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Title: Intercultural Communication, Variation in Translation and its Linguocultural Adaptation
Authors: Tomash Vrabel
Vrábely Tamás
Врабель Томаш
Keywords: intercultural communication;translation;communicants;cultural conventions;linguocultural adaptation;pragmatic adaptation;variation in translation
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: CPN Publishing Group
Type: dc.type.conferenceAbstract
Citation: In Komarytskyy M. L. (ed.): Perspectives of world science and education. Abstracts of VII International scientific and practical conference Osaka, Japan 25-27 March 2020. Osaka, CPN Publishing Group, 2020. pp. 231-237.
Abstract: Abstract. The article introduces the analysis of intercultural communication, variation in translation and its linguocultural adaptation. The author focuses on the causes of misunderstanding in the course of intercultural communication and ways to avoid it. The process of linguocultural adaptation of translation is analysed to give a clear view of the difficulties translators face in literary translation. Furthermore, variations in translation are discussed in connection with the communicative paradigm of translation. We have come to the conclusion that differences in understanding the translated text by different addressees can be related to the original pragmatic settings of the translator who may reproduce just the surface sense of the original or the implications as well.
URI: http://dspace.kmf.uz.ua:8080/jspui/handle/123456789/217
ISBN: 978-4-9783419-8-3
metadata.dc.rights.uri: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/us/
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