On Interpreting Strategies with a Perspective of Game Theory

@article{Wang2018OnIS,
  title={On Interpreting Strategies with a Perspective of Game Theory},
  author={Shuai Wang},
  journal={DEStech Transactions on Social Science, Education and Human Science},
  year={2018}
}
  • Shuai Wang
  • Published 2018
  • Psychology
  • DEStech Transactions on Social Science, Education and Human Science
With the aim of uncovering the motivation and reasons behind the use of specific interpreting strategies by the interpreter, this thesis starts from the game theory and its applications in translation studies. It bases itself on the argument that “interpreting is a goal-directed behavior”, “interpreting is a decision making process”and proceeds to conclude that “interpreting is a game—a game between the interpreter on one side and the speaker, target listener/ audience on the other. It holds… Expand

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