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  1. Introduction to Interpreting and Translation 2 items
    Overview of course - Course Outline
    1. Interpreting in New Zealand 0 items
      1. Clark, D. & McGrath, C. (Eds). (2009). Interpreting in New Zealand – The pathway forward, The Office of Ethnic Affairs – Te Tari Matawaka
      1. Interpreting Ethics 0 items
        NZSTI Code of Ethics and Code of Conduct
    2. Myths and legends

    3. Tala o le Vavau =: myths, legends and customs of old Samoa - C. Steubel, A. Krämer, Iosua Toafa 1995

      Book 

  2. Translations and Interpreting theories

  3. 3. Pym, A. (2014). Exploring Translation Theories, Second Edition, Taylor and Francis, Routledge. London and New York. Chapter 1 0 items
    Chapter 1
  4. 7. Va’ai, E.K. (2011). Producing the Text of Culture. The Appropriation of English in Contemporary Samoa. Chapter 1. 0 items
    Producing the text of culture - Changes in Samoan Language
  5. Say it in Samoan - La'i Ulrike Mosel, Ainslie So'o 1997

    Book  Contains Lessons 3, 5, & 12

  6. Interpreting in New Zealand: the pathway forward - Diana Clark, Caroline McGrath, New Zealand. Office of Ethnic Affairs 2009

    Book