How can we communicate in a multilingual society? The role of translation policies and mediated intercultural communication. The case of Chile

Macarena Dehnhardt

How can we communicate in a multilingual society? The role of translation policies and mediated intercultural communication. The case of Chile

“In order to communicate in a multilingual society, translation and interpreting cannot be overlooked. This necessarily implies the creation of translation policies that govern these types of activities and the implementation of interpreters in public services. At the same time, it is important to complete this type of initiative with others that ensure the integration of linguistic minorities into the public sphere, such as local language teaching.”

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