Translating Text and Context: Translation Studies and Systemic Functional Linguistics. Vol. 1 Translation Theory.

Manfredi, Marina (2008) Translating Text and Context: Translation Studies and Systemic Functional Linguistics. Vol. 1 Translation Theory. Bologna: Centro di Studi Linguistico-Culturali (CeSLiC), p. 103. DOI 10.6092/unibo/amsacta/2393. In: Quaderni del CeSLiC. Functional Grammar Studies For Non-Native Speakers of English ISSN 1973-2228.
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This two-volume work has been conceived as a resource for graduate students of a course in Translation Studies, focused both on the main theoretical issues of the discipline and on the practical task of translating, in particular from English into Italian. Within a wide range of different contemporary approaches and methods, the purpose of Translating Text and Context is to offer a particular perspective on the theory and practice of translation, that of the framework of Systemic Functional Linguistics (SFL), which, we believe, can prove valuable for the study of a phenomenon that we consider “[...] a complex linguistic, socio-cultural and ideological practice” (Hatim & Munday 2004: 330). Volume 2 is expected to appear in early 2009.

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Manfredi, Marina
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translation studies systemic functional linguistics functional grammar context registers
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1973-2228
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18 Jul 2008
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