Outline:Introduction: Movie industry and the necessity of translating movie titles,
Movie title and its functions; Characteristics of movie titles; Principles of English movie title translation;
Suggested translation strategies; Conclusion; Reference.
Health and Quality of Life Outcomes
Cultural Issues in Using the SF-36 Health Survey in Asia: Results from Taiwan
Hsu-Min Tseng*1, Jui-fen Rachel Lu*1 and Barbara Gandek2
Address: 1Health Databank Management Lab, Department of Health Care Management, College of Management, Chang Gung University, TAIWAN and 2Health Assessment Lab, Waltham, Massachusetts, USA Email: Hsu-Min Tseng* - email@example.com; Jui-fen Rachel Lu* - firstname.lastname@example.org; Barbara Gandek - bgandek@hal-health.
Meeting the challenge of attaining overall development has for a long time been the
preoccupation of all nations of the world. Because of the multi-faceted and allencompassing
nature of ‘development’, even the most advanced nations of the world
today are battling with many ‘developmental’ challenges. Suffice it to agree with the
notion that development is a process and not a destination.
As a long-standing advocate for understanding issues of cultural and ethnic
diversity, I have served as President of APA Division 45, Society for the
Psychological Study of Ethnic Minority Issues, and currently chair the
American Psychological Association’s Commission for the Recruitment,
Retention and Training of Ethnic Minorities implementation task force
(CEMRRAT2). Both of these organizations were instrumental in the approval
of the APA Multicultural Guidelines for Practice and the promotion of empirical
research addressing mental health issues of ethnic minority clinical populations.
This volume is the first of a series on “Physical Techniques in the Study of Art, Archaeology
and Cultural Heritage”. It follows a successful earlier publication by Elsevier (Radiation
in Art and Archaeometry), also produced by the editors of this book, Dr David Bradley
(Department of Physics, University of Surrey) and Professor Dudley Creagh (Director of
the Cultural Heritage Research Centre, University of Canberra).
Do Alaska Native People Get Free Medical Care?* (and other frequently asked questions about Alaska Native issues and cultures) has been prepared by UAA/APU faculty and Anchorage community members as a companion to the Books of the Year. It provides responses to common questions about Alaska Native issues (the answer to the title question is “no; they paid in advance”) and includes recommended readings on a wide variety of topics including identity, language and culture; subsistence; ANCSA; the effects of colonialism; education and health care; and the future....
The Perl Journal (TPJ) did something most print journals aspire to, but few succeed. Within a remarkable short time, TPJ acquired a cult-following and became the voice of the Perl community. Every serious Perl programmer subscribed to it, and every notable Perl guru jumped at the opportunity to write for it. Back issues were swapped like trading cards. No longer in print format, TPJ remains the quintessential spirit of Perl--a publication for and by Perl programmers who see fun and beauty in an admittedly quirky little language....
As discussed in the Introduction to Volume One, Jennifer Simon, who was at Wiley
at the time, was instrumental in convincing me to edit the two-volume reference
Handbook on Racial-Cultural Psychology and Counseling. I agreed to take the project
through her persistence and encouragement. She prompted me to think about
what type of material would help advance the field and at the same time build on existing
research and scholarship. It was also her belief that conceptual and research
issues combined into one volume with training and practice would not be practical.
This book offers a contribution to current debates over child labor. It also
presents child labor as a problem to which various branches of international
law have made a response. Because of the broad range of international law sub-
disciplines treated in this book, and because of the necessity of understanding
the context of child labor as a social, economic and cultural issue, I have ben-
efited from the contributions and support of many individuals and organiza-
tions throughout the research and writing of this book....
This chapter raises some questions about the relations between religion,
culture and mental health.
Does religion cause, exacerbate or relieve mental disorder? And
what role is played by cultural factors in the relations between mental
health and religion? Are religion’s roles in mental health similar in
An underlying task for this book and its readers is to examine several
prevalent ideas and questions about religion and mental health.
The World Health Organization (WHO)(2000) defines female genital mutilation(FGM) as ‘pro-cedures involving partial or total removal of the external female genitalia or other injury to the female genital organs whether for cultural, religious or other non-therapeutic reason’.
Research objectives: Base on clarifying some theoretical issues, practical construction of the cultural lifestyle of students in officer training schools of Vietnam People’s Army, which proposed requirements and some basic solutions built entrance cultural life of students in these schools now. Proposing requirements and some basic solutions in building cultural lifestyle of students in the officer training school of VPA now.
Research and clarify theoretical issues related to the rational exploitation TWCHs. Systematize argument structure about TWCHs, determine the characteristics of TWCHs, provide a theoretical basis for rational exploitation TWCHs to develop tourism. Identification of criteria and indicators for assessment of the rational exploitation TWCHs. Analysis and reviewing of tourism development in Central Area, tourism exploitation of TWCHs and logical reviewing of current exploitation TWCHs. Proposal direction and solutions logicalfor TWCHs to develop tourism for Central Area in the future.
In terms of Marxist - Leninist Philosophy, interpret and clarify theoretical, practical issues, and propose solutions to promote traditional cultural values in the cultural life of the grassroots unit of the Lao people’s Army today.
There is a fundamental law of attraction in the
universe that guides people’s lives and is the
underlying power behind all things. This law was expressed
by Napoleon Hill when he said, “We become what we think
about.” This profound truth has been stated in many different
languages and cultures throughout history. In the second
century of the Common Era, the Roman emperor and Stoic
philosopher Marcus Aurelius said “Our life is what our
thoughts make it.” This idea has been developed over time
and has now become a central tenet in many spiritual traditions....
This new edition has been revised to match the format of the latest TOEIC and includes fifty vocabulary-building lessons that focus on American English as it is used within the context of modern business, industry, communications, and cultural activities. Examples of practical English usage touch on such subjects as contracts, marketing, banking, and personnel, among many others.
A charming Trojan Horse of a book While this slim book is
ostensibly a guide to cracking the cult of the puzzle in
Microsoft's hiring practices, Poundstone manages to sneak in a
wealth of material on the crucial issue of how to hire in
today's knowledge-based economy. How Would You Move
Mount Fuji? delivers on the promise of revealing the tricks to
Microsoft's notorious hiring challenges. But, more important,
Poundstone, an accomplished science journalist, shows how
puzzles can — and cannot — identify the potential stars of a
These cultural grids determine how reality is constructed in both
source and target texts, and the skill of the translator in manipulating
these grids will determine the success of the outcome. Lefevere
argues that these cultural grids, a notion deriving from Pierre
Bourdieu’s notion of cultural capital, highlight the creativity of the
translator, for he or she is inevitably engaged in a complex creative
This chapter presents globalization aspects of electronic commerce, describes the key issues in each area, and
then analyzes approaches that could be Used to address these issues. Globalization is the marketing and
selling of a product outside a companys home country, and the most effective way to do that on the Internet is
via localization of Web content. Localization is the process and product of customizing Web content so that it
is most understandable and usable to a person residing in a particular locale.
This revision of Principles of Accounting is based on an understanding of the
nature, culture, and motivations of today’s undergraduate students and on extensive
feedback from many instructors who use our book. These substantial changes
meet the needs of these students, who not only face a business world increasingly
complicated by ethical issues, globalization, and technology but who also have
more demands on their time.