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Agents and their network in a publishing house in Iran

@inproceedings{Moghaddam2012AgentsAT,
  title={Agents and their network in a publishing house in Iran},
  author={Esmaeil Haddadian Moghaddam},
  year={2012}
}
This case study presents the fieldwork carried out in a publishing house in Iran. It is a micro-ethnographic analysis that uses three sets of data (interviews, written materials, and participant observation) to investigate the multiple agents involved in the production of translations, the constraints they face, the way translations and non-translations are handled, and the ways the agents build and maintain their network. The approach combines Bourdieu’s concepts of field, capital, and… Expand
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