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出版理论与实务简明英语教程

作  者:刘小梅 编著 著

出版时间:2017-10-19 字  数:80 千字
书  号:248646 ISBN:978-7-300-24864-6
页  数:134 包  装:平装
印  次:1-2 译 者:

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《出版理论与实务简明英语教程》共十章,主要介绍英语出版产业概论和发展历史、生产流程、产业链、部门划分、角色分工和相互关系、预算、供应链、市场营销、数字出版以及收购和兼并。每一章有三篇文章,其中二篇给出了详细生词表、难句翻译和注释,并设计了供阅读后掌握主要内容的练习题和讨论题,第三篇的目的是培养学习者的自学能力,因此只设计了讨论题。

作者简介

刘小梅,北京印刷学院教师,从事英语教学30年,主要研究方向是英语翻译理论与实践,有“奈达动态对等翻译理论与严复信达雅翻译原则之比较研究”等数十篇学术文章发表。

章节目录

Unit 1 An Introduction of Publishing / 1
Text A What is Publishing? / 1
New Words: / 3
Difficult Sentences: / 4
Exercises: / 5
Text B / The Beginning of Publishing - From Vellum Codex to Print Book / 6
New Words & Expressions: / 8
Difficult Sentences: / 9
Exercises: / 10
Text C / The American Publisher’s Series Goes to War, 1942-1946 / 11
Questions for Discussion: / 13
Unit 2 The Production Process / 14
Text A The Workflow from the Author to the Reader / 14
New Words and Expressions: / 16
Difficult Sentences: / 17
Exercises: / 18
Text B Organizational Issues / 19
New words: / 22
Difficult Sentences: / 22
Exercises: / 22
Text C Publishing Process in General / 23
Questions for Discussion: / 29
Unit 3 Sectors in the Anglophone Model / 30
Text A Sectors in the anglophone model / 30
New Words and Expressions: / 38
Difficult Sentences: / 39
Exercises: / 40
Text B PROFESSIONAL AND JOURNAL PUBLISHING / 41
New Words: / 43
Exercises: / 44
Text C EDUCATION PUBLISHING / 44
Questions for Discussion: / 47
Unit 4 Roles and Relations / 48
Text A The Role of a Publisher / 48
New Words: / 50
Difficult Sentences: / 50
Exercises: / 51
Text B THE EDITOR’S TASK / 52
New Words & Expressions: / 56
Difficult Sentences: / 56
Exercises: / 57
Text C AUTHOR-HOUSE RELATIONS / 58
Question for Discussion. / 60
Unit 5 Production / 61
Text A ARCHITECTURE OF THE BOOK / 61
New Words & Expression / 66
Difficult Sentences: / 68
Exercises: / 69
Text B Design / 70
New Words & Expressions: / 72
Difficult Sentences: / 73
Exercises: / 73
Text C Production / 74
Questions for Discussion: / 76
Contents
Unit 6 Budgeting a book / 77
Text A PRICING A BOOK / 77
New Words and Expressions / 79
Difficult Sentences: / 80
Exercises: / 81
Text B Planning and management in publishing - The business plan / 82
New Words & Expressions: / 83
Difficult Sentences: / 84
Exercises: / 84
Text C Management Style / 85
Questions for Discussion: / 87
Unit 7 The Supply Chain / 88
Text A The Supply Chain / 88
New Words and Expressions: / 91
Difficult Sentences: / 91
Exercises: / 92
Text B Digital distribution / 92
New Words: / 95
Difficult Sentences: / 95
Exercises: / 95
Text C Reinventing Book Printing: The New Supply Chain New tools are helping
publishers manage the supply chain more efficiently / 96
Questions for Discussion: / 98
Unit 8 Marketing / 99
Text A Marketing Tools / 99
New Words: / 102
Difficult Sentences: / 103
Exercises: / 104
Text B Digital marketing / 105
New words and Expressions: / 107
Difficult Sentences: / 108
Exercises: / 109
Text C Marketing Strategy / 110
Questions for Discussion: / 111
Unit 9 Digital Publishing / 113
Text A The Era of Digital Publishing / 113
New Words: / 115
Difficult Sentencs: / 116
Exercises: / 116
Text B E-Books / 117
New Words: / 119
Difficult Sentences: / 119
Exercises: / 120
Text C Digital publishing: How it will evolve in 2014 and beyond / 120
Questions for Discussion: / 122
Unit 10 Takeovers and mergers / 123
Text A Takeovers and mergers / 123
New Words and Phrases: / 125
Difficult Sentences: / 126
Exercises: / 127
Text B The Mechanics of Mergers / 127
New Words and & Expressions: / 129
Difficult Sentences: / 130
Exercises: / 131
Text C A Case Study of the Rise of Random House / 131
Questions for Discussion: / 134

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Text A What is Publishing?
Publishing is a process by which human communication is made public. The intention in the first human messages transmitted by the first public speech, the first musical performance, even the first marks scratched on to a cave wall or rock face, are all integral to a history that leads through time right up to the door of contemporary publishing. Publishing has been present in every personal, political, social expression of ideas, in every creative instinct, impression, emotion, thought, memory, information exchange that has ever deliberately been made public in any cultural context since humans first began to record existence.
The extraordinary breadth and longevity of publishing is matched only by the uniqueness of each and every published event.1 All publishing, whether a book, a music recording, television programme, film, photo, magazine or newspaper, is unique in itself. Each road taken in the writing, composition, production and marketing of every publication is different.
All the roles and decisions on the way to every publishing event describe alternative routes and individual tales – no matter how similar publishing products might seem to us now on the digitised surface.2 So even while analogue publishing considers whether it will finally slip permanently into a digital disguise, the enduring creative constant, the original cultural purpose - the publication of the human mind – remains intact.
As the print book process through a volatile age of analogue-digital media convergence, it faces questions once asked of stone tablets, clay, wood boards, the papyrus scroll and the vellum codex. Can it, should it survive? The book is the first mass medium, remaining in essence the same as it has always been throughout five hundred years of print history.
In overall design it is still remarkably close to the original codex, the object its inventor created when sewing vellum pages to a leather spine two millennia ago in the ancient era of oar-driven boats, togas and temples. The demise of the printed book is a cultural shift, a paradigm change of epic proportions.
Twentieth-century methods and trends in books, newspapers, vinyl records, celluloid films transformed culture and lives. Digital content creation methods and multi-purpose digital display devices are doing the same in the twenty-first century. The world is currently imbedded in a digital software and hardware-led race towards the incredibly shrinking appliance. Every year digital proves itself cheaper, smaller, lighter, and easier to use.
Consumption of media content has also changed before our eyes, it is now commonplace for an ordinary episode of a so-so TV series on an average mid-week night’s viewing to be seen ‘by more people’ than all the readers of ‘a book on the fiction bestseller list’. ‘Will we wake up one day to find that the print book has disappeared entirely? Or, in truth, is the current debate over the death of print just another empty prediction, pushed and led by proponents of another over-hyped media cliché, this one called digital convergence?
Even as little as 40 years ago, content media from different spheres led separate lives. Each medium was a discreet enterprise. It often took years for material from one medium to find its way to another. With the spread of digital media today, producers inside one vertically integrated media conglomerate can orchestrate diverse media content into patterns of integrated media sales.
The print book so far has resisted the digital onslaught. How long it can continue to survive in its present form remains book publishing’s most asked question. Supporters of the paper book believe that today’s siphoning of digitized content into e-readers, down broadband cables and on to mobile telephones, adds up to readers losing something culturally precious. Many readers, music lovers and cinephiles want to be just that – not digital media consumers.

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