From submissiveness to agency: An overview of developments in translation studies and some implications for language practice in Africa

@article{Naud2011FromST,
  title={From submissiveness to agency: An overview of developments in translation studies and some implications for language practice in Africa},
  author={J. Naud{\'e}},
  journal={Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies},
  year={2011},
  volume={29},
  pages={223 - 241}
}
  • J. Naudé
  • Published 2011
  • Psychology
  • Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies
Abstract Since the 1980s, discourses about translation have broadened steadily. Beginning with a discussion of the name and content of the discipline, an overview of some translation approaches focusing on the source text, the process of translation, the reception of the translated text, and the culturally and socially bound character of translation are offered. Within translation studies, the pendulum has swung from normative and prescriptive approaches to a descriptive approach. Translation… Expand
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