Kääntämisen psykologia [Translation psychology]

Riitta Jääskeläinen

Käännös Enni Vormisto

Sisällysluettelo

James S. Holmes (1988) kirjoitti vuonna 1972 kääntämisen ilmiöihin keskittyvän tieteenalan nimeä ja luonnetta tarkastelevan tutkielman, jossa hän hahmotteli deskriptiivisen käännöstieteen [Descriptive Translation Studies] prosessikeskeisen suuntauksen, jota hän kutsui nimellä kääntämisen psykologia (the psychology of translation). Holmesin (1988: 72) mukaan kääntämisen psykologian tavoitteena on tutkia kääntämisen prosessia tai toimintaa, ja tutkimuksiin lasketaan mukaan myös systemaattiset laboratoriotutkimukset.

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