The Corpus-based Approach : a New Paradigm in Translation Studies

@inproceedings{Meta1998TheCA,
  title={The Corpus-based Approach : a New Paradigm in Translation Studies},
  author={Meta},
  year={1998}
}
  • Meta
  • Published 1998
Only a few years ago, Baker (1993: 243) predicted that the availability of large corpora of both original and translated texts, together with the development of a corpus-driven methodology, would enable translation scholars to uncover "the nature of translated text as a mediated communicative event." Since then, a growing number of scholars in translation studies have begun to seriously consider the corpus-based approach as a viable and fruitful perspective within which translation and… CONTINUE READING
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