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2013, vol. 30, br. 1, str. 45-47
Saradnja između prevodilaca i autora medicinskih radova - kvalitativno istraživanje u pisanju radova na engleskom jeziku
Sabzevar University of Medical Sciences, Sabzevar, Iran

e-adresanshomoossi@yahoo.com
Ključne reči: prevodilac; medicinski; određena terminologija engleskog jezika; prevodilac; Iran
Sažetak
Saradnja između autora kojima engleski jezik nije maternji i prevodilaca smatra se ključnom komponentom u adekvatnom prevođenju sadržaja rada. U eri brzog širenja rezultata istraživanja koja se sprovode u celom svetu, nekim istraživačima sa malim poznavanjem engleskog jezika potrebne su usluge prevođenja i sređivanja rada kako bi svoje naučne rezultate podelili sa svetskom naučnom javnošću. Ovaj rad se fokusira na analizu razgovora istraživača u oblasti medicine i njegovog prevodioca za engleski jezik koji mu već deset godina pomaže u prevođenju radova i izveštaja istraživanja. Analiza će biti podeljena u dve glavne oblasti: jezik i izdavaštvo. Ostali detalji će biti predstavljeni kroz konferencijski razgovor.
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jezik rada: engleski
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objavljen u SCIndeksu: 02.09.2013.

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