Textual, moral and psychological voices of translation
The concept of voice has engendered a growing amount of research in translation studies in the last decades, especially regarding literary translation. Voice is typically used in studies that investigate stylistic or structural characteristics of translated texts, intertextuality ...
The use of the passive construction and its synonymous speech forms in advertising discourse (based on the German language)
The article is devoted to the use of Passive Voice constructions in the modern advertising. The author analyses the use of various types of Passive and explores other forms of speech when it becomes possible to convey the Voice relations. The research has been conducted on the basis of the German ...
The semantic category of affectedness and its syntactic realisation
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21. Klaiman M. H. Control and grammar // Linguistics. 1991. Vol. 29, no. 4.P. 623—652.
22. Knott J. The causative-passive correlation // ...
The moving boundaries of news translation
... Perspectives: Studies in Translatology, 22(4), pp. 547—565. 10.1080/0907676X.2014.948888.
Perrin, D., 2013. The Linguistics of Newswriting. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
Perrin, D., Ehrensberger-Dow, M. and Zampa, M., 2017. Translation in the Newsroom: Losing Voices in Multilingual Newsflows. Journal of Applied Journalism and Media Studies, 6(3), pp. 463—483. 10.1386/ajms.6.3.463_1.
Pym, A., 2004. The Moving Text: Localization, Translation and Distribution. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
Pym, A. and Matsushita,...
Musical analogies and poetics of H. Broch’s novel «The Death of Virgil»
The article establishes the boundaries of the musical analogy in the comments of H. Broch to the novel «Death of Virgil». In the novel, musicality is associated with the motives of ‘voice’ and ‘hearing’. Noting the propensity to onomatopoeia in the work of J. Joyce, H. Broch aims to depict the music of human speech. By doing so, he follows the prevailing tendencies in the music art of the beginning of the 20th century, reviving ...
Development of musical hearing during education at different musical departments
... keyboard players (85.71 %), the lowest are among the woodwind players (46.67 %); among vocalists, a higher percentage of tonal perception of sounds (absolute music ear) was observed when listening to a musical instrument that is familiar to you — voice, but not instruments, the percentage of vocalists with good interval perception of sounds (relative music ear) is also high.
1. Hyde K. L., Lerch J., Norton A. et al. The Effects of Musical Training on Structural Brain Development: a longitudinal ...
The voice of history and the politics: On the issue of effective historical consciousness in modern history in the light of N. Karamzin’s historiography
The article reveals the relevance of N. Karamzin’s historical and providential method in the context of philosophical hermeneutics of H.-G. Gadamer. Highlighting a deep connection of the ideological basis of Karamzin’s historiography with the up-to-now-incomplete search for the “Russian idea” the paper shows the suitability of appealing to Karamzin’s historiographical methodology against the backdrop of still controversial dynamics of Russian history, with its typical duality, dual beliefs, and vagueness...
Fatih Karimi’s early poems (late 1920s — early 1930s)
In line with the need for a comprehensive system analysis of the poetic works of the influential Tatar poet and literary figure Fatih Karimi, this arti-cles considers the early but the most literary advanced poems created as his poetic voice was emerging. The study shows that the process of the poet’s creative evolution followed a trajectory from the ‘social ideological order’ towards expressing the ‘living’ human feeling and lyrical sacredness.
1. Мазитов З. М....
The theme of the female in the novels of Charles Brockden Brown
... Brown takes part in the formation of the new national ideology.
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Discursive features of Russian gender-oriented advertisements
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9. Harré R. Persuasion and Manipulation // Discourse and Communication: New Approaches to the Analyses of Mass Media Discourse ...
Problems of preparedness of students’ parents for inclusive education
... of inclusive education // Procedia Social and Behavioral Sciences. 2010. Vol. 2. P. 4468—4474. URL: http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content (дата об¬ращения: 14.08.2015).
6. Resch A.-J., Mireles G., Benz M.-R. et al. Giving Parnts a Voice: A Qualitative Study of the Challenges Experienced by Parents of Children With Disabilities // Re¬habilitation Psychology. 2010. Vol. 55, Iss. 2. P. 139—150.
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inclusive educational space, inclusive preparedness of teachers,...
Translation: the puzzle of colour
... English into Russian translation difficulties which arise at the cognitive level.
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”What is the voice of truth?” The anagram in XVIII century French culture
The paper explores the history of the anagram phenomenon in the French culture of the XVIII century. The author considers tendencies in the development of literature inherited from the Baroque period, including the practice of creating pseudonyms by anagramming and using anagrams in satirical poetry. The reduction of anagrams to the level of the language game and the secondary nature of theorizing are the characteristic features of this century, when a break with the esoteric traditions of the past...
Social and cultural determinants in the perception of environmental risks: Douglas grid group analysis
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9. Ilyashevich A. V. Risk Communication in the Sphere of Environmental Risk: Power Structures and Citizens // Regional Risks and Risks to the Regions : Conference Proceedings. Vilnius, 2018. P. 68—71.
