Translation, Interpreting and Intercultural Communication Research Unit
Translation, Interpreting and Intercultural Communication Research Unit focuses on relationships between translation and culture, legal interpretation, professional standards for translators and corpus-based translation. This aims for the understanding of relationships between communication and translation as well as interpreting on aspects of society, culture and economy. The studies are divided into three groups, i.e. translation, interpreting and intercultural communication. Research topics include translation and culture, translation and literary criticism, demand for translators and interpreters in the Thai labor market, and corpus linguistics in translation studies.
Madsalae, S. (2020). A Study of Conversation between Medical Staff and International Patients to Improve Basic Conversational Arabic for Healthcare Services (in Thai). Research funded by Thailand Research Fund.
Chittiphalangsri, P. and V. Henitiuk. 2019. Orientalism. In Baker, M. & Saldanha, G. (eds), Routledge Encyclopedia of Translation Studies (3rd ed.). London: Routledge.
Rangponsumrit, N. et al. (2018). How to Increase the Number of Interpreters and Improve Interpretation Services for Criminal Prosecution (in Thai). (Co-authors: Kanaphon Chanhom, Songsak Madsalae, Yupin Patarapongsan and Songphan Choemprayong). Research commissioned by the Ministry of Justice.
Rangponsumrit, N. & Pusa Srivilas. (2020). Interpreters Provision System and Interpreters Training Curriculum Development for Child Protection (in Thai). Research commissioned by the Ministry of Social Development and Human Security.
Chittiphalangsri, P. 2019. From Plagiarism to Incense Stick: the making of self and the other in translation history. In Gambier, Y. & Stecconi, U (eds), World Atlas of Translation. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
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