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Title: 口译过程的两阶段解读——以一般语言理解和产出为参照
Other Titles: General v. interpretation-specific language comprehension and production : a two-stage account of the interpreting process
Authors: Dong, Y
Wang, B 
Keywords: Interpreting process
Source language comprehension
Deverbalization
Parallel processing
Target language production
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: 中国翻译编辑部编
Source: 中国翻译 (Chinese translators journal), 2013, no. 1, p. 19-24, 126 How to cite?
Journal: 中国翻译 (Chinese translators journal) 
Abstract: 本文结合口译研究人文学派和自然科学派的研究,提出口译过程的两阶段解读。该解读主要包括两个假设。一个是源语理解假设:源语理解以脱离语言外壳为主要途径,与一般语言理解的区别在于,源语理解伴随有译语的并行加工;并行加工通过递增加工而得以与脱离语言外壳加工融合。另一假设是译语产出假设:译语产出以意义驱动为主,与一般语言产出的区别在于,译语产出还可能被构式驱动。结论是:相对于口译过程的"三段论"假说,"两段论"的解读更为合理,因为"语言转换"贯穿在源语理解和译语产出过程中,"脱离语言外壳"是源语理解的主要途径,都不应视为独立的阶段。
This paper offers a two-stage account of the interpreting process on the basis of two hypotheses. The first one sees SL comprehension as being accompanied by a parallel processing of TL that merges with SL deverbalization through the function of incremental processing. The second hypothesis posits that unlike general language production, which is meaning-driven, TL production is driven by both construction and meaning. Treating neither “language switching” nor deverbalization as an independent stage of interpretation, this two-stage account explains more neatly the interpreting process than the traditional three-stage theory.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/6646
ISSN: 1000-873X
Rights: © 2013 中国学术期刊电子杂志出版社。本内容的使用仅限于教育、科研之目的。
© 2013 China Academic Journal Electronic Publishing House. It is to be used strictly for educational and research purposes.
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