호주대학 (Macquarie University)에 제출한 논문용 Literature Review 입니다. 영어 논문 및 언어학 참고자료로 사용하시면 됩니다.
Literature Review: Production of accurate translation in accordance with cultural convention and pragmatics
In translation tasks, considering cultural convention and pragmatics is a must for all translators to produce accurate translations in order to deliver original messages from source text to text. Translation can be defined as the communication of the meaning of a source-language text by means of an equivalent target-language text. In other words, despite heterogeneity between source and target language structures, with the aim of producing accurate and exact translations, translators must strive to deliver the original meanings of source text to their translations as much as possible, adhering to fundamental grammatical and idiomatic rules of target text. This paper will demonstrate how convention and pragmatics can be used for a method of assessment of translation competence.
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in teaching pragmatics: A review article. Educational Research and Reviews, 6(9), 598-604.
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