Eurocentrisme [Eurocentrism]

Luc van Doorslaer
CETRA, University of Leuven/Stellenbosch University

Traduction par Asma Madi

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Handbook of Translation Studies  Volume 3 (2010), pp. 47–51. Translation: 2016ISSN 2210-4844

© 2016 John Benjamins Publishing Company

En général, « eurocentrisme » signifie voir le monde selon une perspective européenne. Comme cette pratique est souvent reliée à la colonisation européenne d’autres parties du monde, le terme date de l’époque de la décolonisation. D’autres termes similaires expriment une perspective géo-culturelle (bien que relatifs à des époques et à des circonstances différentes) comme l’américano-centrisme, le sino-centrisme ou l’afro-centrisme. L’usage du terme « eurocentrisme » n’est pas exclusif à la traductologie (Translation Studies). On retrouve en effet des débats du même type mais à des degrés divers dans d’autres domaines scientifiques comme en sciences sociales (Voir à ce propos le travail fondateur en études des médias de Shohat et Stam, 1994).

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