Monthly Archives: August 2010

Technology and Cultural Aspects

While we are all globalized, there are certain day-to-day intrinsic cultural factors that are imposed on the phenomenon of globalization. These are factors that respond to cultural values and principles and others to the daily practices that build on these principles. Standards also provide a legal framework for these cultural principles. Other factors respond to […]

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Housewife and Interpreter at the Same Time?

A few days ago, BusinessGhana published a short but very interesting article about a new initiative implemented in Seoul, South Korea. Due to the massive immigration of foreign women married to Korean men, the Government has decided to revise regulations to allow more housewives to work as interpreters or translators in private companies and government […]

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Localization of Video Games

Today, there is a trend that is increasingly on the rise: the localization of video games. What does this mean? This entails adapting a video game to the particularities of a specific market, including translation, technical modifications and adaptations to meet the standards of the place, among others. Supporters of this kind of technology increasingly […]

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