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Descriptive Translation Studies - and Beyond
Descriptive Translation Studies - and Beyond

Descriptive Translation Studies - and Beyond by Gideon Toury

Descriptive Translation Studies - and Beyond

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Descriptive Translation Studies - and Beyond Gideon Toury ebook
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing Company
Format: pdf
ISBN: 9027216061, 9789027216069
Page: 322

Pym, Anthony, Shlesinger, Miriam and Simeoni, Daniel, eds (2008): Beyond Descriptive Translation Studies: Investigations in homage to Gideon Toury. Descriptive Translation Studies - and beyond: Revised edition. Popular mass production in the periphery: Socio-political tendencies in subversive translation. Initially formulated by Reiss in the 1970s, the theory was enunciated by Vermeer in the 1980s, .. Descriptive Translation Studies and Beyond. In Beyond descriptive translation studies: Investigations in homage to gideon toury., eds. He even put forward a framework of translation studies, which says that translation studies consists of pure and applied translation studies, with the former containing theoretical and descriptive studies and the latter containing translator training, translation aids and translation criticism. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company, 417 p. 1995, Descriptive Translation Studies and Beyond. From then Translation studies will inevitably go beyond the confines of any particular discipline, as it has formed its own research objects, research methods and theoretical systems. In 1995, Gideon Toury published Descriptive Translation Studies and Beyond, a book that reassessed the polysystems approach disliked by some scholars for its over-emphasis on the target system. The Applications of Keywords and Collocations to Translation-Studies and Teaching A Tentative Research on the Parallel Corpus of the 17th NCCPC Report by Dai Guangrong taken to Translation Studies, from the earlier workshop approach, the philosophical and linguistic approach, the functionalist approaches, to Descriptive Translation Studies, the post-structuralist and post-modernist approaches, .. Since it reflects a general shift from linguistic and formal translation theories to a more functionally and socio-culturally oriented concept of translation, it has become "a welcome addition to translation studies" (Gentzler 2001:71).

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