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The Passion of the Christ 2. Resurection

Mel Gibson gastou milhões para produzir um filme sobre a paixão de Cristo. A gente só gastou 4 horas de gravação, um curso de inglês em Vancouver e um dicionário na internet para fazer uma continuação muito melhor. A ressurreição.

Criação: Victor Marx e Marcel Ares

Produção: Victor Marx (locução), Marcel Ares (voz e edição), Eduardo Dencker (IT´s HIM!!!, edição e finalização

Data: 06-07-2005

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naLV78dTs comentou:

Hola MarinaThanks for stopping by. I'm assmuing you've read the original English article from which I quoted. I think the idea was very interesting, and some translators immediately applied the concept to the translation professional. Of course, there is a whole lot of subjective thinking about it: the client feels he has to pay more to a highly specialized professional, the professional assumes he is worth so much, and so on. Do you get it? There is no point in talking about whether someone is really being paid what is right for him to be paid, because price is a very subjective matter. Besides, in business relations everywhere prices are usually set by those who sell, not by those who buy. So why shouldn't this concept be applied to the translation business?And since price is subjective, quality is actually quality perception. So, if you as a translator think you are offering high quality, you should go for high rates if you think you are worth so much. Until, of course, someone proves you are not as good as you think you are. The same applies to quality perception on the client's end: a client may think a translated document is not as good as it really is, because, for example, the client has no expertise to judge quality, or because he just wants to justify lowering the rates he has to pay. Anyway, this kind of quality perception happens every day in business relations everywhere.But I think we should really concentrate on the article's core idea: the client is betting on higher quality by paying higher rates. Whether or not he is going to get higher quality in the end is a whole different matter. And since it's an ideal situation, and we all believe in it (after all, that's the reason why we study hard, specialize and try to find something that differentiates ourselves from the rest of the professionals in our subject of specialization), we should assume he is in fact getting higher quality from a top-notch, higher paid professional.

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victória comentou:

mto legal!!!gostei bastante!

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felícia comentou:

legal

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