Based on thorough and extensive research, this book examines in detail traditional status signals in the translation profession. It provides case studies of eight European and non-European countries, with further chapters on sociological and economic modelling, and goes on to identify a number of policy options and make recommendations on rectifying problem areas.It is affiliated with ATA and is an organisational member of the NAJIT and the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID).94 Its 2011 directory lists about 60 members. ... Court Interpreters, and Federally Certified Court Interpreters.98 It is an affiliate of ATA, but not an ATA chapter. ... Census, taxation, and social security The United States Department of Labor has a code for translators, and that is used foranbsp;...
|Title||:||The Status of the Translation Profession in the European Union|
|Author||:||Anthony Pym, Claudio Sfreddo, Andy L. J. Chan, François Grin|
|Publisher||:||Anthem Press - 2014-12-01|