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 unique synthesis of contrastive linguistics and discourse analysis, providing a core text for undergraduates and postgraduates taking courses in language, applied linguistics, translation and cultural studies. Also of interest to language teachers, applied linguists, translators and interpreters.
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