閒人 asked in 社會與文化語言 · 1 decade ago

麻煩懂英文的幫幫我 非常急

我有一些英文翻ㄉ不夠順,誰可以幫我翻順一點呢?

1.THE UPSIDE OF ANGER?

2.A researcher doing a case study on emotions in organizations interviewed Laura, a 22-year-old

customer service representative in Australia. Below is a summary of the interview(with some

paraphrasing of the interviewer questions):

3.it would be hatredsometimes. So, you just can't afford to do that because it's your job and you need

the money.

4.I'm so much better at telling people off now than I ever used to be. I can put peoplein about three

sentences. Like, instead of, before I would walk away from it. But now I just stand there and fight ....

I don't know if that's a good thing or a bad thing.

Update:

我需要ㄉ是完整且易懂ㄉ中文翻譯

我要報告用ㄉ

不是要翻譯機翻出來ㄉ

Update 2:

THE UPSIDE OF ANGER?

A researcher doing a case study on emotions in organizations interviewed Laura, a 22-year-old customer service representative in Australia. Below is a summary of the interview(with some paraphrasing of the interviewer questions):

Update 3:

Interviewer: How would you describe your workplace?

Laura: Very cold, unproductive,[ a ] very, umm, cold environment, atmosphere.

Interviewer: What kinds of emotions are prevalent in your organization?

Laura: Anger, hatred towards other people, other staff members.

Update 4:

Interviewer: Are there emotions you have to hide?

Laura: Managers don't like you to show your emotions...They don't like to show

that there is anything wrong or anything emotional in the working

environment.

Update 5:

Interviewer: Why do you go along?

Update 6:

Laura: I feel I have to put on an act because .. to show your true emotions,

especially to wards my managers [Laura names two of her senior managers], it would

be hatred sometimes. So, you just can't afford to do that because it's your job and

you need the money.

Update 7:

Interviewer: Do you ever rebel against this system?

Update 8:

Laura: You sort of put on a happy face just so you can annoy [the managers]. I find

that they don't like people being happy, so you just annoy them by being happy.

Update 9:

So, yeah. Itjust makes you laugh. You just "put it on" just because you know it

annoys [management] . It's pretty vindictive and manipulative but you just need to

do that.

Update 10:

Interviewer: Do you ever find that this gets to you?

Update 11:

Laura: I did care in the beginning and I think it just got me into more trouble . So

now just tell myself, "I don't care." If you tell yourself something for long enough,

eventually you believe it. Yeah , so now I just go "Oh well."

Update 12:

Interviewer: Do you intend to keep working here?

Update 13:

Laura: It's a means to an end now. So every time I go [to work] and every week I

just go, Well, one week down, one week less until I go away ."But if I knew that I

didn't have this goal, I don't know if I could handle it, or if I would even be there

now.

Update 14:

Interviewer: Is there an upside to working here?

Update 15:

Laura: I'm so much better at telling people off now than I ever used to be. I can put

people in about three sentences. Like, instead of, before I would walk away from it.

But now I just stand there and fight ....I don't know if that's a good thing or a bad

thing.

Update 16:

Questions

1.Do you think Laura is justified in her responses to her organization's culture ?Why

or why not?

Update 17:

2.Do you think Laura's strategic use and display of emotions serve to protect her?

3.Assuming Laura's description is accurate , how would you react to the

organization's culture?

Update 18:

4.Research shows that acts of coworkers (37 percent) and management (22 percent)

cause more negative emotions for employees than do acts of customers

(7percent) .What can Laura's companydo to change its emotional climate?

Update 19:

可以幫我解答這4個問題嗎?

3 Answers

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  • 羅莉
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago
    Best Answer

    1.THE UPSIDE OF ANGER?

    憤怒的有利面; 憤怒好的一面

    2.A researcher doing a case study on emotions in organizations interviewed Laura, a 22-year-old

    customer service representative in Australia. Below is a summary of the interview(with some

    paraphrasing of the interviewer questions):

    一位做關於機構中情緒方面研究案的研究員對澳洲一位年22歲名叫蘿拉的客服代表作了面談. 以下是面談的總結報告(附有面談問題的一些講評).

    3.it would be hatred sometimes. So, you just can't afford to do that because it's your job and you need

    the money.

    它有時候會是怨恨, 因此, 你就是做不了這事(指怨恨)因為那是你的工作而且你需要這份收入.

    4.I'm so much better at telling people off now than I ever used to be. I can put people in about three

    sentences. Like, instead of, before I would walk away from it. But now I just stand there and fight ....

    I don't know if that's a good thing or a bad thing.

    對與人爭辯方面我現在可是遠比我以前更拿手的了, 我可以大約三句話內就擺平對方, 像我以前沒法這樣, 我只會摸摸鼻子走開, 但現在我就是站在原處據理力爭. 我不知道這樣是好事還是壞事.

    2008-10-29 23:51:54 補充:

    我建議您要花點功夫自行回答這些問題, 應該不難發揮. 如果我連作業的問題也代答了, 這不是在幫助您, 我的心血就白費了.

    Source(s): 自己的翻譯經驗
  • 1 decade ago

    1 憤怒之上?

    2.研究員做了個案研究的情緒在組織採訪了勞拉,一個22歲的

    客戶服務代表在澳大利亞。以下是一個簡要的採訪(在某些

    意譯的面試問題) :

    3.所以,你剛才不能做到這一點,因為這是你的工作,你需要

    錢。

    4.I '米好多人在告訴了我現在比以往任何時候都必須使用。我可以把peoplein約3

    服刑。一樣,而不是之前,我想離開它。但是,現在我只是站在那裡和打擊....

    我不知道這是件好事還是壞事。

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  • 1 decade ago
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