British Instructional Films was at the centre of a number of issues important to Britain and the Empire in the 1920s: the memory and history of the Great War, national and imperial identities, the role of cinema as a shaper of attitudes and identities, power relations between Britain and the USA and the nature of popular culture as an international contest in its own right.
Communication Across Cultures - The Linguistics of Texts in Translation (Expanded and Revised Edition)By Basil Hatim
A core text for upper undergraduates and postgraduates taking language, applied linguistics, translation and cultural studies courses in the UK and abroad. Of interest to teachers of languages, other applied linguists, and practising translators and interpreters. Fully revised and expanded edition.
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