Eco-translatology and Translation Teaching
Eco-translatology, a new translation theory, was developed on “translation theory of adaptation and selection”. It focuses on the integrity of translational ecosystem and adheres to the “theory of translator-centeredness”. From the perspective of eco-translatology, this paper attempts to explore new translation teaching mode, translation teaching eco-environment, as well as students’ and teachers’ roles in the entire translation teaching eco-environment, thereby promoting translation teaching reform and improving the quality of translation talents.
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