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By Isabel García-Izquierdo

This quantity gathers contributions representing the most developments in translation and examining stories through authors within the Iberian peninsula, with a spotlight at the Iberian languages (Basque, Catalan, Portuguese/Galician and Spanish). The essays conceal varied methodologies and gadgets of research, together with conventional textual and old ways in addition to modern equipment, reminiscent of cultural, sociological, cognitive and gender-oriented views. This possible eclectic strategy pivots round seven focal issues that target to mirror the main common study issues within the Iberian peninsula: (i) theoretical and methodological methods; (ii) translation and studying education; (iii) historic views; (iv) terminology; (v) quickly evolving fields within the translation and examining undefined, resembling localization and public provider studying; (vi) translation of literature; and (vii) translation experiences journals.

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Göpferich (eds) (2010). Methodology, Technology and Innovation in Translation Process Research, Copenhagen: Samfundslitteratur. Muñoz Martín, R. (2010). ‘On paradigms and cognitive translatology’. In G. Shreve and E.  169–87. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. —— (2011). ‘Nomen mihi Legio est. A cognitive approach to natural translation’. In Mª. J. Blasco and A. Jiménez (eds), Interpreting Naturally.  35–66. Bern: Peter Lang. —— (forthcoming). ‘Cognitive and psycholinguistic approaches’. In C. Millán-Varela and F.

Waddington, C. (2001). ‘Dif ferent methods of evaluating student translations: The question of validity’, Meta, 46(2), 311–25. Ovidi Carbonell i Cortés Translation and social construction: Conceptual blending and topicality in translator positioning 1 Conceptual blending The starting point of this essay is perhaps an unusual perspective in the study of language and of sciences in general: the hypothesis that the meaning of any text is not an objective reality, but a convention that depends on the more or less objective circumstances of use, and that therefore it is in a state of constant change.

No explicit modality] Como si fuera poco, la policía ha tenido enfrentamientos violentos con el pueblo en Los Ángeles. ] In this example, the addresser puts forward a ‘not only… but’-type argumentation. Como si fuera poco [and if that were not enough; to make matters worse] introduces a topos or topical form that explains the addressee that the issue in question is somehow excessive. ). The notion of topos is central to this theory of argumentation. Following Ducrot (1994), language is composed of a succession of arguments.

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