Codes of ethics and professionalisation of translation and interpreting: a comparative approach to Japanese and Australian cases
Previous studies on translation and interpreting (T&I) as a profession postulate that the construction of social recognition and professional identities is indispensable in professionalising the field. Maintaining a code of ethics is therefore an essential step for professionalisation. However, little is known about how different ways of implementing codes of ethics affect this professionalisation process. The ongoing multiculturalisation in Japan requires establishing T&I as a profession....[Show more]
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