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Critical Discourse Analysis and Translation
Thread poster: Mahdi Ghazanfar

Mahdi Ghazanfar
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English to Farsi (Persian)
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May 17, 2007

Dear Colleagues,

I am going to perform my MA thesis on the relation between CDA and translation. By this I mean I want to use critical discourse analysis to show how CDA can be used to indicate the ideological deviation in the translation of any text. My presupositoin is that transltion imposes ideological shifts in the Source text and author's ideological viewpoint.
I would highly appreciate your kind help in advance if you introduce me some online sources and/or any article or book in this regard. Moreover your high esteemed viewpoint would also help me a lot.


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zexia wang
English to Chinese
language using=language choosing Jan 11, 2008

Hi, possibly Halliday's "Meaning Potential" will inspire your ideas.

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