Médiation interculturelle

David Katan
Université du Salento

Traduction par Gabrielle Sylvestre

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Handbook of Translation Studies  Volume 4 (2013), pp. 84–91. Translation: 2019ISSN 2210-4844

© John Benjamins Publishing Company

La médiation interculturelle est une forme d’intervention traductionnelle qui prend en considération l’impact que peut avoir la distance culturelle lors de l’acte traductif ou interprétatif. Son but est d’améliorer l’accessibilité d’un texte en usant de compétences telles que la « réécriture » (voir Approche culturelle), la « recréation » ou la « transcréation ». Elle a deux fonctions principales. La première est d’assurer une communication efficace entre les cultures, en remédiant aux possibles malentendus (perte ou altération de sens) par l’intervention d’un intermédiaire, dans ce cas-ci le traducteur/interprète ; et la deuxième est de venir en aide aux groupes culturels vulnérables en assurant que leurs voix soient entendues et que leurs différences et leurs droits soient respectés.

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