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By H. Griesbach, D Schulz

ISBN-10: 3468431139

ISBN-13: 9783468431135

Delightfully illustrated one thousand idiomatic expressions in German, with German factors. References to the right box and point of language support insure good fortune in utilizing the recent expression.

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This new social reality has become the primary object of sociology. Anthony Giddens defines sociology as “a social science, having as its main focus the study of the social institutions brought into being by the industrial transformations of the past two or three centuries” coupled with transformations of the social sphere (2001: 9). The transformed word and concept ‘culture’ is therefore an important object of sociological studies. As is the case with the term ‘society’ (see Chapter 1), the application of the term ‘culture’ varies in terms of scale.

In TIS this culture–translation relationship figures prominently in translation quality assessment and translation criticism (House 1981; 2001). Juliane House attempts to construct a model from the point of view of the translator/interpreter professional culture. This is a universalistic model in that it purports to go beyond different national translator/interpreter cultures that are likely to be different at least in some respects. House’s model puts linguistic-textual aspects of translation before social aspects of translation.

It would be interesting to investigate this aspect of social life both in the translator/interpreter practice and in the translation scholarly community. Translating subcultures Another intracultural role that translation plays in society is meditating between cultures and their subcultures. It is hard to draw a clear line between culture and subculture. Traditionally, subcultures were viewed as constituents of national cultures. Subcultures were usually seen as not conforming to the 34 The backdrop dominant culture’s rules, and so were viewed rather negatively.

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