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Bridging The Gap

Author : Sylvie Lambert
ISBN : 9789027221445
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Interpreting has been a neglected area since the late 1970s. Sylvie Lambert and Barbara Moser-Mercer have attempted to give a new impulse to academic research in print with this collection of 30 articles discussing various aspects of interpreting grouped in 3 sections: I. Pedagogical issues, II. Simultaneous interpretation, III. Neuropsychological research.Being a professional interpreter may not be sufficient to explain what interpretation is all about and how it should be practised and taught. The purpose of this collection of reports on non-arbitrary, empirical research of simultaneous and sign-language interpretation, designed to bridge the gap between vocational and scientific aspects of an interpreter s skills, is to show that the study of conference interpretation, by way of scientific experimental methods, as tedious and speculative as they may often appear, is bound to contribute significantly to general knowledge in this field and have tangible and practical repercussions. The contributors are specialists from all over the world. Introduction by Barbara Moser-Mercer.

Bridging Cultures

Author : Christiane Schlote
ISBN : 393188712X
Genre : American drama
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Bridging The Chasm

Author : Ray Gosa
ISBN : 9781434369840
Genre : Education
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Bridging And Relevance

Author : Tomoko Matsui
ISBN : 1556199244
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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While it has long been taken for granted that context or background information plays a crucial role in reference assignment, there have been very few serious attempts to investigate exactly how they are used. This study provides an answer to the question through an extensive analysis of cases of bridging. The book demonstrates that when encountering a referring expression, the hearer is able to choose a set of contextual assumptions intended by the speaker in a principled way, out of all the assumptions possibly available to him. It claims more specifically that the use of context, as well as the assignment of referent, is governed by a single pragmatic principle, namely, the principle of relevance (Sperber & Wilson 1986/1995), which is also a single principle governing overall utterance interpretation. The explanatory power of the criterion based on the principle of relevance is tested against the two major, current alternatives truth-based criteria and coherence-based criteria using data elicited in a battery of referent assignment questionnaires. The results show clearly that the relevance-based criterion has more predictive power to handle a wider range of examples than any other existing criterion. As such, this work adds to the growing body of evidence supporting the insights of relevance theory.The work has been awarded the 2001 Ichikawa Award for the best achievement in English Linguistics by a young scholar in Japan.

Bridging

Author : Royal Engineers' Institute (Great Britain)
ISBN : UOM:39015030666021
Genre : Military bridges
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Bridging The Innovation Gap Bauplan Des Innovativen Unternehmens

Author : Daniel Huber
ISBN : 9783662439258
Genre : Business & Economics
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Innovation wird zunehmend zum wichtigsten Erfolgsfaktor von Unternehmen. Die etablierten Innovationssysteme funktionieren allerdings vielerorts nicht. Zahlreiche Innovationsvorhaben scheitern aus nicht erklärbaren Gründen. Basierend auf ihrer langjährigen industriellen Praxis identifizieren die Autoren Lücken und Irrtümer im bisherigen Verständnis des Innovationsvorgangs und stellen erstmals ein funktionierendes und durchgängiges Innovationssystem vor. Dieses wegweisende „Berner Innovationsmodell“ überbrückt den „Innovation Gap“ und hat das Potenzial, Unternehmen zu nachhaltigem Erfolg zu führen.

Der Einfluss Von Netzwerkstrukturen Auf Den Karriereerfolg Im Management Bridging Oder Bonding Ties

Author : Nicoline Scheidegger
ISBN : 9783866185654
Genre : Business & Economics
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Informelle Netzwerkbeziehungen sind im Unternehmen für eine effektive Zusammenarbeit von existentieller Bedeutung. Sie regeln einen Grossteil des Informationsaustausches, sind zentral für die Leistungs- und Innovationsfähigkeit und steuern den innerbetrieblichen Aufstieg in Unternehmen.Die Bedeutung von Netzwerken für den Karriereerfolg ist in praxisorientierten wie wissenschaftlichen Diskussionen ein Dauerbrenner. Für Individuen kommt es aber nicht darauf an, generell hoch vernetzt zu sein, sondern es ist entscheidend, in den unterschiedlichen Phasen einer Karriere für verschiedene Ressourcenflüsse die geeigneten Netzwerkbeziehungen und Netzwerkpositionen zu etablieren. Die Arbeit klärt theoretisch wie empirisch, welche Netzwerkeigenschaften in welcher Karriereposition förderlich oder hinderlich sind. Dabei wird die Funktionsweise von Strong versus Weak Ties geklärt und auf uniplexe und multiplexe Netzwerke eingegangen. Des Weiteren nimmt sie die Überbrückungsposition von „strukturellen Löchern“ in den Blick, die neben Informationsvorteilen auch Steuerungs- und Innovationsvorteile bieten.Dieses Buch dient als Kompendium der intra-organisationalen Netzwerkforschung. Für Unternehmen ist die Netzwerkanalyse ein leistungsfähiger Weg, die Wirksamkeit von Führungskräften zu fördern und reichhaltige Massnahmen zur Karriereunterstützung zu entwickeln. Nicoline Scheidegger ist Organisationsforscherin und hat im Anschluss an das Soziologiestudium an der Universität Zürich in Wirtschaftswissenschaften promoviert. Sie arbeitet als Dozentin und Leiterin Forschungsprojekte an der Zürcher Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften.

Bridging The Gap

Author : Judy Hildebrand
ISBN : 9781780497914
Genre : Psychology
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This book opens a very important debate for the family therapy field. At a time of treatment rationing and standard setting, it aptly draws our attention to an issue of increasing importance: training the highest quality family therapists. In addition, it offers trainers and supervisors an invaluable "how to-do-it" guide to the tried-and-tested methods of taking trainees through a programmed of personal and professional development.

Bridging The Gap

Author : Gerald A. Klingbeil
ISBN : 9781575068015
Genre : History
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This volume is intended to introduce university and seminary students and scholars to the neglected field of ritual studies, particularly within the larger context of biblical and theological studies. At the same time, the author hopes to further the discussion by interacting with numerous scholars in the field, providing an extensive bibliography of relevant works. Klingbeil defines the basic terms used in ritual studies and explains the concepts involved in interpreting biblical ritual. He offers a broad history of the study of biblical ritual, beginning with the critiques of ritual found in the Old Testament prophetic books and surveying attitudes toward ritual down to modern times. Drawing on the fields of anthropology and sociology, as well as his decade of work in the field, Klingbeil presents a comprehensive reading strategy for biblical ritual texts. In addition, he explores connections between ritual studies and theological research. This ground-breaking study promises to generate discussion about biblical ritual and provides an excellent introduction to this growing field of study for students and scholars.

Bridging The Socio Technical Gap In Decision Support Systems

Author : Ana Respício
ISBN : 9781607505761
Genre : Computers
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Presents the advances in decision support theory and practice with a focus on bridging the socio-technical gap. This book covers a wide range of topics including: Understanding DM, Design of DSS, Web 2.0 Systems in Decision Support, Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing, Applications of Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis, and more.

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