SOCIAL AND PERSONAL COMPONENTS OF TRANSLATOR’S PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE
Published: 25 Aug 2014
Abstract: Though translator’s professional competence is a multidimensional phenomenon, until now there is no consistent approach what components it consists of. Any competence is socially determined, i.e. it appears within a social institution, which imposes certain restrictions on it. The analysis allowed identifying and analyzing such important components of the professional competence as a personal one, i.e. personal qualities that a translator should have for performing his professional activity, and a social one, i.e. having communication methods adopted in the professional translation environment.
Keywords: translator’s professional competence, translator’s social and personal competence, professional translation environment, professionally important pers
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