Tõlkimine ja üleilmastumine [Globalization and translation]

Michael Cronin
Dublin City University

tõlkija Maarja MeriojaTerje Loogus

Sisukord

Üleilmastumist peetakse üldiselt hilisemat kaasaega iseloomustavaks tunnuseks (Friedman 2005). Anthony Giddens väidab oma palju tsiteeritud üleilmastumise määratluses, et see on „ülemaailmsete sotsiaalsete suhete hoogustumine, mis ühendab kauged paigad omavahel nii, et kohalikke sündmusi kujundavad mitmete miilide kaugusel toimuvad sündmused ja vastupidi“ (1990: 64). See „hoogustumine“ saab muidugi toimuda ainult siis, kui on olemas mingi viis „kaugete paikade ühendamiseks“.

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