Language in the Digital Era: Challenges and Perspectives
by Daniel Dejica, et al.
Publisher: De Gruyter Open 2016
Number of pages: 220
This collected volume brings together the contributions of several humanities scholars who focus on the evolution of language in the digital era. The first part of the volume explores general aspects of humanities and linguistics in the digital environment. The second part focuses on language and translation and includes topics that discuss the digital translation policy, new technologies and specialized translation, online resources for terminology management, translation of online advertising, or subtitling.
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