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Highlight all Match case. Whole words. Toggle Sidebar. Zoom Out. More Information Less Information. Enter the password to open this PDF file:. Cancel OK. File name: -. File size: -. Title: -. Author: -. One of these norms is subservience, which throughout history and today in contemporary culture is fully assumed by translators.
The Images of Occupational Prestige
Although increasing the occupational prestige of translation represents a significant challenge, there are a number of fronts on which translators and their associations could work. In order to gain public recognition, translators will need to increase their self-esteem, trade their image of subservience for one of a highly skilled professional service and come out of the shadows into the limelight.
The publicity campaign recently launched by OTTIAQ in an attempt to get the corporate sector to recognize the advantages of using the services of qualified translators is a step in the right direction. Finally, both translators and their associations need to become proactive in publicizing the value of their work to the good functioning of society.
In a world that has become a global village, translation is essential to enable the smooth flow of communication among individuals, institutions, businesses and governments. Her thesis addresses the professional identity formation of Canadian translators.
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