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Enlarging translation, empowering translators

Author: Maria Tymoczko
Publisher: Manchester, UK ; Kinderhook, NY : St. Jerome Pub., 2007.
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Tymoczko, Maria.
Enlarging translation, empowering translators.
Manchester, UK ; Kinderhook, NY : St. Jerome Pub., 2007
(OCoLC)763145513
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Maria Tymoczko
ISBN: 1900650665 9781900650663
OCLC Number: 123955065
Description: viii, 353 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: Acknowledgments --
Introduction --
PART 1: ENLARGING TRANSLATION --
A Postpositivist History of Translation Studies --
1.1 Initial Considerations: Beyond Positivism --
1.2 Periodization and Translation Theory --
1.3 Philosophical and Linguistic Approaches to Translation --
1.4 Functionalist Approaches to Translation --
1.5 Descriptive Translation Studies --
1.6 The Cultural Turn in Translation Studies: The Power Turn, Postcolonial Translation Studies, Translation and Gender --
1.7 Deconstruction and Poststructuralist Approaches to Translation --
1.8 The Definitional Strand in the History of Translation Studies --
Defining Translation --
2.1 Varieties of Translation Types --
2.2 Conceptualizations of Translation Worldwide --
2.3 Approaches to Defining Translation in Translation Studies --
2.4 Wittgenstein, Concept Formation, and the Definition of *Translation as a Cluster Concept. 2.5 Limitations of Viewing *Translation as a Prototype Category --
2.6 Conceptual Knowledge, Ethnocentrism, and Ethics --
Framing Translation: Representation, Transmission, Transculturation --
3.1 Representation --
3.2 Transmission and Transfer --
3.3 Transculturation --
3.4 Representation, Transmission, Transculturation, and Translation --
3.5 Framing Translation: Theoretical Implications --
Research Methods in Translation Studies --
4.1 General Considerations about Research Methods --
4.2 Classification in Translation Studies Research --
4.3 Principles of Validation in Translation Studies --
4.4 Interdependence of Data and Theory in Translation Research --
4.5 Experimentation in Translation Studies --
4.6 Models in Translation Studies Research --
4.7 Restructuring the Research System. PART 2: EMPOWERING TRANSLATORS --
Activism, Political Agency, and the Empowerment of Translators --
5.1 Empowered Translators and the Translator's Political Agency: Evidence from Postcolonial Translation Studies --
5.2 Modeling the Translator's Agency: Moving Beyond Postcolonial Translation Studies --
5.3 Power and the Agency of the Translator --
5.4 Two Metaphors for Agency and Activism: Resistance and Engagement --
5.5 Empowerment and Self-Reflexivity in Translation Studies --
Cultural Translation and Empowerment --
6.1 Theories of Cultural Translation --
6.2 The Impact of Audience on Cultural Representation --
6.3 A Holistic Approach to Translating Culture --
6.4 Elements to Consider in Holistic Cultural Translation --
6.5 Strategizing Cultural Translation --
6.6 Cultural Translation, Ideology, and Self-Censorship --
6.7 Cultural Translation and the Agency of the Translator --
Liberating Meaning, Legitimating Translation --
7.1 The Translator's Decision-Making Process and the Construction of Meaning --
7.2 Where Does Meaning Reside? --
7.3 A Brief Excursus on the Nature of Meaning --
7.4 Overdetermination and Underdetermination of Meaning in Translation --
7.5 Beyond Meaning to Generativity --
Enlargement, Empowerment, Ethics --
Works Cited --
Index.
Responsibility: Maria Tymoczko.
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