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'The Prime Minister said...' Voices in translated political texts

@inproceedings{Schaeffner2008ThePM,
  title={'The Prime Minister said...' Voices in translated political texts},
  author={C. Schaeffner},
  year={2008}
}
A variety of texts are translated to fulfil functions for political communication across languages, cultures, and ideologies. For example, newspapers regularly provide quotes of statements by foreign politicians, without explicitly indicating that these politicians were actually speaking in their own languages. Politicians react to statements by other politicians as they were presented to them in translation. Political scientists and other experts often debate the potential political… Expand
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