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Title:PREVAJANJE KULTURNOSPECIFIČNIH PRVIN V ROMANU HUDIČEVKA V PRADI
Authors:Pavlič, Nataša (Author)
Kaloh Vid, Natalia (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Typology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:Prevajanje velja za prenos pomena iz izhodiščnega jezika v ciljni jezik, pri čemer pa moramo upoštevati še številne druge dejavnike. Eden izmed teh dejavnikov je tudi kultura, ki je tesno povezana z jezikom in družbo. Prevajalčeva naloga je, da poskuša na različne načine premostiti luknje med različnimi kulturami in povezati izhodiščni in ciljni jezik. Vendar pa mora prevajalec za uspešno premagovanje kulturnih razlik odlično poznati zakonitosti in kulturo tako izvirnega kot ciljnega jezika ter vedeti, kako izbrati najbolj primerno strategijo za prevajanje teh razlik. V diplomskem delu je podrobneje predstavljeno prevajanje književne literature in kako lahko vpliva na ciljno kulturo. Teoretični del obravnava problematiko prevajanja kulturnospecifičnih prvin in prevajalske strategije, s katerimi lahko premagamo kulturne razlike med izhodiščnim in ciljnim jezikom. Empirični del pa predstavlja primerjavo in analizo izvirnika in prevoda romana Hudičevka v Pradi, pri čemer smo se osredotočili na razlike med slovensko in ameriško družbo. Analizirali smo, s katerimi prevajalskimi strategijami lahko te kulturne razlike premostimo in za kakšne prevajalske rešitve se je odločila prevajalka Urška Willewaldt.
Keywords:Književno prevajanje, izhodiščna kultura, ciljna kultura, kulturnospecifični elementi, prevajalske strategije, prevajalec, analiza prevoda.
Year of publishing:2015
Publisher:[N. Pavlič]
Source:Maribor
UDC:81ʼ255.4:821.111(73)-311.2(043.2)
COBISS_ID:21520904 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:YBFONXTC
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Language:English
Title:TRANSLATING CULTURE-BOUND ELEMENTS IN THE NOVEL THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA
Abstract:Translation is considered as a process of transferring the meaning from the source language into the target language, while numerous other factors shall be taken into account. One of these factors is also culture, a crucial part of any society. The translator’s task is to bridge the gap between different cultures and to connect the source and target languages. To overcome cultural differences successful, a translator should have an excellent knowledge of culture of both the source and the target language and to be able to choose the most appropriate strategy for translating these differences. In this graduation thesis a special emphasize is put on literary translation and its potential influence on the target language. Theoretical part focuses on the problematic of translating culture-specific elements and translation strategies which can be used to overcome cultural differences. The empirical part constitutes a comparative analysis of the original and the translation of the novel The Devil Wears Prada, focusing on the differences between the Slovene and American cultures. We analysed the translation strategies by which these cultural differences can be overcome and what kind of translation solutions the translator Urška Willewaldt decided for.
Keywords:literary translation, source culture, target culture, culture-specific elements, translation strategies, translator, translation analysis.


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