The Theoretical Study on New Development of Linguistic Approach Translation

Jinyu DONG


Since the emergence of linguistics approach translation, there has been studies and discussions and it has been developing and making progress. This thesis studies the development of linguistics approach translation from philosophical origin, the development of concept system and the use of those concepts such as mediation and contextualization.


Linguistics approach; Translation; New development

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