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Journal Title: Babel
Volume/Issue:   58 / 3
Date: 2012
Table of Contents: 2012. iii, 124 pp.

Table of Contents

La Función de la Extranjerización en el Doblaje
Carolina Travalia 253–263

Evaluating Quality and Excellence in Translation Studies Research: Publish or Perish, the Spanish Way
Sara Rovira-Esteva and Pilar Orero 264–288

Towards a Constructive Model in Training Professional Translators—A Case Study of MTI Education Program in China
Youlan Tao 289–308

Information Loss and Change of Appellative Effect in Chinese-English Public Sign Translation
Leong Ko 309–326

Translation of Interjections in Drama
Mona Farhoudi 327–338

National Songs in Jordan: A Sociolinguistic and Translational Analysis
Bakri Al-Azzam and Majed Al-Quran 339–358

La Vie de la FIT–The Life of FIT 359–361

James St. André and Peng Hsiao-yen (eds). 2012. China and Its Others. Knowledge Transfer through Translation.
Reviewed by Zhu Qi 362–370

Siobhán McElduff and Enrica Sciarrino (eds). 2011.Complicating the History of Western Translation: The Ancient Mediterranean in Perspective.
Reviewed by Zahra Samareh 371–373

Eliana Franco, Anne Matamala, Pilar Orero. 2011. Voice – Over Translation. An Overview.
Reviewed by Heidi Zojer 374–376
Publisher: John Benjamins
Linguistic Field(s): Translation
LL Issue: 23.4802