examples from the national and international press.


TRANSLATION AND SHAPING CULTURAL IDENTITY IN THE AGE OF GLOBALIZATION

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The relations between the source culture and the target culture, and the subsequent circulation of texts, ideas and people can be assimilated, on a global level, to the economic, political or language system. From this perspective, changing transitional relations and globalization urge us to look at translations from a broader sociological perspective and to include geopolitical and geo-cultural dimensions within this type of Translation Studies. One of the most important factors that seem to have affected the inequalities between languages, as well as translation ratios and directionality practices in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries is globalization. Therefore, this paper aims …


TRANSLATION AS NEGOTIATION AND GLOBALIZATION

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Globalization can be tackled as a consequence of technologies meant to reduce the costs of communication. This reduction has led to an increase in the global demand for translations. I shall approach this issue on David Lodge’s novel Out of the Shelter translated into French and Romanian.