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Korean Translation - ARTS3664
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Campus: Kensington Campus
 
 
Career: Undergraduate
 
 
Units of Credit: 6
 
 
EFTSL: 0.12500 (more info)
 
 
Indicative Contact Hours per Week: 3
 
 
Enrolment Requirements:
 
 
Prerequisite: ARTS3661
 
 
Equivalent: KORE3600
 
 
CSS Contribution Charge:Band 1 (more info)
 
   
 
Further Information: See Class Timetable
 
 
Available for General Education: Yes (more info)
 
  

Description

Subject Area: Korean Studies

This course provides a para-professional level translation program in Korean from a task-based approach. The primary medium of instruction is Korean and English. Introduces translation theories and practices in Korean. Focuses on skills of translating English into Korean and provides native-speaker level students with foundations for professional translation. Examines techniques for analysing and rendering texts of different styles and complexity. Addresses cross-linguistic and cross-cultural problems relevant to professional translation, including lexical/grammatical problems and ethical implications. Covers a range of authentic texts and a variety of topics including socio-cultural, educational, commercial and political.

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