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Title: Traduzione scritta e traduzione orale: un approccio pragmatico
Authors: Straniero Sergio, Francesco
Keywords: pragmatics and translationpragmatics and interpretation
Issue Date: Jun-1997
Publisher: Università degli Studi di Trieste - Scuola Superiore di Lingue Moderne per Interpreti e Traduttori
Series/Report no.: Slavica Tergestina
Abstract: The paper investigates the differences between written translation and simultaneous interpretation (SI) from a pragmatic perspective. In particular, some concepts, developped by Goffman are applied to SI analysis. The starting point is the “orality” of SI, considered in terms of the physical means of transmission. SI is characterized by the folowing situational macro-traits: the phonic-acoustic means, the shared context of utterance and the simultaneous presence of the interlocutors. The paper discusses also the following points: discreteness vs. linearity, the activation of psycholinguistic mechanisms, planned vs. unplanned discourse, the impossibility of deleting (the phenomen of self-correction, redundancy and problems of performance), evanescence of the oral message, the importance of prosody, frequent recourse to non linguistic and paralinguistic means, extensive use of deixis, the importance of the phatic function and the shared knowledge of the participants.
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