A Study of Concrete Cultural Approaches in Translation Teaching

Yunli ZHAO

Abstract


Cultural introduction has become one of the focuses in translation teaching. Translation teachers’ inadequate comprehension, however, usually contributes to one-sidedness of the content and dullness of the approaches. Based upon constructionism and teaching experience, this research probes into several concrete approaches to cultural introduction.

Keywords


Cultural introduction; Translation teaching; Mode of thinking

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/9883

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