Translator Education in the Light of Complexity Theory: A Case of Iran’s Higher Education System

Samira Abaszadeh; Ahmad Moinzadeh; Abbas Eslami-Rasekh

Volume 7, 2 (Special Issue on Iranians Views of Cultural Issues) , September 2019, , Pages 52-68

Abstract
  In the fast-growing world of translation studies, many students may not receive adequate training at universities. A new multi-facetted approach is therefore needed to be applied in translator educational programs to meet the students’ needs and professional expectations. In order to describe the ...  Read More

Seeking Source Discourse Ideology by English and Persian Translators: A Comparative Think Aloud Protocol Study

Masood Khoshsaligheh

Volume 6, Issue 1 , March 2018, , Pages 31-46

Abstract
  Discourse audiences are susceptible to fall victims of the concealed ideological representations in discourses at the expanse of changing and modifying their mental models through which they act on the world. Translators as readers and at the same time intercultural mediators need to be equipped with ...  Read More