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Professions and Activities with Books: 12 activities directly dependent on the books


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Exhibition on professions that depend on books.

Exhibition on professions that depend on books.

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  • 1.  There are lots of daily activities that directly or indirectly depend on the use of written or published works. For this exhibition Ichose 12 of these businesses or professions.
  • 2.  Bookstore / Bookseller Librarians Scribe Cook Editor Writer / Author Students Illustrator Reader Linguist Teacher Translator
  • 3. The buying and selling old books(old or antique book). Collectorof old books(in "Dictionary of technical termsalfarrabísticos", Paulo G. Ferreira)
  • 4. is a professional(bachelor, master ordoctor) that processesinformation and makes itaccessible to the enduser, regardless ofinformational support.Works in libraries anddocumentation centerscan manage networksand information systemsas well as managinginformation resources andworking with technology.
  • 5. professional who plays works by otherartists, paintings, drawings, sculpturesand books.professionals who work with musicfiles, making copies, or transpositionciphers and summaries of scores thatwill be performed by musicians of anorchestra or group.In the past, before the invention ofprinting by Gutenberg,caligraficamente was responsible forcopying the manuscripts of all kindsand continued in the eighteenth andnineteenth centuries because offorbidden texts, especially theChurch, which were printed in amechanical way, but playedmanually and distributedclandestinely.
  • 6. the profession isrelated to the peoplewho work in thepreparation of meals.Often use books tolearn and implementnew revenue.
  • 7. is one of the functions responsible for thecontent of a newspaper,a magazine or othermedia coordinating allstages of production andediting, and follows theguidelines of thenewspaper editor orowner of the publisher.
  • 8. is someone the artist whoexpresses himselfthrough the art ofwriting, or, traditionallyspeaking, theLiterature.Author of books,although there are nobooks publishedwriters (called bysome amateurs).
  • 9. The Student orStudent someonewho attends aschool that usesSeveral Theirbooks to deepenknowledge.
  • 10. is the professional thatcommunicatesthrought thecreationof illustration.In most cases, there isa written statementthat the illustratoranalyzes, drawinghim some key pointsthat use’s then in theirIllustration categories.In other cases, theillustrations are worthby themselves as theonly communicationsvehicle.
  • 11. adjective: Who reads;masculine noun: one thatreads;1. one who reads to himself,mentally, or others, out loud,2 .written texts, reader;3. who has the habit ofreading;reading usually given journal,type of literature, author;literary theory, is one of thethree entities of the story, theothers being the narrator andthe author. The reader andthe writer inhabit the realworld, and the narrator of thestory in the world (and onlyhim).
  • 12. The linguistics is thescience that study’sthe language ingeneral.The Linguist is theprofessional in thisarea that studies, forexample, the variousforms of language,analyzes the sentencestructure andmeaning ofexpressions.
  • 13. is a person whoteaches a science, art,technical or otherknowledge. For theprofession, it is requiredacademicqualifications andteaching, so you cantransmit / teach thesubject matter as bestas possible to thestudent.
  • 14. Transfer the culture ofone country to anotherby ensuring that thesubtleties not escapeduring this painstakingprocess, circumvent thepitfalls of idioms, befaithful to the original textand at the same time,keep it intelligible, is theconstant challenge ofwork and simultaneously,the major stimulus for itsrealization.
  • 15.  The activities and professions that use books in their daily tasks do not end here because in reality most of them depends on their use. Thanks to leave your comments about this exhibition on the blog: http://portfoliobibliodigit