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Interpreter training and research in mainland China

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Against a background of favorable socio-economic conditions and the development of Translation Studies into an autonomous discipline, translation and interpreting programs are mushrooming in mainland China. This article reports on the development of interpreter training and research here in recent years through an overview of different types of training programs, curriculum designs, training models or paradigms, new textbooks and interpreter accreditation tests. Some salient examples of interpreting research in mainland China are also critically reviewed.
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Keywords: MTI curriculum; accreditation; interpreter training; interpreting research; mainland China; textbooks

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: September 2, 2009

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