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2016 | 8 | 1 | 24 – 34
Article title

V ČOM SPOČÍVA NADČASOVOSŤ NITRIANSKEJ ŠKOLY: PROJEKCIA MIKOVEJ VÝRAZOVEJ SÚSTAVY DO SÚČASNEJ TRANSLATOLÓGIE

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Title variants
EN
The agelessness of the Nitra School: projecting Miko’s expressive system into contemporary translation studies
Languages of publication
SK
Abstracts
EN
The aim of this study is to point out the potential and versatility of Miko’s methodology. When analysed in terms of translation studies, Miko’s reception aesthetics, which highlights the procedural, dynamic qualities of the text and its “being” rooted only in reception, seems to foreshadow the sociological shift in text studies that, in turn, led to a paradigm shift in translation studies. The main part of the study covers possible uses of Miko’s expressive system, which include not only guidelines for the analysis and interpretation of source text and target text, and new ideas for source text and target text reader response studies, but also new research ideas for studying style configurations in interpreting. The study presents four basic types of textual intentionality (informative, expressive, appealing and declarative) which serve as a comparative background for a typology of communicative situations. This typology is construed by specifying the distribution of the basic binary oppositions of Miko’s expressive system, along with their necessary derived subcategories. The four types of textual intentionality can be a great introductory tool in translation training, and they have huge potential in teaching translation. By using textual intentionality types in drawing contrasts between cultures, interpreters will be more able to anticipate the expectations of their target audiences.
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Volume
8
Issue
1
Pages
24 – 34
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Contributors
  • Katedra translatológie, Filozofická fakulta Univerzita Konštantína Filozofa v Nitre, Štefánikova 67, Nitra, Slovak Republic
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