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Title:TRAINSPOTTING: PRIMERJAVA PREVODOV PREKLINJANJA V LITERATNEM DELU IN FILMSKIH PODNAPISIH
Authors:Fekonja, Katarina (Author)
Hribar, Darja (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
ONIČ, TOMAŽ (Co-mentor)
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:Žaljiv jezik, kot so kletvice in psovke, ima v vsaki kulturi različne jezikovne preference in vzorce ter ne bi ga smeli obravnavati kot nekaj barbarskega, temveč kot del jezikovne kulture. Žaljiv jezik se uporablja v številnih literarnih delih in filmih, kar pa predstavlja težavo za prevajalce. Največja težava slovenskega jezika leži v tem, da naš pristni žaljiv jezik ne izrazi istega tona, registra in intenzivnosti napisanih ali izgovorjenih besed izvornega besedila. V teoretičnem delu diplomske naloge smo želeli prikazati žaljiv jezik s stališča uporabe, družbene vpetosti, cenzure in prevoda. V empiričnem delu smo analizirali slovenski prevod romana in filma (oba polna žaljivega jezika) Irvina Welsha — Trainspotting. S tem delom smo želeli ugotoviti možne razlike med prevodoma žaljivega jezika v knjižnem delu in filmskih podnapisih. Žaljiv jezik je nekaj, kar ne moremo prevajati dobesedno, saj mora prevod upoštevati družbeno-kulturni kontekst ciljnega jezika, da bi pri ciljni publiki dosegli isti učinek, kot ga je doseglo izvorno besedilo.
Keywords:prevod, Trainspotting, žaljiv jezik, knjižni prevod, filmsko podnaslavljanje, glosar
Year of publishing:2010
Publisher:[K. Fekonja]
Source:Maribor
UDC:821.111(043.2)
COBISS_ID:17914888 Link is opened in a new window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:IOP2DZWD
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Language:English
Title:TRANSPOTTING: THE COMPARISON OF TRANSLATION OF SWEARWORDS IN THE LITERARY WORK AND FILM SUBTITLES
Abstract:Every culture has different linguistic preferences and patterns when using offensive expressions like swearing, and cursing. Offensive language should not be disregarded as something barbaric but should be considered as part of the culture of a language. Offensive language is used in numerous literary works and films, which causes many problems for translators. A major problem of the Slovene language in this respect seems to be that our authentic offensive words do not convey a tone, register, or intensity of offensive words similar to those written or uttered in the original. The theoretical part of this diploma paper considers offensive language from the point of view of its usage, social construct, censorship, and translation. The empirical part examines the Slovene translation of the novel and the film (abounding in offensive language) Trainspotting by Irvine Welsh, using the work to establish possible differences in translation of the offensive language in a literary work and film subtitles. Offensive expressions cannot be translated literally, because the translations should be respectful of the socio-cultural context of the target language in order to achieve the success and impact of the original with the target audience. When translators look up entries for offensive expressions in any English-Slovene or Slovene-English dictionary, they cannot find them. Because of this gap, the study includes a short glossary of the most commonly used offensive expressions in film and in literature.
Keywords:translation, Trainspotting, offensive language, literary translation, film subtitling, glossary


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