Round table Language ideology, professional stereotypes, and examples of good practices among proofreaders and language consultants
Keywords:Slovenian, editing, language ideology, standard language ideology, proofreading
Transcript of the Round Table at the 2nd Congress of the Slovene Association of Language Editors and Proofreaders, October 2022.
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