Diversity of translational data in contemporary social knowledge making

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Abstract

This contribution elaborates on the variety of translational data that can be found in contemporary social knowledge-making. Focusing on a case study located at the intersection of translation studies, social movement studies and health humanities, it aims to foreground the significance of adopting a comprehensive approach to data collection and of finding out who translates what, where, how and why, in order to understand the differences research on translation and social knowledge-making may entail vis-à-vis research on other forms of translation.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCirculation of Academic Thought
Subtitle of host publicationRethinking Translation in the Academic Field
EditorsRafael Y. Schögler
PublisherPeter Lang
ISBN (Electronic)9783631773222, 9783631773215
ISBN (Print)9783631765715
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2019

Keywords

  • translation
  • data gathering
  • social movements
  • health humanities
  • birth

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