10. Mamadouh V. Grid-Group Cultural ...
Revisiting Schleiermacher’s On the Different Methods of Translating: On the Foundations of Translation Relativity Theory
.... This may lead to the idea of replacing a theory of translation with its empiric version. However, a different approach is also possible. The outlines of the theory of translational and traductological relativity can be derived from the ideas first voiced by Schleiermacher in his lecture On the different methods of translation (1813), from Quineʼs theory of indeterminacy of translation, and from Benjaminʼs concept of untranslatability. From a multi-disciplinary perspective, this heterogeneity ...
The application of the Web 2.0 technology as a tool of developing informal media education
....isworld.org/password.asp?Vpath=AMCIS/2003&PDFpath=03HE20.pdf (дата обращения: 15.04.2013).
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Kant and his time — the essay Toward Perpetual Peace against the background of the French Revolution and ensuing wars
This article considers the events and ideas that served as a background to the creation of the essay Towards Perpetual Peace, as well as the earliest reviews of it. The author pays special attention to the objections voiced by Kant’s student Friedrich Gentz who turned from the advocate of his teacher’s ideas into his opponent. The conclusion offers an attempt to envisage the philosophers’ reactions to the current state of international politics.
1. Bahner W....
Pushkin texts in the description of characters by Dostoevsky and Nabokov
In his novels, Dostoevsky refers to the Pushkin text to describe characters. For Dostoevsky, Pushkin is an ethical and aesthetic touchstone; the writer’s voice is consonant with that of the poet’s persona. In some cases, the Pushkin text is embedded in religious discourse (the parable of the prodigal son). In interpreting the Pushkin text, Dostoevsky’s characters present and disclose themselves. The ...
How translations are willed into existence
... Poetics: Rabindranath Tagore in Two Worlds”. Translation, History and Culture. London and New York: Pinter.
Solum, K., 2017. “Translators, editors, publishers, and critics: Multiple translatorship in the public sphere”. Textual and Contextual Voices of Translation. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins. pp. 39—60.
Sperber, D. and Wilson, D., 1995. Relevance: Communication and Cognition. Oxford, UK and Cambridge, Mass.: Blackwell.
Sperber, D. and Wilson, D., 2004. “Relevance Theory”....
Translation and Discourse Analysis
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Rosa, A. A., 2013. The power of voice in translated fiction. Or, following a linguistic track in translation studies. In: C. Way, S. Vandepitte, R. Meylaerts and M. Bartłomiejczyk, eds. Tracks and Treks in Translation Studies, Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins. pp. 223—245....
Corpus-based studies in conference interpreting
... N. and Inagaki, Y., 2004. Simultaneous Interpreting Corpus. Proceedings of Oriental COCOSDA. Available at:
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Vuorikoski, A.R., 2004. A Voice of Its Citizens or a Modern Tower of Babel? The Quality of Interpreting as a Function of Political Rhetoric in the European Parliament. Tampere: Tampere University Press. Available at:
http://tampub. uta. fi/handle/10024/67348
(аccessed 23 September ...
Indirect translation: Main trends in practice and research
... Kharakteristiki [On Russian Poetry: Analyzes, Interpretations, Characteristics]. Moscow: Azbuka, pp. 363—372.
Genette, G., 1997. Paratexts: thresholds of interpretation. Transl. by J. Lewin. Cambridge UP.
Grigaravičiūte, I. and Gottlieb, H., 1999. Danish Voices, Lithuanian Voice-over. The Mechanics of Non-Synchronous Translation. Perspectives. Studies in translatology, 7 (1), pp. 41—80.
Heilbron, J., 1999. Towards a sociology of translation. Book translations as a cultural world-system. European ...
Hybrid texts as a form of interaction between avant-garde artistic and political discourses
... tormento, d'indovinazione, di liberazione, di favole, di giochi, di baleni. In 3 vols. Vol. 1. Verona: Mondadori.
Derrida, J., 1990. Le Problème de la genèse dans la philosophie de Husserl. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France.
Derrida, J., 2010. Voice and Phenomenon. Introduction to the Problem of the Sign in Husserl's Phenomenology. Northwestern University Press.
Dijk, T. A. van., 1997. What is political discourse analysis? In: J. Blommaert, C. Bulcaen, eds. Political linguistics. Amsterdam: ...
Immaturity and the objective of a true reform in ways of thinking. Part II
... forcible “happy-making” of people in accordance with the idea of happiness promoted by those in power at the moment, whereas the others are reduced to the position of children or the immature, or even the mentally challenged. Such protests were voiced by some of Kant’s contemporaries, who were closer to his ideals of the 1780s than he himself in the mid-1890s.
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Immaturity and the objective of a true reform in ways of thinking. Part I.
... the forcible “happy-making” of people in accordance with the idea of happiness promoted by those in power at the moment, whereas the others are reduced to the position of children or the immature, oreven the mentally challenged. Such protests were voiced by some of Kant’s contemporaries, who were closer to his ideals of the 1780s than he himself in the mid-1890s.
1. Библия. Книги Священного писания Ветхого и Нового Завета канонические....