The purpose of this poster is twofold. First, the study analyses TED Talks richness as a case study and considers its features as a brand new genre and a potential emerging field of enquiry for web-mediated knowledge dissemination, corpora linguistics, and translation studies. Second, to better frame the re-contextualization and re-conceptualization process expert discourse and knowledge dissemination are experiencing, two brief introductory parts will consider the relationship between translation and subtitling through crowdsourcing relative to TED Talks.
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|Titolo:||Online edutainment videos. Recontextualizing and reconceptualizing expert discourse in a participatory web-culture. TED Talks – a case study|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2013|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||04.03 - Poster|