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El Mustapha Lahlali is an Associate Professor and Director of Arabic and Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Leeds. His research interests are on translation, discourse analysis, arab media and society, and classroom discourse.
Wafa Ali Mohammed Abu Hatab is an Associate Professor and the former Director of the Centre for Translation at Zarqa University. Her research interests include translation and translation studies, discourse analysis, pragmatics and sociolinguistics.
Table of Contents
The Structure of the Book
1.1 Features of Technical Texts
1.2 Types of Translation Strategies
Module 1: Literary Texts
1.2 Literary Genres
Module 2: Economic Texts
2.2 Features of Economic Discourse
2.3 Translation Problems and Strategies
Module 3: Scientific Texts
3.2 Translation Problems and Practical Steps
3.3 Translation Strategies
Module 4: Media Texts
4.2 Features of Media Texts
Module 5: Administrative Texts
5.2 Translating Administrative Texts
Module 6: Legal Texts
6.2 Types of Legal Texts
6.3 Translating Legal Texts